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Our monthly Perry Julien photo essay of Atlanta concerts returns with shows by Twenty One Pilots and MisterWives at the State Farm Arena on October 12, The Chainsmokers at State Farm Arena on October 22 and Sleater-Kinney at The Tabernacle on October 23.

Julien took his first concert photos as a teenager at a Led Zeppelin concert in New York City. For the past decade, he has chronicled Atlanta concert stages for various publications with artists that range from B.B. King, The Rolling Stones and Leonard Cohen to Eminem, Katie Perry and Gucci Mane.

His concert photography is a regular monthly feature on ArtsATL.

When he’s not at concerts or shooting fashion photography, Julien is a podiatrist at the Atlanta Foot & Ankle Center.


In our Perry Julien photo essay, the band The Misterwives perform in concert.

MisterWives, the New York indie pop group, perform at State Farm Arena.


In our Perry Julien photo essay, Twenty One Pilots performs at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

Twenty One Pilots at State Farm Arena


The group exploded on the scene with the Grammy Award-winning album “Blurryface.”


The Chainsmokers’ hit singles include “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down.”


In our Perry Julien photo essay, Lennon Stella sings with The Chainsmokers at an Atlanta concert.

Lennon Stella, who released the single “Takeaway” with The Chainsmokers, joined them onstage at State Farm Arena.


Sleater Kinney perform at the Tabernacle in Atlanta.

Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney lifts up with her Gibson SG guitar on the stage of The Tabernacle.


In our Perry Julien photo essay, Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney plays her guitar on stage in Atlanta.

Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein helped develop, and star in, the lauded television series “Portlandia.”


Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein (left) and Corin Tucker. The group’s new album is “The Center Won’t Hold.”




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