Three-day benefit concert Nov. 15-17 will support Johnnie Mac Soldier’s Fund and the Quest Community Development Organization.
Atlanta's newest venue, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is planning a massive three-day benefit concert Nov. 15-17 to help raise money for veterans groups and fight homelessness in the fast growing city. The three-day ATLive concert series will open Friday with an all-star country concert headlined by Keith Urban and Blake Shelton and close Sunday with Eric Church and Luke Combs. Artists for a Saturday concert, which will not include country music, will be announced soon.
ATLive is being produced by Arthur Blank's AMB Sports and Entertainment, parent company for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United F.C. of Major League Soccer with support from the Authur Blank Foundation, which has donated more than $400 million to charity. Blank is the co-founder of Home Depot and bought the Falcons in 2001, the same year he retired from Home Depot as co-chairman.