Billy Joel and Chris Stapleton are playing ATLive 2022: Get tickets for $25

Billy Joel and Chris Stapleton are playing ATLive 2022: Get tickets for $25
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The stars will be out in Atlanta on Friday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 12.

That’s because this year’s ATLive series is bringing in some of the biggest names in pop, rock and country for a two-night extravaganza at Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a little something for everyone.

Best of all, last-minute tickets are available for both nights, and they’re cheaper than you might expect.

On Friday, Nov. 11, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Billy Joel, nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow and ageless hitmaker Lionel Richie will share the stage for a night of familiar classics full of opportunities to sing along with the songs that defined the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.

At the time of publication, tickets start at $25 before fees on Vivid Seats.

Floor seats can be found for as low as $118 before fees.

For those looking for a bit more of a country flavor, you may want to swing by on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Three-time CMT Artist of the Year Chris Stapleton, two-time CMA Album of the Year winner Miranda Lambert, hitmaker and “Sling Blade” star Dwight Yoakam and industry up-and-comer Katie Pruitt headline night two.

The lowest price we could find on tickets was $35 before fees.

If you’re hoping to get up close to the country stars, we found floor seat tickets for $105 before fees.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

Billy Joel 2023 concerts

The Piano Man has another full year of live shows on his calendar.

Not only will Joel, 73, resume his record-shattering, ongoing residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, but he’s also slated to tour with Stevie Nicks for a limited run of fall shows.

Joel’s complete tour calendar can be found here, including all dates, venues, show start times, and links to buy tickets.

Chris Stapleton 2023 concerts

The “King of Country” will shake up his typical touring schedule in 2023.

Rather than headline alone, he’ll serve as the supporting act for fellow country king, George Strait.

Strait is embarking on a mini-tour that runs from May through August.

Click here to see a complete calendar of where the two will be all summer long.

Other major 2023 concert tours coming to Atlanta

While no one show will have quite the star power that these multi-headliner ATLive concerts will, there are quite a few that will give them a run for their money.

Here are just five of our favorite, must-see shows coming to Atlanta next year.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (Feb. 3)

• Carrie Underwood (Feb. 7)

• Billy Strings (March 10)

• Taylor Swift (April 28-29)

• Blink 182 (July 13)