TA Live Weekend Picks: Decatur Wine Festival, Harabel & More!

Decatur Wine FestivalLove wine? How about theater? Concerts? We have it all! Have a great and safe weekend everyone! Enjoy the beautiful weather!

ALL WEEKEND- Harabel @ The Balzer Theater at Herren’s

This riveting one-woman narrative thrills and inspires. Jonida Beqo–known on the slam poetry scene as Gypsee Yo–boasts international awards and critical praise. Featured on NPR’s “Snap Judgment” and at Lincoln Center’s Out of Doors Series, Beqo, the 2008 Southern Queen of Slam, intertwines theatre, dance and poetry to tell her dynamic personal journey from Albanian refugee to American resident, illuminating the universal truths that link us one to the other and to the joy of embracing life at all costs.

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ALL WEEKEND – Little Shop of Horrors @ Orbit Theatre Company

A down-and out skid row floral assistant becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon “Audrey II” grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore who offers him fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite, finally revealing itself to be an alien creature poised for global domination!
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.

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Friday, November 8 – Please PleaseRock Me @ Smith’s Olde Bar

Please PleaseRock Me is a group that compiles music by and surrounding the Beatles. They go beyond accurate Beatles recreations and also do some songs note-for-note. Their set also includes famous Beatles covers, songs they wrote for other artists, solo material, and songs from other bands they joined or collaborated with.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the show.

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Friday, November 8 – The Clarks with Scott Kurt @ The State Theatre

The Clarks have been superstars in and around their hometown of Pittsburgh, succeeding PA as the national stage awaits them. Now with the straight-ahead, guitar-driven rock of their new album, ‘Restless Days’, The Clarks are poised to make the same kind of mainstream crossover that Segar experienced in 1976. The band describes themselves as “always fashionably in style and fashionably out of style all at the same time.”
Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $18.

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Saturday, November 9 – The Mike O’Meara Show Presents… O’Meara Show Presents… O’Meara-Con 2013! @ The State Theatre

The Mike O’Meara Show is returning to the historic (and acoustically perfect) State Theatre. O’MEARA-CON 2013 is at 8pm on Saturday, November 9th. The Mike O’Meara Show LIVE. Like you’ve never seen us before (Super Hero Costumes are optional).

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Saturday, November 9 – Decatur Wine Festival @ The Old Courthouse Square

The annual Decatur Wine Festival is metro Atlanta’s largest outdoor wine festival. Proceeds benefit the Decatur Arts Alliance, which produces the Decatur Arts Festival and many other arts events, free to the community each year. Learn more about the festival and enter to WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS here!

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Saturday, November 9 – (2 SHOWS) The Greencards @ Eddie’s Attic

From the first down-beat in 2002, through tours with Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson, The Greencards have won hearts and acclaim for their multi-dimentional Americana vision. Drawing on their Aussie upbringings, their American experiences and their restless natures, The Greencards use imagery and instrumentation to evoke moods and suggest movement; the songs themselves ebb and flow like tides.
One show is at 7pm (Doors open at 6). and the other is at 9:30pm (Doors open at 9:15 pm). Tickets are $16.50 in advance and $22 at the door.

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Sunday, November 10 – Active Child with JMSN @ The Earl

Rapor is both the name of Active Child’s new EP and the appellation for the residence in which the music was created (“Ra” means sun. “Por” means house.) It’s where singer and multi-instrumentalist Pat Grossi found sanctuary, refuge, and inspiration in the wake of nearly two years of touring his wildly successful Vagrant Records debut, 2011’s “You Are All That I See.” The record’s gestation included days spent writing instrumentals, building the spine for the melodies and lyrics. Each night, Grossi returned to his creations and sang over it—the mood of the track often acting as a mouthpiece for his subconscious. It’s both meticulously sculpted and stream of consciousness, allowing for ideas and songs.
Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $12 in advance.

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Sunday, November 10 – Lisa Marie Presley @ Eddie’s Attic

This event is SOLD OUT. Hope to see you there!

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