Abney Park is a Steampunk band based out of Seattle. During their stage show, they perform a variety of songs off of their nine albums, coupled with a dynamic light show, on stage dancers, and guest musicians.
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been bringing quality audio drama to listeners around the world since 1984.
Blibbering Humdingers, The
The Blibbering Humdingers perform comedic Wizard Rock for Harry Potter fans, as well as filk, folk, Medieval, Nerdmusik, and all manner of musical mayhem for human people.
BOOTIE: The Multiverse's Largest Mashup Party
Bootie was the first club night dedicated solely to the mashup and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties on four continents, mixing every musical genre into one big dance party where everyone feels welcome.
The Brobdingnagian Bards take traditional Irish and Scottish folk songs and mix it up with Lord of the Rings music to create a unique brand of Celtic filk.
One of the most notable Dark-wave bands internationally, The Crüxshadows live by the motto is "live, love, be, believe," which serves as a reminder that the band may write catchy songs but has depth that extends beyond the dance floor.
Mike Sakuta and Nicole Harsch are the Crossed Swords. For over 20 years, their Crossed Swords Stage Combat Shows have been seen at renaissance festivals and science fiction conventions and, of course, previous Dragon Cons.
Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands
Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands provide an eclectic, haunting but yet whimsical, carnivalesque world folk sound. Think Tori Amos with Tom Waits' sense of humor, or maybe a Tim Burton film with the Steampunk quotient maxed.
DJ Marc J Cubs
DJ Marc J Cubs is an Atlanta-based DJ, huge gamer, and lover of all things Sci-Fi.
A self-proclaimed cyberpunk, DJ Wondershock helps mastermind the triangle-based electronic music group Sonic Sphere. When not scouting for new DJs and organizing shows, he's refining his mixing abilities with crowds searching for the newest sounds.
Ego Likeness is a female-fronted atmospheric dark electronic rock band created in 1999 by artist Steven Archer and writer Donna Lynch.
Emerald Rose is one of the top Celtic folk-rock bands in the US, offering a rich "world fusion" sound with influences ranging from traditional folk songs to classic rock, punk, and alternative rock.
Diana Engel is an industrial DJ, unifying the underground scenes of Atlanta.
Eqo is a New Age progressive/alternative group from Atlanta packed with high-energy performance, an eclectic presence, and mesmerizing melodies sung by dual singers.
Frenchy and the Punk
Frenchy and the Punk offer foot-stompin' danceable bohemian cabaret folk, world, French chanson, and '80s punk with a dash of vaudeville charm, Steampunk flair, and pixie spirit.
Geekapella is a group of geeks that sing your favorite songs without instruments, featuring mashups from all fandoms, including Harry Potter, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Game of Thrones, and Batman.
A live Electro Swing band, Good Co mixes music of the swing era with the dance music of today. The six-piece group features trumpet, trombone, bass, piano, sax/clarinet, vocals, and laptop.
Hank West and the Smokin Hots
Hank West and the Smokin' Hots is a large stage ready show from a band sent back in time from the future. They play jazz exotica and New Orleans–style dance music.
Hawthorn and Holly
Hawthorn and Holly are a pop/punk quartet and fixture in the Wizard Rock scene, though they sing about a variety of fandoms. Their memorable harmonies and tight guitar hooks bring nerds together in joyful celebration.
Here Come the Mummies
Here Come The Mummies performs "Terrifying Funk From Beyond the Grave."
Hyperspace is a fun pop punk band from Atlanta who write songs about Star Wars and girls with glasses.
Inertia is an electro industrial band from the UK, getting ready to release it 13th album, Existential.
Lips Down on Dixie
Lips Down On Dixie is an Atlanta-based Rocky Horror Picture Show cast that performs weekly Friday midnight shows at The Plaza Theater.
Award-winning DJ little Jen is happy behind turntables and laptops playing everything from dubstep to '80s music.
Mikey Mason is the mind behind "She Don't Like Firefly," "Best Game Ever," and the theme to the KODT web series, armed with radio-ready, catchy geek songs to delight and amaze.
Metricula is all things guitar, voice, and comedy with lots of original filk songs (parodies and originals). Metricula comes from folk music and specializes in sing-a-longs and audience participation.
Pandora Celtica is a four-part vocal and rhythm band of performing Fae that sing traditional Celtic and seafaring tunes, nerd-tastic filks, and many original pieces inspired by myths, fairytales, and Steampunk.
Danceable, intelligent, visual, and eclectic, Qiet plays a mixture of gypsy music, rock, funk, and jazz.
Pioneers in the use of cello as the sole instrument within a rock band, Rasputina has been inspiring young string players to commit a number of musical sins since 1996. The group's concept was written as a manifesto, and manifested accordingly by directress Melora Creager as a wily subterfuge for a plot to open audiences to adventure. The funny, the sad, the heavy, the tender-- it can all exist together.
Scales and Crosstones
Scales and Crosstones is an ever-evolving pirate band that specializes in melodic sea shanties and Celtic music. Consisting of six members, the band believes that music of the past can be enjoyed by the present generation.
Described as mostly folk-rock, mostly comedy, except all the stuff that isn't, Tom Smith is Weird Al with more books, JoCo with more jokes, and Carlin with more Cthulhu.
Snoot is a "Nerd Rock" band that writes skillful pop songs about science fiction, comic books, video games, and television.
That Darling DJ Duo
That Darling DJ Duo is the high-energy tag-team Emmett Davenport and Lady Attercop. One part frustrated Vaudevillians searching for a stage, and one part 80s era rockers with too much hairspray and not enough adult supervision, they spin an eclectic mix of everything from indie, electronic, neo-vintage, to fan favorites.
The Doubleclicks are two sisters with a cello and guitar who sing about the things geeks love. The duo is known for their YouTube videos and for touring game stores and conventions nationwide.
The Ken Spivey Band
The Ken Spivey Band is an MTV.com-praised Time Lord and Wizard Rock group that combines Steampunk elements with mad Celtic energy into Time-Wimey, theatrical, and comedic revelry.
The Misbehavin' Maidens
The Misbehavin' Maidens are nerdy and dirty lewd lyrical lasses with tight chorals and loose morals.
This Way to the Egress
This Way to the Egress has tried to find a box in which they could fit themselves, but finding a box to fit six members playing accordions, tubas, electric guitars, trombones, pianos, and drums would need to be a rather large box.