BRADLEY KNUDSEN Indie-folk singer-songwriter from Salt Lake City.
CLASSIC CITY JUKEBOX Local all-star rock and roll cover band.
NINEVEH'S GARDEN Local progressive metal band.
VILLAGE STICKS Indie-rock band from Augusta.
ACTUS REUS Atlanta-based metal band.
COLLISION COURSE Solo experimental project of longtime local musician Kenny Aguar.
TEARS FOR THE DYING Local death-rock group fronted by longtime Athenian Adrya Stembridge.
JOE ROWE Local musician singing songs about life and death.
NIHILIST CHEERLEADER Local pop-punk band with a jaggedly melodic sound.
SHADE Dissonant, groove-oriented local post-punk band fronted by guitarist Phelan LaVelle.
THE YOD Party-starting Athens-based alternative hip-hop collective.
CAULFIELD High-energy garage-rap band led by longtime local emcee Son1.
J.W. BROWN & FRIENDS The cousin (and father-in-law) of Jerry Lee Lewis, Brown was among the earliest adopters of rock and roll.
DRIFTWOOD Local Americana collective plays darkly accented folk music.
THE DIRTY GUV'NAHS Roots-rockers from Knoxville, TN.
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more.
LIVE JAZZ Rotating local jazz groups play every Friday and Saturday nights.
HOLLY BELLE AND THE BELLETONES Local singer-songwriter performs with her band.
TWISTED ROAD Atlanta-based rock and country group.
NORTH GEORGIA FOLK FESTIVAL The 34th edition of the festival features music from Rebecca Sunshine Band (11 a.m.), The Moonshine (12 p.m.), Athens Area Shape Note Singers (12:50 p.m.), Joe Willey & the Movin' Men (1:30 p.m.), Sugar Magnolias (2:25 p.m.), Curtis Eller (3:20 p.m.), Kyshona Armstrong (4:15 p.m.), Crooked Mile (5:15 p.m.), Clifton Hicks (6:15 p.m.) and The Darnell Boys (7:15 p.m.). The Fire Circle Showcase will feature The Ukulady (12 p.m.), Cortez Garza (12:50 p.m.), Claire Campbell (1:10 p.m.), Art Rosenbaum (1:50 p.m.), Jim White (2:25 p.m.) and Amanda Kapousouz (3 p.m.). See story on p. 10.
Join us for Lego art and Lego-based games and activities. No need to bring your own Legos. For ages 6–11.
Participants can run a 2k (ages 7 and under) or a 3k (ages 8 and older).
UGA vs. Vanderbilt.
Individual races for youth age divisions and an open race.
DJ QUINCY Local musician John Swint spins a dance party to celebrate The Old Pal's fifth anniversary.
DJ CHIEF ROCKA Local DJ spins Top 40, hip hop, funk, soul and more.
GEORGE THE INFINITE Local DJ spins the best in Top 40, EDM and bass music every Saturday.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away every Saturday to three different channels of music. One of them is a request line!
BOOTY BOYZ DJs Immuzikation, Twin Powers and Z-Dog spin fresh jams and old-school favorites.
The day-long festival features musicians, artists, storytellers, food, kids' activities and craft demonstrations. See story on p. 10.
Shop for fresh and affordable produce and prepared foods. The market also includes kids activities, cooking demonstrations, educational booths and entertainment.
Local and sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods, crafts and live music by Random Acts.
Learn about organizations who provide resources for people and families affected by disabilities. Part of National Disabilities Awareness Month.
(Sangha Yoga Studio) Swami Asokananda and Dr. Arvin Scott lead an inquiry into the nature of peace followed by a drumming circle for peace.
Athens for Everyone invites residents to canvass with them for the midterm elections.
Burlesque Beta is a breakneck revue in which performers can perfect their music, dance or comedy act in front of a live audience.
(Prince Ave.) Meet Suzanne Matson for her book Ultraviolet.
Watch movies that feature stories about people with disabilities.
The Franklin Community Players present a murder mystery comedy. The Saturday performance includes a chicken dinner and dessert. The Sunday matinee includes dessert.
The Circle Ensemble Theatre presents William Shakespeare's comedy.
(AthensPets, 125 Buddy Christian Way) Volunteers are needed to socialize dogs and cats in Athens-Clarke County. Sept. 29. 706-613-3540, firstname.lastname@example.org