Athens Intensified Announces Final Lineup

Photo by Patrick Houdek

Athens Intensified, the new local festival spearheaded by former PopFest dude (and longtime Flagpole columnist) Gordon Lamb, has announced the final lineup for the inaugural event, which takes place Oct. 11-13 at the Caledonia Lounge.

In addition to headliners Silver Apples and The Queers (pictured, above), the weekend-long fest features a wealth of local talent, including Muuy Biien, Quiet Evenings, Brothers, Entertainment, Karbomb and more. Peep the full schedule below:

All events are ALL AGES.

Thursday, October 11


(8 p.m. $6/$8 at door. No advance tickets)

-A Benefit For Nuci’s Space-

Josh Evans (Muuy Biien)

Hardy Morris (Dead Confederate, Diamond Rugs)

Jeremy Wheatley and Thayer Sarrano

Kill Kill Buffalo

Raleigh Hatfield

Eli Truett

Jordan Armstrong

Sienna Chandler

Winston Barbe

Jared Collins

Zach Vollrath

Strange Love

Friday, October 12 (7 p.m. $12 Advance. PURCHASE HERE:

Silver Apples

Amphibian Lark (Simeon from Silver Apples’ new project)


Quiet Evenings

I Come To Shanghai


Saturday, October 13 (7 p.m. $12 Advance. PURCHASE HERE:

The Queers


Burns Like Fire

Grim Pickins & The Bastard Congregation

Muuy Biien

She Wolf


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