Red Light Café is Atlanta's premiere listening room for Americana, Bluegrass, Country & Western, Folk, Blues, Jazz, Roots Rock, and everything in between — including some of the best Comedy Shows and Burlesque in the Southeast! Located on the east side of Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta's Amsterdam Walk, Red Light Café is a cozy live entertainment and music venue with tables and seating for over 100 folks to enjoy an intimate show with a full bar and kitchen for drinks, appetizers and entrées.

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Fable Cry + The Extraordinary Contraptions + Sarah and the Safe Word

Fable Cry, those purveyors of spooky melodies and scintillating tales, supported by Atlanta steam-prog favorites The Extraordinary Contraptions and Sarah Rose of Go, Robo! Go! fame will be landing for one night at the Red Light. Wear your finest finery and prepare for a spectacle not to be missed!

$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM

With a colorfully spooky melody and a flourishing sweep of the hand, Fable Cry will weave their strand of tales, making their way from the solitude of a quiet forest to the wily seas, from the tippy top of a wind swept mountain pass to the twinkling blackness of outer space! They create a wildly unique show and one that is not to be missed.

Fable Cry Official Site
Fable Cry on Facebook
Fable Cry on YouTube

Mainstays of the geekier corners of Atlanta's music scene for going on a decade, The Extraordinary Contraptions employ danceable prog rock and Victorian aesthetics in genre-bending, aggressive-waltzing stories of steam and strife. They are pleased to return to the Atlanta club scene while working on their 4th studio recording.

The Extraordinary Contraptions on Facebook
The Extraordinary Contraptions on Bandcamp
he Extraordinary Contraptions on YouTube

Sarah & The Safe Word is a loud, awkward, queer rock band featuring the lead singer of Atlanta rock band Go, Robo! Go!, Sarah Rose. Rose has been playing Atlanta music for nine years, with songs sung on everything from gay romance in 1800s to demon possession to tentacle molestation. She is looking forward to another year of uncomfortable noises.

Go, Robo! Go! on Facebook
Go, Robo! Go! on Bandcamp
Go, Robo! Go! on YouTube

Earlier Event: October 26
Atlanta Songwriters Club Meet Up
Later Event: October 28