Here is a look at some of the best events taking place this weekend. Remember, you can always visit the complete events calendar by clicking on “EVENTS” in our main menu.
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FRIDAY, JULY 14
We love Paris, good food and drink (tres chic!), art, vintage, bubbles and more so join us in the APGD for our tenth Bastille Day celebration!
First 100 people get a FREE pizza (limit 1 per guest) $3.14 Orlando Brewing pints Jamie McFadden newly released wine tasting 5-9p We can’t wait for you to craft your first #YourPie, as well as our crispy paninis, chopped salad, authentic Italian gelato, local craft beer, wine.
All proceeds benefit the Milk District Main Street program and district improvement projects. Sponsored by: Orange Blossom Brewing Co. Get a strike with the orange head pin and receive a free Weisse Weisse Baby from OBB. Tickets are $12 per person which includes two games and shoe rental Bowling – Drink Specials – Prizes- Followed by Karaoke in the bar.
Join us for our inaugural Vive La France Party, upstairs in East End Market, Friday, July 14, 6 – 9 p.m. Tickets are just $25 in advance, which covers admission, heavy hors dourves, two drink tickets, French film shorts, French music, raffles, and more. Tickets on sale now. Space is limited so don’t wait.
Hosted by BlueStar with cocktails at 9 p.m. and showtime 10 p.m.
SATURDAY, JULY 15
A one day pop-up shop event featuring vintage finds, handcrafted goods, some of the best local artistry available, functional industrial, food & drink, and several other creative small businesses gathered under one roof. The event will be held in the FACTUR maker space event warehouse in Ivanhoe Village. It’s air conditioned and free to get in.
When Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840, the cake weighed 300 pounds, measured 3 yards in circumference, and was festooned with every kind of sugar flower imaginable. From this, a tradition was born. The Victorian era is known for its love of arts and crafts, and creating flowers made of sugar quickly became a favorite pastime. Please join us for a unique experience and craft your own sugar confection.
Come and enjoy a full day of mouth-watering food, endless fun and entertainment, and countless Reggae, Soca, and Chutney artists as we celebrate the culinary wonders of cooking with #curry. Bring your family and join the thousands that will be in attendance at this year’s Curry Fest in Orlando, Florida!
For our first anniversary, we’ll be chillin’ in the summer sun to celebrate our favorite sin, “Sloth,” and our tribute keg, the Sloth Saison. We’ll have kiddie pools, squirt guns, water balloons, and a dunk tank.
Deadly Sins Brewery and AGoldPhoto Pet Photography are teaming up to raise money for the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando on Saturday, July, 15th from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. The photo shoot sitting fee for each pet is $35 and 100% of the sitting fee goes to the shelter. The Details The AGoldPhoto sitting fee is $35, which is fully donated to the shelter.
This Bastille Day, we’re excited to be highlighting beers from Brasserie Thiriez (our favorite brewery in French Flanders) – We’ll have three of their beers on draught: Thiriez Extra, Thiriez Amber, and Thiriez Train to Mars – We’ll be pouring flights as long as all three kegs are available (flights will consist of 3 oz pours of each beer for $6.50) – We’ll also be hosting a Bastille Day market from 5-8 pm with a variety of local vendors.
The best alternative music videos from past to present. Remember MTV’s 120 Minutes and Alternative Nation? College radio and nightclubs in the 80s-2000s? Forget staying up all hours of the night to record your favorite jam – all your favorites will be playing in the bar.
SUNDAY, JULY 16
We hope you’ll join us on July 16th for the Orlando Outfitters 2016 Fly Fishing Expo. For the third year in a row, the industry-only International Fly Tackle Dealer Show, where fly fishing manufacturers show their latest products to members of the fly fishing industry, will be in Orlando.
Normally we grasp at external conditions to solve our problems, but it’s really our own state of mind that will deliver the solutions. How does this apply to our work? First we can simply accept that our work is going to be include problems, challenges, worries, rivalries and setbacks. These are all completely natural. By responding to these inevitable situations with patience, wisdom and kindness, we position ourselves to be able to find creative, beneficial solutions.
SFS & Grand Collab Summer PopUp w/ Gargamel! Zap Dragon, Leisure Chief & Damez, Henrietta, Prisoners Of Rock Kristen Warren BTruMann &More
Southern Fried Sunday and the Grand Collab present a Summer Pop-Up with Gargamel, Zap Dragon, Henrietta, Leisure Chief with Damez, The Prisoners Of Rock, Kristen Warren, BTRuBoxMann, Jestelle, KingofAllDrunks OMB, Addi Son, DJ Cub and DJ Pawli. Hosted by TKO at Will’s Pub. $10 Cover, 18+ Welcome. This is a Cancer’s B-Day Celebration for Cancer Prevention. A Portion of the cover will be donated to Planned Parenthood of Orlando to help locals with preventative screenings.
The long awaited day is coming upon us, the return of Game of Thrones. There will be vendors, themed food and drink specials, a costume contest with special prizes, and entertainment. This event is not kid friendly. Parental guidance is advised.
A special fundraising and network performance by Team Orlando representing The S.A.F.E. Words Poetry Slam at the National Poetry Slam this August in Denver, Colorado. The team will be selling merchandise including t-shirts and chapbook anthologies of their poetry as they venture off to represent the City Beautiful at the biggest spoken word event in the world. Only $5.00 at the door and there will be wine available! Wine! WINE.
Bucket Boy, a play by Joseph Reed Hayes. Please also bring food or wine to share. Following the 2015 success of the White House production of “Tom Waits For No Man”, Hayes returns with a new work, “Bucket Boy”, featuring unexpected performances from drummer Mark Feinman (La Lucha) and poet Gloria Muñoz in a comic drama with music about “opportunity, bewilderment, and a basic inability to accept reality as it truly is.
Jennica McCleary was 17 the first time someone asked “Do you know who you look like?” But looking like a young Bette Midler means nothing if you can’t walk, talk trash, sing, and have the unstoppable energy of the diva. Over the years she fell in love with pre-Hollywood Midler and her self-discovery in front of crowds of people trying to find the same.