June 2

Your guide to summer 2017 at Infinite Energy Center


By: Vanessa Vallon

Published: June 1, 2017

This summer, Atlanta's Infinite Energy Center will live up to its name with another season of unstoppable entertainment. Boasting an arena, forum and theater, the gorgeous 90-acre Duluth, Georgia campus will serve as host to an eclectic line-up of shows and events. Whether absorbing the sounds of pop hits, classic rock anthems, unruly comedy or international music, attendees will leave buzzing with excitement. 

The bar will be set high from the get-go when Hall & Oates and Tears for Fears rewind to the '80s, George Lopez and Cedric the Entertainer elicit laughs (and gasps) and Enrique Iglesias and Pitball spice things up in the month of June. July's diverse line-up boasts everything from Sergio Lizarraga's impeccable Banda MS to James Taylor, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, Kendrick Lamar and more. Ace entertainers J. Cole, Lionel Richie and Ed Sheeran will keep audiences grooving into August. The Infinite Energy Forum will host the 31st annual JapanFest while the theater has lined up some of the top local cultural and theatrical events. Check out the Infinite Energy Center's summer programming below and get your tickets right here on AXS. 

Infinite Energy Arena

June 11: Daryl Hall & John Oates and Tears for Fears
June 16: George Lopez & Cedric the Entertainer
June 25: Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull
July 7: Banda MS de Sergio Lizarraga
July 11: James Taylor & His All-Star Band (with Bonnie Raitt) 
July 13: Paul McCartney
July 14: New Kids on the Block
July 16: Roger Waters
July 17: Kendrick Lamar
July 29: Shawn Mendes
Aug. 11: J. Cole
Aug. 13: Lionel Richie (with Mariah Carey) 
Aug. 25-26: Ed Sheeran
Sept. 9: I Love The 90s

Infinite Energy Forum

Sept. 16: JapanFest! Atlanta

Infinite Energy Theater 

June 16: An Evening of Praise Celebrating Unity in Diversity
June 17: Hoàng Thi Thơ - 1 Đời Cho Âm Nhạc
June 23: Gringolombia: Gran Estreno en USA
July 29-30: Agape Players presents "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
Sept. 9: Northeast Atlanta Ballet: Frozen Heart
Sept. 23: Home By Dark