Introducing The Inaugural Beltline Boil! A Celebration Of Community, Urban Accessibility And Low Country Cookin' Saturday, April 5 – Sunday, April 6, 2014 Fourth Ward Skate Park on the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail 830 Willoughby Way NE Inman Park | Historic Fourth Ward The Blue Moon Beltline Boil is Atlanta’s newest in-town festival. Located at the Fourth Ward Skate Park along the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail, the weekend event focuses on local neighborhood business and community. * Local Restaurant Low Country Boil Competition for Charity (Saturday only) * Live Local & National Music Performances * Cold Drinks – Hot Food * Absolut’s (soon to be) World’s Greatest Bloody Mary Bar (Sunday only) * $5,000 Local Charity Donation Giveaway! Saturday Admission: $20.00 11am – 9pm. Includes tastings and voting during the Low Country Boil competition + free admission on Sunday! Music from: Swamp Funk Quartet Saint Francis Mudcat The Quaildogs The Mad Violinist & Symphony Crack Orchestra Sunday-only Admission: $10.00 12pm – 8pm. Includes one ABSOLUT (soon to be World’s Greatest) Bloody Mary, cold Blue Moon or soft drink. Music From: Blues Brunch with Francine Reed Sans Abri Gurufish The Royal Southern Brotherhood All ages welcome. Guest under 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Ticket required for all guests over 15 years old.
Sounds Like: The Whiskey Gentry, The Avett Brothers, Band of Horses, Deer Tick
Bio: Focused on playing hard and writing unique but familiar songs, the members of Atlanta-based The Quaildogs put their all into making sure that anyone who hears their music – live or recorded – is left with a good feeling. With their folk-rock tunes and laid-back-yet-lively sound, The Quaildogs are...See Full Bio
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“In the vein of Deer Tick and Dawes, The Quaildogs play infectious folk-rock songs with a slight country edge. The lead singer has a unique voice that sounds similar to Neil Young, and not only did the electric mandolin player rock hard, he had a killer mustache that compares to such greats as Frank Zappa, Tom Selleck or Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation. Filling out the rest The Quaildogs were the impassioned lead guitarist, an all-smiles bassist with a MARTA trucker hat, a lanky fiddle player that loved to jump, and the drummer. They enthusiastically jammed through their new EP, “The Fall”, as well as returned to a handful of oldies. I was also pleasantly surprised when they played a lightning fast hoedown rendition of Come Together, which sent everyone into a frenzy. The crowd was always pleased, swaying around drunk, leaning on each other for support, and singing along to the great tunes. I truly enjoyed the Quaildogs, and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a rocki”