(Grand Hall) Volunteers dance for 24 hours to celebrate the lives of young patients. The event features catered meals every four hours, a talent show, a hypnotist, music and more. Proceeds benefit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
The show features the best in American antiques and accessories, including furniture, pottery, art, silver, textiles and more. Lectures on Saturday and Sunday will be offered at 9 a.m.
Local and sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods and crafts.
Browse work by local artists, enjoy food trucks and more. Proceeds benefit the Culinary Kitchen of Athens.
Learn how to repair or rewire a broken lamp.
Environmentally-focused organizations come together for a day of family fun followed by a ceremony to honor Athens' sustainability superstars.
AADM presents a training session geared to advance diversity, inclusion and cultural intelligence within the workplace.
An evening of drag performances. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit The Boybutante AIDS Foundation, Inc.
Join Avid Bookshop and M3Yoga for therapeutic yoga. Proceeds will benefit Project Safe.
Learn to play new games.
This course covers the natural plant communities of the Georgia Piedmont.
Design and carve a block print called ukiyo-e. Registration is required.
Share your favorite poems, a passage from your novel or a story from days gone by. Each reader can share up to eight minutes of material. Co-hosted by Normal Books and the Athens Writers Association.
Join Clela Reed for a reading and launch of her poetry book, Or Current Resident.
(Room 271) Dr. Mary Hoffschwelle will deliver the keynote address on the Rosenwald Fund Schools and their role in the African-American community.
Music, poetry, movement and more on a 4'x4' stage.
Coordinated by Sahada Buckley, Listening in the Gallery is an interdisciplinary concert series exploring sound and light.
Celebration of dance and its cultural influences from different regions and parts of the world.
The UGA Opera Theatre presents Don Pasquale.
On Stage presents a rollicking musical review showcasing 40 of the greatest songs by songwriting team Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, including "Jailhouse Rock" and "Hound Dog."
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away to two different channels of music.
Living Dangerously: Live Wrestling returns with three title matches.
Modern take on The Scarlet Letter through the lens of a homeless family living in the inner city.
(Quinn Hall) A late-night party takes an interesting turn, leading to an evening of sadistic games, attempted seductions and shattering revelations.
NOTHIN' NU BAND Area cover band playing classic dance tunes.
PINKY DOODLE POODLE High-energy rock band from Japan.
SPUZZY FROUTS A revival of the music of Athens party-pop band Fuzzy Sprouts.
HARRY CAREY Raucous Athens rock group fronted by songwriter Jim Willingham.
KERCHIEF Alt-rock project led by Tennessee singer-songwriter Brittany Hill.
THE GRAWKS Punk and garage-inspired local rock and roll band.
THE PLAGUE Original, ballsy rock harkening back to The Stooges, Sonic Youth and The MC5.
RUSSIAN CIRCLES Post-metal three-piece band from Chicago, IL.
GOUGE AWAY Post-hardcore and noise-rock group from Fort Lauderdale, FL.
CULT OF RIGGONIA Experimental soundscapes with tribal, world music beats and ornate instrumentation.
FUTURE APE TAPES Local group creating psychedelic, experimental music driven by loops, beats, guitars and synths.
WET GARDEN Synthesizer explorations with erotic incantations.
DWAYNE HOLLOWAY & FRIENDS Local percussionist leads a funky-fusion jam sesh.
SALLY BARRIS Singer-songwriter who has written for some of Nashville's top artists.
FREEHOLD Local band with an upbeat, melodic sound blending classic and contemporary rock.
ASTRONAUTICAL No info available.
SOJOURN Emotionally charged local hard-rock band.
HONEY HOUNDS Funky, bluesy indie-rock band from Jacksonville, FL.
KENOSHA KID Instrumental adventure-jazz four-piece centered around the rollicking compositions of Dan Nettles and featuring Rick Lollar, Marlon Patton and Robby Handley. Album release show! See story on p. 8.
GEORGIA REDCLAY Southern rock and country band playing a mix of originals and covers.
Moonlight Theater Company presents a night of "Monty Python meets Shakespeare." See Theater Notes on p. 13.
Watch a screening of Selma in recognition of Black History Month.
Fine art photographers Rose Cromwell and Adam Pape present their published monographs.
Listen to stories about water to get ready for the upcoming Green Life Expo. Environmental crafts to go. For ages 5–11 and their caregivers.
Celebrate the Lego Movie 2 by building a lego house and rescue rocket.