Alpharetta’s Wire & Wood Festival Headliners Announced

Wire & Wood is an annual, 2-night music festival in Alpharetta with a laid back vibe. It takes place in the fall and quickly grew to be one of our favorites. The musicians never fail to blow us away, and that holds true whether we’re familiar with their music or not. We’d gladly pay admission to this, but we don’t have to. It’s completely free to the public.

While the entire 2024 Wire & Wood lineup is still in the works, the headliners have been announced.

Alpharetta's Wire & Wood Festival Headliners Announced
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“Alpharetta is proud to host the Wire & Wood Songwriters Festival for the 11th year,” said Janet Rodgers, president and CEO of the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Each year brings new and exceptional talent to contribute to Alpharetta’s exciting music scene that continues to attract musical talent year-round. We invite residents and visitors to come and enjoy this year’s festival, which will offer a diverse range of music that will resonate with attendees of all ages.”

Wire & Wood takes place on Friday, October 11th from 6-11pm, and Saturday, October 12th from 11am to 11pm.

This year’s Wire & Wood’s Friday evening headliner is Sixpence None the Richer. You know them! They’re most famous for their songs Kiss Me and Breathe Your Name. Any Dawson’s Creek fans out there? But here’s something you have not have heard. They’re also a Christian band, named after a quote from C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity.

The Saturday headliner is Neal Francis, a singer/songwriter/pianist who’s sound has been described as a kaleidoscopic mix of soul and R&B, with epic piano jams. I wasn’t as familiar with Neal and had to give his Spotify list a listen. I was not even remotely disappointed.

There’s more info to come soon on the rest of the lineup, which includes over 30 acts across 6+ outdoor stages. The event takes place in downtown Alpharetta, and admission is free. They’ll be plenty of food and drink available, which is not free, of course. Much of which is easily accessible in one of the awesome downtown Alpharetta restaurants.

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Alpharetta's Wire & Wood Festival Headliners Announced