Drivin’ n Cryin’ headline Tunes from the Tombs at Oakland Cemetery.

Candler Park Music Festival + Food Festival
Gov’t Mule, Larkin Poe, Lettuce and Houndsmouth are just some of the bands performing at the festival on June 1-2.  candlerparkmusicfestival.com

Delta Concert Series at Chastain
Another big summer of concerts kicks off June 2 with Maze featuring Frankie Beverly at the newly rechristened State Bank Amphitheater at Chastain Park. Other upcoming shows include Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters (June 8), Brandi Carlile (June 24), Indigo Girls, (July 19), Pentatonix (July 31) and the return of Ms. Lauryn Hill (Aug. 3). You can see the entire lineup and get tickets at chastainseries.com.

Atlanta Fringe Festival
Theatre groups and artists from around the country will converge June 6-10 at various venues for performances. Info and tickets: atlantafringe.org.

Virginia-Highland Summerfest
Live music – including headliners Alex Guthrie, Kung Fu and Gurufish – along with art, food and more takes over Virginia-Highland June 9-10. Info: vahi.org/summerfest.

Tunes from the Tombs
Drivin’ N Cryin’ headlines the June 9, day-long music festival at historic Oakland Cemetery. Tickets: oaklandcemetery.com.

Atlanta Streets Alive
3.6 miles of Marietta Street and Howell Mill Road on the Westside will be closed to vehicles and open to walkers, cyclists and skaters on June 10 from 4 to 8 p.m. Info: atlantastreetsalive.com.

Summer in the City
Downtown Decatur will be transformed into a beach with tons of sand, live music, food and more on June 15 from 5 to 11 p.m. Info: facebook.com/DecBeachParty.

Callanwolde Jazz on the Lawn
The summer-long concert series kicks off this month with a pair concerts by Gwen Hughes (June 15) and Diane Durrett (June 29). Tickets and lineup: callanwolde.org.

Juneteenth
Set for June 15-17, this event is focused on black with music, a parade, workshops and more at Mozley Park. Info: juneteenthatl.com.

Head to the “beach” in downtown Decatur during Summer in the City.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.