ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – It’s going to be hot this week. Luckily there are plenty of cool events to attend. Check out the latest list of things to do in Metro Atlanta.
Both days Bunneroo 2022 Summer Solstice Festival takes place in Athens. There will be live music, art, food, a bouncy house, vendors and more.
Oakland Cemetery The June 19 “We Shall Overcome” walking tour will take place at 10 a.m. This 75-minute guided tour explores the lives and accomplishments of exceptional and ordinary African Americans in Atlanta.
The Afrocentric Hip-Hop Group Development stopped concludes a three-night residency celebrating Juneteenth at City Winery Atlanta.
Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown arrives at the Cadence Bank Amphitheater in Chastain Park.
The indie/rock band house of sleepas well as The Haunting, Between Giants and Bedside Pond, perform at Smith’s Olde Bar on Piedmont Avenue.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra gives its 2nd concert in the park of Piedmont Park. Guest conductor Anthony Parnther and the ASO will present a program of some of Hollywood’s biggest hits, including music from Back to the Future, King Richard, Call of the Wild, Out of Africa, ET and more Again.
The May Patterson Goodrum House on West Paces Ferry Road will be open for tours on June 23. An extensive restoration of the house and gardens is currently underway.
Singer-songwriter Andy Grammar performs at the Center Stage Theater on West Peachtree Street NW.
Forever ’78 at by Venkman will feature music from Billy Joel, Bob Seger, James Taylor, Willie Nelson, Meat Loaf, Kenny Rogers and more.
The Atlanta Symphony will perform 2 nights of FINAL FANTASY game music at the Atlanta Symphony Hall. Directed by GRAMMY Award winner Arnie Roth.
YouTuber and comedian Kurtis Conner performs at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Maggie Rose occurs on the town green of Sandy Springs. Reserved tables available.
The Atlanta Gay Men’s Choir presents the world premiere of “@QueerZ” by Julian Hornik at Georgia Tech.
“Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer” tells the story of a woman who co-founded a new political party to defend black people’s right to vote. The solo show at the Southwest Arts Center continues through July 10.
Doraville Underground Theater presents an evening of comedy featuring the best comedians in Doraville.
Semi-Charmed perform indie, pop, British and progressive punk music at PURE Taqueria in Brookhaven.
CeeLo Green pays tribute to James Brown at The Eastern on Old Flat Shoals Drive.
The Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival presents “Saturday Night Fever” in honor of the film’s 45th anniversary at the Fox Theater in Atlanta.
Head toward of Napoleon to Decatur for an 80s dance party with Yacht Rock Schooner.
Singer and songwriter Michelle Malone performs at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur.
Actor George Wallace performs at the Atlanta Comedy Theater in Norcross.
The Black Sheep Comedy Show is happening at the Village Theater on Decatur Street SE. Black Sheep is the show where comedians can do their best work – without the restrictions of mainstream circuits – and audiences can join in the mad rush.
Live! Las Duluth on the Duluth Town Green will feature all your favorite Vegas Strip performances, including magicians, circus-style dancers and impersonators including Elvis.
Singer Taylor Dane performs at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheater in Mableton.
5Churches The monthly Sunday Service rooftop brunch features a full brunch buffet, live band, and full-service bar.
Bizarre Bazaar presents The Great Imperial Gay Garage Sale and Water Balloon Battle at the Imperial in Decatur. There will be more than 30 booths.
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