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Atlanta's Little Five Points Music Tour

With a free-wheeling spirit, Atlanta's Little Five Points district is a melting point of subcultures with music venues, retail shops, record stores, restaurants, street singers, murals and more. Whether you need coffee, a tattoo, shoes, vintage clothes, a rare album, organic produce, books, beer or hand-pressed juice, you'll find it at L5P, plus some of the best people watching this side of the Mason-Dixon line.

Tour At a Glance

Criminal Records

In 2013, Billboard magazine named LP5's Criminal Records one of the 13 best record stores in the nation, calling it "a local institution for music nerdery since 1991." With loads of vinyl, CDs, movies, comics, toys, magazines, books, socks, hats, coffee and more, Criminal is a...

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Wax n' Facts

Established in 1976, Wax n' Facts carries thousands of new releases, reissues, and used vinyl and CDs, plus T-shirts, record care products, turntable needles and cartridges, DVDs, posters and more. Catch an in-store performance or just hang out for while sifting through the amazing...

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Variety Playhouse

Housed in a World War II-era movie theater, Variety Playhouse hosts concerts by a variety of musical acts, including rock, country, folk, bluegrass, jazz, blues and world music. Although there are 750 seats, the venue has an intimate feel and great acoustics, leading musicians from...

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The Star Community Bar

From happy hour to late night, the Star Bar serves as the L5P community gathering spot with a hodgepodge of events, concerts, comedy and plenty of cold PBR. Visitors to the rock 'n' roll club with attitude should step into the Gracevault -- there are no bags of money, but...

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7 Stages Theatre

With a mainstage, black box and cozy cafe, the award-winning 7 Stages serves as a haven for artists and audiences to address social, political and spiritual issues present in their daily lives. There are numerous production highlights from 7 Stages' 30-year history, including...

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Junkman's Daughter

The "Alternative Superstore" is full of the bizarre and beautiful and has been a destination for musicians since 1982. Steven Tyler, The Clash, Usher, Cee Lo Green, Lenny Kravitz, Bono and more have shopped the 10,000-square-foot emporium of rock 'n' roll T-shirts, leather...

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