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Shaky Knees Planning Info

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Shaky Knees Planning Info

Welcome to our Shaky Knees information page. Here you will find guides, articles, general information, tips and more on Shaky Knees. We know Shaky Knees is a big trip so our goal is to arm you with all the information you need before headed off on your trip. If you ever have specific questions not answered in our guides, or have an idea for a useful article, feel free to let me know by email at Contact@EventTrk.com. For now you can see all our articles on Shaky Knees below.


Shaky Knees Lineup - Current & Past Shaky Knees Lineups

Shaky Knees Lineup - Current & Past Shaky Knees Lineups

Article Summary

Whether you are being nostalgic for Shaky Knees festivals of past years, or curious what type of music the festival provides yearly, it’s always nice to see the official lineup posters from years past.  Here you can find the official Shaky Knees lineup for all of the recent years.

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Shaky Knees Tickets - Everything You Need to Know

Shaky Knees Tickets - Everything You Need to Know

Article Summary

  • Shaky Knees early bird passes are $159 and standard general admission passes are $185
  • Passes go on sale in mid-January
  • Shaky Knees offers a payment plan which breaks the costs into three payments
  • Shaky Knees is not a high sell out risk, you have time to decide if you want to attend the festival

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Shaky Knees Essentials: Everything You Should Bring

Shaky Knees Essentials: Everything You Should Bring

Article Summary

  • A list of things you don’t necessarily need to bring to Shaky Knees to have a good time, but things that will make you enjoy your time more
  • Because it’s hot I highly recommend a Camelbak, as well as sunglasses, sunscreen and chapstick
  • Your phone will die, bring a portable charger or battery case to Shaky Knees so you can call your friends at the end of the night or order an Uber
  • Comfortable shoes are a must for Shaky Knees
  • Always bring some cash with you to Shaky Knees

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What you can and cannot bring to Shaky Knees

What you can and cannot bring to Shaky Knees

Article Summary

  • We list all the things you can and cannot bring to Shaky Knees according to the festival themselves
  • Most of the items you can’t bring are obvious, but it’s still good to skim the list to make sure you are all good when you try to get into Shaky Knees

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Shaky Knees VIP: Is it worth it? What are the perks?

Shaky Knees VIP: Is it worth it? What are the perks?

Article Summary

  • Shaky Knees general admission passes are $185 while the VIP experience at Shaky Knees will run you $525
  • The main perks of Shaky Knees are private VIP area, private viewing area of the Peachtree Stage, free beer, appetizers twice a day, and private bathrooms
  • Shaky Knees VIP passes are a rare instance where I do recommend going VIP – treat yoself!

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How much you can expect Shaky Knees to cost you

How much you can expect Shaky Knees to cost you

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  • We break down the total costs of attending Shaky Knees including wristbands, hotel, food, booze, getting to Shaky Knees daily, and more
  • Final estimate are $700 if you choose a cheap hotel and about $900 if you do a more expensive hotel
  • Hotel prices vary a lot in Atlanta, but you should be able to find something near Shaky Knees for a reasonable price. 

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Shaky Knees Hotel Guide: Where You Should Stay in Atlanta

Shaky Knees Hotel Guide: Where You Should Stay in Atlanta

Article Summary

  • Shaky Knees takes place at Central Park just northeast of Downtown Atlanta
  • The best two areas to stay for Shaky Knees are Downtown and Midtown. Downtown is closer to Shaky Knees, while Midtown will have more to do outside of Shaky Knees. Either is a great place to stay for Shaky Knees.
  • Buckhead is also a great place to stay for Shaky Knees, but it will have a bit of a commute into Shaky Knees.
  • If you can’t stay in any of these areas then definitely stay near a MARTA stop.

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Every Date You Need to Know for Shaky Knees Festival

Every Date You Need to Know for Shaky Knees Festival

Article Summary

  • Article goes over all the key dates you need to know for Shaky Knees
  • The lineup for Shaky Knees is typically announced in early January with passes going on sale shortly after that
  • Single day passes for Shaky Knees go on sale in mid-February
  • The set times are released in April, about a month prior to Shaky Knees
  • Wristbands for Shaky Knees begin shipping 2-4 weeks prior to the festival

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Getting to Shaky Knees: Public Transportation, Biking, Uber

Getting to Shaky Knees: Public Transportation, Biking, Uber

Article Summary

  • The recommended way to get to Shaky Knees is to use public transportation. If you are staying downtown you can take the Gold/Red line or a bus to Shaky Knees
  • Biking and walking are also great options to get to Shaky Knees
  • You can drive if you want, but I suggest one of the other methods: you don’t have to pay for parking and you won’t have to deal with all the traffic

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Shaky Knees First Timer Tips: ProTips for Shaky Knees

Shaky Knees First Timer Tips: ProTips for Shaky Knees

Article Summary

  • I highly recommend booking your accommodations in Downtown or Midtown for easy access to Shaky Knees
  • Prepare for bad weather just in case at Shaky Knees
  • Bring a camelbak and a portable phone charger or battery case
  • Be sure to check out some of the grub they bring into Shaky Knees, they bring in some awesome food

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Shaky Knees 101: FAQ, Where Is It, When Is it, How much

Shaky Knees 101: FAQ, Where Is It, When Is it, How much

Article Summary

  • Shaky Knees is a music festival that occurs in Central Park Park in Atlanta, GA every May
  • The lineup and ticket sale generally occur in early January, but there is a presale in December that let's you snag tickets on the cheap before the lineup comes out
  • The festival typically features mostly indie and alternative rock music
  • Staying in the Atlanta area makes getting to the festival easiest, but you can stay outside the city and take the train in or drive yourself
  • Atlanta is hot and humid so dress appropriately and be prepared to sweat

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