All Together Now Presents: ALLGOOD with Special Guest The BItteroots
How does this concert work?
- Click on the map above to select and purchase a reserved space.
- Each parking lot space (or dot on the map) can accommodate a maximum of 4 guests. ***1 space = 1 to 4 concert-goers
- PLEASE: maintain 6 feet from other concert-goers in the adjacent Boxes!
- Masks are required outside of your space/box
- You are welcome to bring chairs and a small table to set up in your box.
- All ages show; guests under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Rain or shine.
- No outside food or beverages allowed. From the Earth will have servers going to each Box to keep you fed and hydrated!
- Please arrive early: seating is from 7 - 7:50 pm. All guests arriving after 7:50 will be required to park first, then check in at the entrance gate. Guests arriving after 8:15 pm will check in at the front bar to receive their box and tickets.
Allgood Music Company emerged from Athens, GA in the early 1990s, taking its high-energy guitar-driven blues-rock across the nation to the tune of roughly 200 shows a year. After securing a deal with A&M Records, Allgood was part of the 1993 H.O.R.D.E. tour along with Blues Traveler, Widespread Panic, and Col. Bruce Hampton and the ARU. Over its eight-year initial run, Allgood took the stage at places ranging from Red Rocks to the Ranch Bowl [for real - a bowling alley] often appearing with other new bands like Dave Matthews Band, Gov't Mule, and Phish. At other times, Allgood opened for rock giants like The Band, Neil Young, and the Allman Brothers Band. Allgood broke up in 1995, yet somewhat mysteriously none of its members stayed in the music business. Like an endangered species, since the early 2010s, Allgood has played a few select shows, roughly every two years. When Allgood plays, veteran fans remember why their 90s run was so magical, and a new generation gets to be part of the action. Some report fatigue, headache, and muscle soreness the following day.
For 2021, Allgood brings its own brand of classic Georgia boogie-woogie back for a run across the southeast. With original members Corky Jones (vocals, guitar), Mike Sain (bass, vocals) and Clay Fuller (lead guitar), each Allgood appearance features songs from its 1990s era albums Ride The Bee and Uncommon Goal. This spring, Allgood will also unleash material from a project currently in the works.
Link: Allgood performing Trilogy at Friendship House Music Festival, August 24, 2019
Since its founding in 2008, The Bitteroots’ groove-oriented rock ‘n’ roll has drawn comparisons to the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Melissa Etheridge and Janis Joplin, and has earned the band frequent appearances onstage at some of the Southeast’s most prestigious venues and music festivals.
The Bitteroots' latest full-length album is currently in production and slated for release in the first half of 2021. The band's fifth album of original music, "Derailer," was released in March 2019.
Driven by Laura Dees’ powerful, soulful lead vocals, the band also includes founding members Bill Taylor (bass, backing vocals) and Mike Davis (drums). Derron Nuhfer joined the group in 2014, adding saxophone to what has become the band’s unique sonic signature. Hard-driving guitarist PJ Poellnitz joined the band in 2018.
The Bitteroots have shared the stage with: Butch Trucks (The Allman Brothers Band), Kool & The Gang, Mavis Staples, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Everclear, Drivin’ n’ Cryin’, Freddy Jones Band, Allgood Music Company, Col. Bruce Hampton, Arrested Development, Jupiter Coyote, 7 Walkers (Bill Kreutzmann of The Grateful Dead), Elephant Revival, The Milk Carton Kids, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Anders Osborne, Coy Bowles (Zac Brown Band), The Ries Brothers, Dead Confederate, Michelle Malone, Cigar Store Indians, Adron, The Shadowboxers, Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics, Delta Moon, Eliot Bronson, Sydney Rhame, Tedo Stone, honeyhoney, Mother’s Finest and many other great bands and artists.
Link: The Bitteroots performing Let's Go
For Your Safety, We Will Adhere to the Following Georgia COVID-19 Guidelines Required by the Governor's Mandates for Performance Venues
- Patrons and performers cannot enter if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19, have exhibited Symptoms of COVID-19, or had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the past fourteen (14) days. Pursuant to Georgia law, EACH TICKET HOLDER VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISKS, HAZARDS AND DANGERS arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting a communicable disease or illness (including exposure to COVID-19, a bacteria, virus, or other pathogen capable of causing a communicable disease or illness), whether occurring before, during, or after the event, however caused or contracted, and, by purchasing a ticket, waives all claims and potential claims against All Together Now and From the Earth Brewing Company relating to such risks. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you agree to these terms
- All workers will wear a face-covering while at the facility and contacting patrons
- Other Personal Protective Equipment to Workers as needed
- Any patrons that begin exhibiting or experiencing Symptoms of COVID-19 at any time while at the Live Performance Venue will be instructed to leave the Live Performance Venue as soon as practicable.
- We will provide an isolation area or areas for individuals experiencing Symptoms of COVID-19 and providing training to workers on how to identify Symptoms of COVID-19 in any individuals present, the proper processes for assisting a potentially ill patron with exiting the facility, and the appropriate infection mitigation procedures to perform in such an event.
- We will use contactless parking systems, ticket-taking, ticket purchase, will-call, check-in, check-out, security checks, and/or sales.
- To the extent practicable, we will eliminate the need for patrons to touch surfaces
- To the extent practicable, we will utilize physical barriers such as partitions or Plexiglas at ticket counters, concession stands, and points of sale.
- We will implement additional points of sale for concession stands to reduce the number of patrons waiting in lines.
- We will limit the number of individuals permitted in on-site boxes to enforce adherence to proper Social Distancing protocol.
- To the extent practicable, we will require physical space between parties of patrons to enforce proper Social Distancing protocol.
- We will provide ushers to enforce social distancing protocol before, during, and after the event, and to facilitate patrons’ entrance and exit in accordance with any grouped entrance and exit times and portals.
- We will provide Hand Sanitizer for use by all individuals present, using contactless hand sanitizing stations when available
- We will configure queues so that patrons must adhere to Social Distancing while waiting
- We will sanitize PIN devices and other high contact surfaces in the venue prior to each event
- We will implement extended times to allow for controlled crowds during patron ingress and egress from seating areas and restrooms
- We will require all dining facilities to follow the criteria for restaurant dine-in services set forth in Section IV of this Executive Order titled “Restaurants & Dining Services”
- We will require Workers to clean and sanitize bathrooms and all frequently touched surfaces regularly throughout times while patrons or performers are present at the facility in addition to the regular cleaning schedule.