DIMMEN Local trio featuring two twins playing polyrhythmic jams.
WALTE-YOUNG Georgia native and New York resident playing rich, reflective indie rock. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
SELF AND OTHER Angular rock three-piece from New Paltz, NY.
HARLOT PARTY Local folk-rock project led by songwriter Kyky Renee Knight.
BROTHERS OSBORNE Country-music duo consisiting of brothers T.J. and John Osborne.
LANCO Country band from Nashville.
BLIND HANDS No info available.
GENETIC OUTCAST Sexual noise karaoke with voice memos, samples and soundbytes as sweet as the taste of candy.
L'OR Opera-like dream sequences fused with ballet performance art.
LOVEDRAGON No info available.
PADGETT & POULIN Local guitar virtuoso and songwriter Chris Padgett teams with violinist Adam Poulin.
TWO THIRDS No info available.
JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Enjoy an evening of original music, improv and standards.
Watch some anime and manga, listen to J-Pop music, eat Japanese snacks and share fan art. Ages 11–18. Crafts will be made during the second hour.
Children of all ages are invited for bedtime stories every Wednesday.
The Laughfest at AthFest lineup includes Amber North, Andrew Michael, Jack Peeples and more.
Meet local entrepreneurs, tech talent and other fellow Athenians who are making cool stuff at this weekly Four Athens networking happy hour.
The Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Citizens Advisory Committee holds a public forum to receive comments and questions from the public.
Learn the basics of video editing using Adobe Premiere. Registration required.
(Winterville Center for Community and Culture) Learn Middle Eastern dance in a relaxed class for all ages and abilities.
Hosted by Garrett Lennox every Wednesday. Prizes and house cash.
Dirty South Trivia offers house cash prizes.
Gather a team and compete.
(Washington St.) Play to win.
X-wing is a tactical ship-to-ship combat game. No experience required.
OPEN MIC A weekly open-mic jam hosted by Louis Phillip Pelot. Backline provided!
Storytellers share true-life tales. This month's theme is "Rising from the Ashes."
Avid Bookshop and the ACC Library present author Karen Branan in celebration of her book, The Family Tree: A Lynching in Georgia, a Legacy of Secrets, and My Search for the Truth.
UGA professor Tricia Lootens shares from The Political Poetess: Victorian Femininity, Race, and the Legacy of Separate Spheres.
Violinist Frank Huang, concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, performs a program of works by Beethoven and Prokofiev with pianist Gilles Vonsattel.
Ciné, UGA and the Consulate General of France in Atlanta present a special screening of the enivornmental documentary. The screening will be preceded by a reception and followed by a panel discussion on global warming with professors Nik Heynen, Gene M. Pesti, Patricia Yager and Richard Neupert.