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Sister Hazel takes to stage near Lake Lanier
Peachtree Pointe Amphitheater to host Gainesville, Fla.-bred band
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The second concert of the 2013 summer series at Peachtree Pointe Amphitheater is Gainesville, Fla.,-bred band, Sister Hazel. The band takes the stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

Eric Dodd, rising singer-songwriter, will set the lakeside stage for the five-man band kicking off a night of live music, delicious concessions and great drink specials from SweetWater. With the newly renovated amphitheater and beautiful Lake Lanier as the stage backdrop, this setting provides a concert arena holding 1,800.

Sister Hazel’s creative train just keeps rolling. Last year’s well-received “Release” reached the band’s highest ever spot (No. 37) on the Billboard Album Charts, topping even their platinum disc “Somewhere More Familiar.” They are keeping the momentum going with “Heartland Highway,” marking the band’s quickest album-to-album turnaround in their 15-plus-year career.

Peachtree Pointe is 25 miles south of Gainesville on 1,500 acres making up Lake Lanier Islands in Buford.

The Georgia Satellites will perform Saturday, July 13. Visit for other shows and our upcoming Jazz series starting in September.

The doors of Peachtree Pointe Amphitheater will open at 7 p.m. and bands will take the stage at 8 p.m. For tickets, visit, or contact Kate Davis at