Play to win.
General trivia hosted by Solo Entertainment. House prizes and discounted tabs.
Meet Pulitzer Prize nominee Noel Holston, the author of Life After Deaf.
Author Kenneth Bridges will speak about his book, Life of a Man Named Kenneth, and share memories of his family, childhood in rural Georgia and his career in agriculture and education.
An introduction to American Tango.
Treat your friends and family to a yoga a free yoga class before the holidays. Holiday treats and retail specials will also be available. RSVP to secure your spot.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra returns to UGA for a performance with music director Robert Spano at the podium. Grammy Award-winning pianist Emanuel Ax joins the orchestra to perform Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1. The program also includes Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring, originally commissioned by dancer Martha Graham in 1944.
UGA's eco-friendly a cappella group will present a fall concert with special guest opener UGA Kalakaar.
COREY SMITH Singer-songwriter who combines emotional country styles with rough, soulful vocals.
POP-UP SHOP A shop and concert hosted by Blacknerdninja, featuring DK, Jamal Steele, Lil Iffy, Celest Ngeve, Jazmin Pittman and DJ Kountry Boy.
ART CONTEST Local math-rock group with propulsive rhythms and intricate melodies.
KLARK.SOUND Atlanta indie project with jazz and bossa nova influences.
GRUNFELDER Athens-based garage-rock group with punk and ska influences.
Enjoy live music, baked goods, coffee and BBQ as you shop for the holiday season.
(688 S. Milledge Ave.) Tour this new office space of Bilbo Books Publishing.
Featuring several vendors, a photo booth, live music and more.
Inspired by French clown Philippe Gualier, this course explores the importance of failure, playfulness, collaboration and imagination. For adults and children ages 13 and up. Sundays through Nov. 24, 4–6 p.m. $15/class, $50/month. email@example.com, www.moonlighttheatercompany.com