5 things to do: Taste Of Patchwerk - November 28 2017
What's going on around ATL today.
Patchwerk Recording Studio - 1094 Hemphill Ave. Atlanta, GA 30318 $25. 1 p.m.
The inaugural "Taste Of Patchwerk" will feature food from three local Atlanta Music Industries - Bonecrusher, Big Zak, and Chris McGregor.
The Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society and University Choir will put side by side the great choral work of J.S. Bach "Magnificat" - first performed in the 1723 - with numerous Negro spirituals - that could have been "composed" during the same period. The concert will be accompanied by orchestra and augmented with five spectacularly gifted solo artists: Jazmin Salaberrios, soprano, Kierra Spearman Hogan, soprano, Daveda Browne, mezzo, Ravon Middlebrooks, tenor, and bass-baritone Christian Simmons.
Philips Arena - 1 Philips Drive Atlanta, GA 30303 7 p.m. $90 - $500+
Lady Gaga's next stop at the Philips Arena on her Joanne World Tour.
The Glad Scientist is the pseudonym of Puerto-Rican artist Daniel Eric Carlos Hector Alberto Sabio.
As winter approaches, live vicariously through these short films featuring the inspired riding of Patagonia ambassadors Leah Evans, Marie-France Roy, and Alex Yoder. Snacks and drinks provided. All donations supporting our friends at Protect Our Winters.
Patagonia Store Atlanta - 34 E. Andrews Drive N.W., Atlanta, GA 30305 Free. 7:30 p.m.