Wednesday, February 19

33 events

Live Music

  • Caledonia Lounge

    8 p.m. $10 (21+), $12 (18-20).

    WELL KEPT Emo-influencd alt-rock group led by songwriter Tommy Trautwein.

    HEFFNER New local indie rock band. 

    DREW BESKIN Local power-pop singer-songwriter known for fronting the bands Purses and The District Attorneys. 

  • Flicker Theatre & Bar

    10 p.m. $7.

    FRANK HURRICANE Experimental artist that describes his music as "spiritual mountain psych gangsta folk."

    KACEE RUSSELL Indie-folk artist from Jackson, TN.

    JORDAN SMITH No info available.

    LILY DABBS Local acoustic folk singer-songwriter.

  • The Foundry

    8 p.m. $5 (adv.), $7 (door).

    CHEESE DREAM Local teenage rock band influenced by 1990s alternative rock and grunge. 

    MISS DESTROYER New, young local indie-rock outfit.

  • The Globe

    8 p.m. FREE! 706-353-4721

    THE HOT HOTTY-HOTS Mary Sigalas, Dan Horowitz, Steve Key and surprise guests play swingin' tunes from the '10s, '20s and '30s.

  • Porterhouse Grill

    6:30 p.m. FREE! 706-369-0990

    JAZZ NIGHT The longest standing weekly music gig in Athens! Enjoy an evening of original music, improv and standards.



Karaoke & Open Mic

  • Boar's Head Lounge

    11 p.m. FREE! 706-369-3040

    Open Mic Night

    OPEN MIC A weekly open-mic jam hosted by Louis Phillip Pelot. All musicians welcome. Backline provided.




  • Georgia Museum of Art

    4 p.m. FREE!

    Art Lecture

    R. Hugh Daniel Director of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Graham C. Boettcher, will give a lecture titled “Confronting An Ugly Past, Building a Beautiful Future: The Legacy of Jim Crow at the Birmingham Museum of Art."

  • Treehouse Kid and Craft

    5–7 p.m. FREE!

    Opening Reception

    Organized by Treehouse Kid and Craft, the "Family Collaboration Show" features artworks created by families. The pieces will be auctioned off to raise proceeds in support of the Athens Immigrants Rights Coalition.

Lectures & Lit

  • Miller Learning Center

    4 p.m. FREE!

    Willis Jenkins

    (Room 275) Willis Jenkins, professor of religion, ethics and environment at the University of Virginia, presents “The Sacred Anthropocene: On Religious Interpretations of Planetary Change." 

  • ACC Library

    7 p.m. FREE!

    Home Safety for Seniors

    Interior designer Dana Dollar-Wynn explains 10 easy steps for staying safe at home, with an emphasis on fall prevention.


  • Feb. 18 at First United Methodist Church & Feb. 19 at Lyndon House Arts Center, 5:30–7:30 p.m. FREE!

    North Downtown Athens Planning Workshop

    Learn more about plans for the Bethel Homes site and surrounding areas.


  • UGA Tate Student Center

    6:30 p.m. FREE! 404-938-6835,

    City of Joy

    The Global Health Union presents a documentary exploring the issues of sexual violence and war in the Democratic Republic of Congo and how the women there are turning their pain into power.