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jxdn - WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS TOUR at Buckhead Theatre (up to 39% off)


Wednesday, 7/17


Buckhead Theatre, 3110 Roswell Road Northeast, Atlan...

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music & nightlife



What you will experience

Bucket Listers is excited to partner with Live Nation to offer you exclusive ticket pricing:

💰 Starting at $28 per person 
🗓️ Wednesday, 7/17
🚪 Doors Open at 7:00 PM
⏰ Show Starts at 8:00 PM
📍 Buckhead Theatre: 3110 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305
All sales final; no refunds, cancellations, or reschedules

Seating Section

• General Admission Standing (up to 39% off retail pricing of $46)
• Balcony (up to 39% off retail pricing of $49.25)

*Retail pricing includes ticket price and all fees


About The Event

Singer, songwriter, TikTok personality and now a touring musical artist, jxdn is taking his talents on the road for the Tell Me About Tomorrow tour, his first as a studio recording artist. Scheduled for nearly 50 stops across a dozen states and Europe, the tour comes off the success of jxdn's first studio album Tell Me About Tomorrow. His hit single "ANGELS & DEMONS'' has garnered national praise, acquiring nearly 150 million streams on Spotify and another 40 million views on YouTube. With a style that mashes the angst of Juice WRLD and XXXTentacion with the pop-punk attitude of Machine Gun Kelly, fans and audience members who have seen jxdn perform praise his high energy and passion that he brings to the stage. Despite being relatively new to the music scene, jxdn was the first artist signed to Travis Barker's DTA Records and has since garnered nearly 10 million fans on TikTok. 
jxdn in Concert

Born Jaden Isaiah Hossler in Dallas, Texas, jxdn's family relocated at an early age to Chattanooga, Tennessee. While he was raised in a predominantly Christian household, Hossler struggled with mental health issues which drew him to grungy hip-hop made by artists like Juice WRLD and XXXTentacion. After he saw the late-Juice WRLD in concert, Hossler decided to dedicate his career towards making music. Around that same time in 2019, he joined TikTok and amassed a huge and passionate following. Less than a year later he released his first single, "Comatose," which officially put the artist on the map. The single garnered critical praise and even caught the attention of Blink-182's Travis Barker who signed Hossler to DTA Records, a subsidiary of Elektra. Four more singles and a debut EP titled Better Off Dead, jxdn solidified his spot in the pop-punk scene in 2020. Hossler then made waves when he covered Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" which also made an appearance on his full-length debut release, Tell Me About Tomorrow. 
Live Nation Entertainment

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What to consider

What are the parking options at Buckhead Theatre?

Paid parking lots and parking decks are located within a short walking distance of the theatre. Rates generally range from $10-$20. The Buckhead Theatre does not currently own or operate any parking lots.

Is there accessible seating?

On the show day, please make our door or security staff aware of your needs and we will assist you in any way we can. At general admission shows we have a designated area for patrons with special needs and one companion. A specific ticket is not required to access this area. For reserved seated shows, guests with ADA needs can purchase tickets online or at the box office. The designated seats will show online with the ADA symbol.

What are the general rules of Buckhead Theatre?

Buckhead Theatre does not charge artists to open for our headliners. If you receive a request in this manner, please alert Buckhead Theatre by emailing [email protected]. Once inside the building there is no exit and re-entry. Cell phone cameras are generally permitted. Photography is not permitted at the majority of shows at the Buckhead Theatre, though some bands permit cell phone cameras, provided that they are used without a flash. Photography equipment (with detachable or zoom lenses) is not permitted without an appropriate media or photo pass. This is a smoke and vape free facility. There is a smoking section accessible outside on the right of the building. Prohibited Items: The following items are prohibited for all shows: weapons, gang colors, alcohol, drugs, lawn chairs, laser pointers, skates, wallet chains, spiked jewelry/belts, banners, backpacks, flyers, beach balls, Frisbees, fireworks, sparklers, outside food or beverages, video equipment.

Are children allowed?

Most shows are all ages (but must be 21 to purchase alcohol-patrons will receive wristbands). Please refer to the specific events "Event Details" link for age restrictions. All patrons of any age require a ticket for admission to the Buckhead Theatre.

Where is the experience

Buckhead Theatre, 3110 Roswell Road Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30305, USA


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