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City Winery Atlanta adds concerts, postpones A Taste of City Winery


City Winery Atlanta is still expected to open in time for the June 12 Jordan Smith concert, but one more event has been moved because of continued construction delays.

A Taste of City Winery, originally scheduled for June 11, will now take place June 18.

The restaurant/winery/venue at Ponce City Market has added a handful of new concerts to its lineup as well:

Junior Brown – July 13

Chuck Cannon – Aug. 28

James Hunter Six – Sept. 27

Griffin House – Oct. 13

Tickets for the new shows are on sale now at www.citywinery.com/atlanta.

City Winery Atlanta was originally slated to open in May. That projection was changed to June 3, with Peter Wolf of J. Geils Band fame set as the inaugural act. Last week, i t was determined that the site wouldn’t be completed enough to receive its Certificate of Occupancy by June 3, so the first week of concerts have been relocated to other venues around town. Click here for the full lineup.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers the Atlanta Music Scene and entertainment news for print and online.