Maggie Rogers performed for an enormous crowd on Tuesday in Atlanta, Georgia at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre for her ‘Don’t Forget Me’ world tour. She performed songs off of her new album, entitled the same name, as well as some fan favorites, such as “Shatter”, “Light On”, and “Alaska”. The Japanese House was her opener.

Rogers’ energy on stage was immeasurable. Her outstanding vocals, including multiple times where she opted to sing higher and stronger than the original song couldn’t be missed. Weaving together folksy, almost country, tunes and strong beats, Rogers crafted a show that captivated the audience all the way through.

The unique part about this tour is not just that Maggie has surprised her fans with varying setlists between cities, but that she has also deliberately chosen to cover a new song each tour stop. These songs aren’t necessarily well-known by all of her fans, but Rogers’ explained at the tour that she wanted to challenge herself to perform something new each night. She said that she was nervous before singing songs on stage that she had never performed before, but that that was the magic in it. For the Atlanta performance, Maggie sang a cover of “I can’t make you love me” by Bonnie Raitt. The crowd was quiet, but intensely listening.

Rogers is finishing up some local tour stops in Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina before heading to Germany in August. You can find out more about her tour at

Leah Banko

Leah Banko

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