PAIGE MCCAULEY Nashville-based country singer-songwriter.
MAKING STRANGE Local folk-pop group.
MATT MCKINNEY BAND Playing classic country music.
MARSES Local "party-doom" four-piece band.
ARCHERS Heavy rock group from Indiana.
BRONZE BRAIN Local sludge-psych band featuring members of The Viking Progress and Grand Vapids.
MULTIPLE MIGGS High-octane local harcore band.
MONK PARKER The former frontman of Athens folk-rockers The Low Lows performs a set of pensive Americana.
DANGFLY Local, all-star melodic rock band led by songwriter and guitarist Adam Payne.
TY MANNING & THE SLAWDOG BISCUITS New local band led by former Bearfoot Hooker Manning described as "Ronnie Milsap meets Tom Petty."
DODD FERRELLE Folk-rock from songwriter and Winterville Mayor Dodd Ferrelle.
HOLMAN AUTRY BAND Described as "a little bit of Hank, a little bit of Metallica and a healthy dose of Southern rock."
SCOTT BRANTLEY Dublin, GA-based country singer.
MR. E Experimental group fronted by local musician Ethan Lapaquette.
GLIB New project from local musician Jacob Deal (Muuy Biien, The Pleasure Point).
GROUP GROPE Analog synth beats influenced by classic Chicago house and Detroit techno.
DJ MAHOGANY Popular local DJ spins freaky funk, sultry soul, righteous R&B and a whole lotta unexpected faves.
ALASH ENSEMBLE Trained in Tuvan throat singing since childhood, these touring musicians mesh that traditional sound with more contemporary ideas. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
TEDO STONE Rootsy, Atlanta-based singer-songwriter.
PALACE DOCTOR Dynamic rock trio fronted by former Modern Skirts bassist Phillip Brantley. Album release show!
DREW BESKIN Local power-pop singer-songwriter known for fronting the bands Purses and The District Attorneys.
DJ QUINCY Former Modern Skirts drummer John Swint spins a dance party.
CRAIG WATERS & THE FLOOD Local blues guitarist and songwriter.
LEONARD BLUSH Roots-rocking blues ensemble from Atlanta.
THE ORIGINAL SPLITZ BAND This band's wide range encompasses classic Motown, funk, disco and both old-school and contemporary R&B.
Join the CMS Owls for a 5K. Register online.
(Downtown Union Point) An afternoon full of live music, Jamboree 5K, kids' cardboard train parade, craft market, games and more.
Highlights include roach and beetle races, an insect cafe, puppet shows and a variety of live insects.
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 Joe Willey & the Moving Man and Emily Horton.
Dance to raise funds for the ACCA Center. Dress to impress! Light refreshments provided.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with wireless headphones and two channels of music. One of them is a request line!
'80S DANCE PARTY Dance to your favorite tunes from the 1980s.
BOOTY BOYZ DJs Immuzikation, Twin Powers and Z-Dog spin dance hits into the night.
DJ KUT DAILY A member of Atlanta's El Camino Boyz spins funk, soul and more.
Participants can learn about fishing. No permit required. Play games, make crafts and meet animal ambassadors. Bring a picnic lunch.
The 2017 Juried Exhibition will feature 34 works of art in a wide range of media. See Calendar Pick on p. 20.
Jimena Iloreda presents a surrealist puppet show "Matillo De Bruijas."
The family-friendly farm invites visitors to pick your own pumpkin off the vine, get lost in the corn maze, meet animals in a petting zoo, relax on a wagon ride and more. Weekends through Oct. 29. www.washingtonfarms.net
Explore your sense of smell with not-so-sweet smelling activities and crafts. For ages 2–8 and their caregiver.
Watch the game on two large indoor screens. Streets Cafe will offer snacks.
The Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement: Teen Social Justice Committee hosts the first annual End School to Prison Pipeline Conference.
Winder-Barrow Community Theatre presents a story about three old ladies whose lives are changed when a new, fun nurse shows up at their care home. See Theater Notes on p. 11.
This event has been canceled.
Works can be in any medium, 2-D or 3-D, with a maximum size of 14"x14"x14" (including frame). For ages 18 & up living in Georgia. Drop off works on Sept. 23, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Exhibit runs Oct. 6–Nov. 3. $20–25 (jury fee). 706-769-4565, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ocaf.com