WOODSTOCK, GA (Jan. 29, 2024) – In his 2024 State of the City Address, Woodstock Mayor Michael Caldwell announced the lineup for the upcoming season of the Woodstock Summer Concert Series. WSCS’s 2024 Season is a mix of music genres. The hits you’ll hear on the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater stage this year span music eras from the 60s to today. From metal to grunge and from familiar chart-toppers to honky-tonk anthems, the 2024 Season has something for every music fan!

May 11: Night Ranger

On May 11, WSCS’s 2024 Season opens with heavy-hitting rock legends Night Ranger whose anthems “Sister Christian,” “(You Can Still) Rock In America,” and “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” will electrify downtown Woodstock in what will be one of the best stops on their 2024 tour.

June 8: Guardians of the Jukebox

The fun continues June 8 with the Guardians of the Jukebox. The Guardians are a five-star, nostalgia juggernaut transporting fans right back to the 80s with smash hits from artists like Madonna, Tears for Fears, Bon Jovi, Lionel Richie, and more. Black Lion Reggae opens for the Guardians with the powerful rhythms and soulful melodies of reggaes most-loved artists.

July 13: Tonic

On July 13, 90s chart-topper Tonic will share their enduring hits like “If You Could Only See” and “You Wanted More” with fans in downtown Woodstock. Fellow post-grunge icons The Verve Pipe opens the show with fan favorites as well as songs from their latest album.

August 10: Who’s Bad

Saturday, August 10, Who’s Bad’s power-packed performance of Michael Jackson’s catalog will get the crowd up on their feet in the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater. Who’s Bad’s 20th Anniversary Tour will thrill the WSCS audience with a power-packed performance of Michael Jackson’s original grooves and gravity-defying dance moves. This professional ensemble of musicians and dancers predates MJ’s passing and is the longest-running Michael Jackson tribute band in existence.

September 14: Eddie Montgomery

The season closes on September 14 with Eddie Montgomery of country duo Montgomery Gentry. Even though you may catch Eddie taking a quick glance at the empty space beside him, he and The Wild Bunch are going to get rowdy in downtown Woodstock on the last night of WSCS’s 2024 Season. Montgomery and musical partner Troy Gentry rocked to stardom in the early 2000s with hits like “Hell Yeah” and “Hillbilly Shoes.” Following Gentry’s untimely death in a helicopter crash, Eddie Montgomery has kept his promise to go on. Fellow honky-tonkers Across the Wide will open the show with a toe-tapping set list of Americana and traditional country songs.

“The City of Woodstock, Georgia and its award-winning Parks and Recreation Department present some of the best outdoor events in the Atlanta region,” said Mayor Michael Caldwell. “Georgia’s 20th largest city doesn’t miss a party and the concerts of Woodstock Summer Concert Series are at the top the community’s list of favorites year over year.”

Since 1998, Woodstock Summer Concert Series has brought thousands of fans to downtown Woodstock each summer to enjoy a diverse variety of music from iconic original artists and energetic tribute acts. A select group of private-sector sponsors partner with the City of Woodstock helping to deliver an incredible concert experience each year. Last year, WSCS broke attendance records welcoming more than 14,000 fans to just one of the shows. The 2024 lineup is destined to be another record-breaking success.

The concert series website has been redesigned for 2024. Go to to learn more about the 26th season of Woodstock Summer Concert Series.


Located just 30 miles north of Atlanta, Woodstock’s City limits include more than 12 square miles and over 35,000 residents. Woodstock is a Georgia PlanFirst Community and a recipient of Georgia Municipal Association’s Live Work Play City Award.



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