REASPEC This band plays a unique blend of music with influences from jazz, R&B, fusion, rock, hip-hop, neo soul and alternative rock.
LAZY LOCOMOTIVE New local group featuring members of Fuzzbucket, Juice Box and High Strung String Band.
THE RAYS FEATURING CARLA LEFEVER This band, led by longtime Athenian LeFever, is back with a new lineup and a new, more rocking sound.
QUIABO DE CHAPEAU Brazilian funk ensemble out of Atlanta, bringing dancing and Carnaval to the stage.
ROOT SPIRITS Local two-piece blues-rock outfit draws from American roots music and psychedelia to create an absorbing experience, featuring Eddie Speaker.
GRAPE SODA This local duo (sometimes trio) plays spastic, psychedelic synthpop driven by organ and drums.
CASOLETTE Jangly, fuzzy, twee indie-pop band from Florida
FOUR EYES Ukulele strummer Erin Lovett plays sweet poppy folk.
LIKE TOTALLY! Local "kindie rock" band plays family-friendly songs featuring costumed characters and interactive skits.
SHEHEHE Scorching the new American jet rock stratosphere.
SOME KIND OF NIGHTMARE Punk band from San Diego.
THE JOY KILLS Stooges-influenced rock band from Atlanta.
KILL KILL BUFFALO Grungy, hard-rock duo based in Athens featuring Kara Kildare's powerful, seductive vocals.
AMERIGO GAZAWAY Nashville-based MC, turntablist and producer known for his mash-up skills.
NORMALTOWN FLYERS This long-running local band celebrates "anniversary 33 1/3" with three sets featuring guys who have made it happen through the years. Players include Brian Burke, Tom Ryan, Deane Quinter, Davis Causey, Andy Carlson, Greg Veale, Mike Cronic, Cal Hale, John Keane, David Blackmon and Carl Vipperman.
TODD WHITE AND CHRIS MOORE Local musicians perform a set of bluesy rock and roll.
AJ GRIFFIN Griffin, a member of Slaw and Order, Vespolina and Casper and the Cookies, plays a solo set.
HEATHER HEYN Atmospheric folk tunes from this local songwriter.
PETE ERCHICK Longtime local and Olivia Tremor Control member plays a set.
TRE POWELL Bluesy acoustic tunes with soulful vocals. (8 a.m.)
THE BURNING ANGELS Local country-rock band led by songwriter Mark Cunningham. (10 a.m.)
THE SHORTBUS ALLSTARS Long-running local rock band.
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic John "Dr. Fred" Bowers and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more.
JORDAN RAGER Country singer-songwriter from Loganville.
For all ages. Children receive a free treat from the cafe.
Join Avid for books and games.
Children welcome. Refreshments provided.
Explore constellations and celestial bodies in the planetarium. Call to register.
(Madison) Bury some treasures to excavate later this summer. Bring something to bury.
See the Garden come alive at night this winter. Each hike will focus on a different topic such as the moon, constellations or nocturnal creatures. Call to make reservation.
Local and sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods and crafts. This week features a chef demo and kids activity involving seed packets. Live music by Tre Powell and the Burning Angels.
(Watkinsville) Locally grown produce, meats, grains, flowers, soaps, birdhouses, gourds and more.
Activists march to raise awareness of the dangers of genetically modified organisms. March begins at the UGA Arch and ends with a rally at New Earth Music Hall. Marsha Thadison, a non-GMO speaker from the Tipping Point Network, will speak and Hart Sawyer & the Love Project will perform songs.
Standard format tournament. Promotional cards for all players.
Gather a team and compete for prizes.
For "ATHICARDS: A Deck of Athens Art," a special deck of cards in which each card was designed by a different local artist. Each card's original artwork will be exhibited and for sale, and full decks can be purchased for $20.
William G. Borchert signs copies of his book When Two Loves Collide: The Inspiring Story of Dr. John and Dot Mooney.
DJS KEN SWEAT AND ELI TOVER Free your mind and your ass will follow! Spinning funk and soul from the '60s, '70s and '80s.
Two-part workshop covering the basics of multi-color design and printing registration. May 25, 2–3:30 p.m. & June 1, 2–5 p.m. $75. www.doubledutchpress.com
Now accepting new teen volunteers for a training session in teaching visitors about animals and nature. Ages 13–18. Call to register by May 25. Training is May 31, 1–5 p.m. FREE! 706-613-3615, ext. 231