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$NOT: Get Busy Or Die 2024 at Buckhead Theatre (up to 53% off)


Saturday, 7/27


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

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What you will experience

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

💰 Starting at $25 per person 
🗓️ Saturday, 7/27
🚪 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
Tickets purchased for a specific section will receive the best available seats for that section. Your party will be automatically seated together if reserved, and your seat assignments will be issued after the purchase is completed.

• General Admission Standing (up to 53% off retail pricing of $53)
• Balcony (up to 45% off retail pricing of $64)

*Retail pricing includes ticket price and all fees

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About The Event

$NOT treats his music as a vessel through which he can express his darkest thoughts. He's created a template for records fueled by raw aggression and spur-of-the-moment creative sparks, transforming genuine angst into something much louder and more immediate. He's worked with some of the biggest artists in rap, having invited them into his world instead of conforming to theirs, and coming out on top. Now, $NOT is ready to make the most stadium-shaking music of his career by returning to the loud, abrasiveness of his earlier work.

"When I'm in the studio, if I'm in the mood to make some sad shit, fuck it," $NOT says. "I just say what's on my mind that day."

The New York-born but Florida-raised rapper rose from the ashes of the Soundcloud era as an amalgamation of everything that's come before him, an artist who's comfortable wearing numerous stylistic hats and with the enduring spirit of a prize fighting boxer. He began making music in 2016 as a teenager in South Florida, uploading to Soundcloud syrupy Memphis-influenced raps as if he were a young Project Pat. And much like early Three 6 Mafia, $NOT's music also features a brooding angst that's always in competition with his urge to just say 'fuck it' and make the hardest song possible.

$NOT has amassed more than two billion total streams across platforms, earning himself a cult following of fans drawn to his mix of Soundcloud informality and trap perfectionism. $NOT's upcoming album was made with the crowd in mind and an urge to produce something that will get kids to actually move at stadium shows. The result is a head-banging masterpiece that's both darkly energetic and effortlessly fun at the same time.

"Nowadays it's all cool to make slow music and vibe out but like, once you get on that stage and on top of fans, they don't want to hear those songs," $NOT says. "Kids will just stare at you if you play slow shit. Kids these days want to hear 808s, they want to get lit, they want to feel it."

On his latest single, "Cruel World," $NOT battles his conflicting emotions around a girl he feels snubbed by, ultimately deciding over an eerie piano-riff that he's better off alone anyways. It's vintage $NOT in the way that it feels like he's exorcizing his demons in front of us in real time, unable to understand if he feels truly jilted or if he's too prideful to admit he feels anything at all. "It's a cruel world when you love that bitch, but you know that shit won't last," $NOT says. It's similar in tone to "Billy Boy," a 2018 song that was featured on the first episode of HBO's Euphoria, introducing $NOT's dark charisma to a wider audience for the first time.

$NOT was born in Brooklyn before moving to Southern Florida as a kid. He spent three years in Philadelphia during middle school before settling permanently back in Lake Worth Beach, which is about 64 miles north of Miami. He came of age during the early years of Soundcloud infamy, where a genuine creative renaissance was taking place with artists like $uicideboy$, Juice Wrld, Lil Uzi Vert and Playboi Carti changing the game with a barrage of DIY music that sounded like nothing else before it. Florida was ground zero for the Soundcloud era, with artists like XXXTentacion, Ski Mask the Slump God and Lil Pump paving the way for $NOT's early rise to fame.

There's a grandiose quality to $NOT's last record, Ethereal, which was led by the A$AP Rocky-assisted "Doja." The two recently performed the track together at Rolling Loud is what was arguably the festival's highlight. The song -- brash, loud and industrious -- manages to capture that early A$AP Mob feeling so much so that, according to $NOT, Rocky even performs it when $NOT isn't there. Ethereal was $NOT's most experimental album to date, with the artist spending time trying out new flows and burrowing into more pop-leaning records, like "ALONE" featuring Trippie Redd, or the subtle guitar-centered "BLUE MOON" with Teddi Jones. It showed $NOT was comfortable pushing the boundaries of his sound into new directions, continuing to explore his own insecurities over a more diverse set of instrumentals.
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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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