To adapt to the coronavirus closing venues, City Winery has announced Open to the Future, a concert series scheduled towards the end of 2020.
The series features shows from a handful of artists and performers—like Keke Wyatt, Eric Roberson, and Loose Ends—starting September 4.
“We’ll be changed, certainly, but more grateful than ever for the opportunity to indulge our senses with friends, family, food, wine, and music,” City Winery’s website reads. “We hope that you can help us realize the vision for the future by buying tickets to these shows now.”
A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go towards City Winery’s Employee Relief Fund.
Other shows coming to City Winery in the series include Sheila E. and the E-Train (rescheduled from April 2 to September 6-7), Arrested Development (October 26-27), Mac McAnally (November 12-13), and Jane Lynch (December 2).
For this limited series, store credit will not be accepted as a form of payment.
“Musicians, venues, and restaurants need your help,” says the venue’s website. “City Winery needs your help. The show will go on, because we are in this together.”
Visit citywinery.com/atlanta to find more shows and buy tickets.