Photo Credit: Austin Steele
In its third year, local musician Phelan LaVelle’s righteous Chillith Fair event features women- and LGBTQ-centric music, art, poetry, face painting, tarot, a raffle and more, with proceeds supporting various community organizations. This year’s beneficiaries are Athens PRIDE, Atlanta’s Lost-n-Found Youth and the Athens Yoga Project, and performers include Nihilist Cheerleader, Hannie and the Slobs, Crunchy, Pamela and Her Sons, Shania the Artist, Blue Bodies, O Key and others. The two-day event, the music portion of which takes place at Go Bar, also features a Friday yoga session at the Healing Arts Centre and a Saturday performance at the Jittery Joe’s Roaster by the South East Women Wrestlers.
GratefulDeadHeadPhones Yoga at the Healing Arts Centre followed by Ring Boy poetry, raffles and live music at Go Bar.
The South East Women Wrestlers performance at Jittery Joe's Roaster followed by poetry, a shadow puppet show and live music at Go Bar. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.