General trivia hosted by Jacob and Wes.
Westside and Eastside locations of Locos Grill and Pub feature trivia night every Tuesday.
Hosted by James Majure.
(2301 College Station Road) Every Tuesday.
Hear haunting tales from students on this annual ghost tour of North Campus. The last tour leaves at 10 p.m.
Take a guided tour of the exhibit galleries of the Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library and the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. Meet in the rotunda on the second floor.
Mingle with fellow book lovers then watch a livestream to witness the winner of The Great American Read.
KIRBY AIMICK Local guitarist and banjoist creating instrumental melodies derived from American and Celtic traditions.
WILLIAM ELLIOTT WHITMORE Rootsy, rugged Americana singer-songwriter from Iowa.
THE JESSE WILLIAMS BAND Psychedelic rock/blues from Dahlonega.
SONGS FROM THE ROAD BAND North Carolina progressive bluegrass band featuring members of Steep Canyon Rangers and Bill Evans' Soulgrass.
SONTALK Solo project featuring distorted synth lines, fractured beats and warped slide guitar.
YOUNG VALLEY Mississippi-based twang-rock six-piece.
COIN Nashville-based synth-heavy indie-pop group.
ARLIE Indie-pop band from Nashville.
WANDERWILDIntricate, intimate local indie-rock project led by songwriter Matt Martin.
HALF SEAS OVER Southern rock four-piece from Statesboro.
FOUR EYES Guitarist and songwriter Erin Lovett plays poppy, intelligent folk music.
SOFT TEETH New local band featuring Lauren Gregg, Dan Rood, Patrick Brick and Steve Hendriksen.
KISSING BOOTH Local folk-pop project featuring members of Four Eyes and Futo.
Hear Ira Sukrungruang read. Sukrungruang is the author of memoirs Southside Buddhist and Talk Thai: The Adventures of Buddhist Boy.
(Prince Ave.) Bethan Woollvin celebrates Hansel & Gretel.
Dr. Lisa M. Renzi-Hammond from the UGA College of Public Health shares the latest research on sleep and sleep issues.
Taylor-Grady Talks lecture series presents "The Birth of a New South: Sherman, Grady, and the Making of Atlanta" with speaker Dr. E. Culpepper Clark, a former dean of UGA's Grady College.
The choir presents a program of traditional Czech and Slovak music.
Snacks, activities and a screening of the movie adapted from this favorite creepy book series. Ages 10 & up.