BRENT GAFFORD Nashville-based country singer-songwriter.
INHOUSE DRIVEBY New local Rage Against the Machine tribute act.
OLDE WORLD MONKEYS Local Southern rock four-piece performs an Alice in Chains cover set.
THE DOOKIE BROS Local teenage Green Day tribute band.
THE GOOD LOOKS Young band playing a custom blend of rock, blues, funk, punk and alternative. This is a special Stone Temple Pilots set.
THE VINYL SUNS Athens-based blues-rock five-piece.
GREG MEREDITH Local singer-songwriter who uses a loop pedal for on-the-spot beatmaking.
CHOIR OF BABBLE Melodic and aggressive rock group.
ONE HORSE PARADE Indie-rock four-piece out of Macon.
MANDOLIN ORANGE North Carolina-based folk duo that touches on bluegrass and country.
KATE RHUDY North Carolina-based folk singer-songwriter.
THE SWINGIN' MEDALLIONS Best known for their 1966 hit "Double Shot (of My Baby's Love)," today the Medallions are made up of relatives of the original lineup and bill themselves as "the party band of the South."
SLENDERMAN Displeased with the shaming of his name, Slenderman is making his public debut with a DJ set.
DRAKE WHITE AND THE BIG FIRE Rustic Southern rock band with a gospel howl.
CHILLITH FAIR Featuring music from Jianna Justice, Small Science, Beverley, Calico Vision, Pamela and her Sons, Immaterial Possessions, Shania the Artist and Hannie and the Slobs. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
ANDREW COMBS Nashville singer-songwriter with folk, country and pop influences.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
D-KAPS AND S-WORDS Damian Kapcala and Clint Swords team up for a night of music.
LILY HERNE Local group playing dream-rock with psychedelic and folk influences.
JAYCIE & THE BEARDS Augusta-based Americana trio.
SUMILAN Technically proficient musicians playing progressive jam rock.
REV. CONNER MACK TRIBBLE Tribble is a Georgia rock and roll fixture. Every Friday!
FALSE POSITIVE Local project led by musician David Whitehead.
Join other 6–12 graders to watch, read and talk about anime and manga.
Listen and practice Spanish songs and stories. Participants do not need to speak Spanish.
"Covered with Glory" is an exhibition celebrating the first 25 years of football at UGA. Guided tours offered each Friday before home games. Meet in the rotunda on the second floor.
The Athens Area Humane Society hosts its annual fundraiser. Local charities will compete by presenting homemade chilis and attendees will vote for their favorite.
The annual parade is led by the Redcoat Band and features appearances by Uga, athletes and other Athens dignitaries. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
(UGA Legion Field) Includes games, rides and food. Part of UGA Homecoming Week. See Calendar Pick on p. 14.
Shop among 100 species of native plants.
GratefulDeadHeadPhones Yoga at the Healing Arts Centre followed by Ring Boy poetry, raffles and live music at Go Bar.
(Shiraz) DJ Hannah Adler of Bulldog 93.3 FM leads a Prince-themed evening. Shiraz offers 20 wines from around the world, plus snacks and door prizes. Wear purple to win.
Lynn Boland is director and chief curator of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University and curator of "Louise Blair Daura: A Virginian in Paris." See Art Notes on p. 10.
(Room S151) Photographer Zanele Muholi and curator Amelie Klein of the Vitra Design Museum in Germany offer a conversation in conjunctino with "Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design," an exhibition at the High Museum of Art.
Tommy Wiseau's misguided cult masterpiece.
Watch the 1977 Japanese haunted house film Hausu featuring haunted watermelon, cat vomit and kung fu.
(AKF Athens Martial Arts, 175 A Old Epps Bridge Rd.) Coach Keith Keppner will run a clinic on boxing fundamentals.
(Prince Ave.) The shop will have plenty of journals and dot journaling guides available for sale during the workshop. RSVP by email.
This six-week introductory class includes a trial uniform and white belt. Register by Oct. 13. Trial code "fallflash." $20. www.akfathens.com