The Wire & Wood Alpharetta Music Festival returns to Downtown Alpharetta for 2022!
The festival takes place on Friday, Oct. 7th and Saturday, Oct. 8th.
Admission is FREE.
The 2022 Wire & Wood Festival will showcase more than 30 performances by singer-songwriters on six outdoor stages located throughout the Downtown Alpharetta area. The festival recruits singer/songwriters each year to perform their original music.
The Wire & Wood Music Festival has been part of Alpharetta’s cultural scene since 2013.
Performances run from 5 to 11 p.m. on both days of the festival.
You can also enjoy food from local restaurants and food trucks that will be on-site.
There will be a Kick-off Party on Thursday, October 6. This free event takes place at The Plaza, at Avalon, from 6 to 9 p.m. It features a concert from Cat Ridgeway & the Tourists and Mark Miller.
Once again this year, Wire & Wood is partnering with Music Match – a program that brings local musicians to restaurants, to create a vibrant music scene year-round in Alpharetta.
FREE festival parking is available throughout the downtown area, including the City Hall Parking Deck located at 2 Park Plaza, the parking deck at 92 Milton Avenue and the parking lot at 45 Roswell Street.
For fans enjoying ride-share services, the drop-off/pick-up location is at 27 Old Roswell Street.
The two-day event takes place on multiple outdoor stages throughout Downtown Alpharetta.
Outdoor stages include:
- Main on Milton
- Town Green Stage
- Canton Street Stage
- Brooke Street Park Stage
- Market Street Stage
- Formal Garden Stage
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2022 performance schedule
As the date draws closer, you’ll be able to view a detailed schedule of performances online, and we’ll update here as well.
This is the line-up that was released in a press release in September.
- Ansley Stewart Band
- Bradley Cole Smith
- David Ryan Harris
- Fooshee’s Forecast
- Great Peacock
- Jace Everett
- Jordan Grassi
- Kurt Wheeler Band
- Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer
- Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics
- Run Katie Run
- Samm Henshaw
- The Secret Sisters
- Tray Dahl & the Jugtime Ragband
- All the Locals
- Anslee Davidson
- Catfish and the Bottom
- Cody Matlock Band
- Edgewood Heavy
- Eric Hutchinson
- Jonathan Peyton
- Jordan Igoe
- Leah Belle Faser
- Mermaid Motor Lounge
- Reptile Room
- Six One Five Collective (Nashville Writers Round)
- The Ain’t Sisters
- The Cherokee Ragtime Pals
- Trappers Cabin
- Will Hoge