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, AUGUST 3
“A quarter of the genes found in bananas are also found in humans. Get the f*ck over yourself.” To put it simply, no matter what you look like, where you are from, your skin color, financial status, career, gender, or sexual preference – everyone is the same.
WJRR Presents Warped Tour 2018 at Tinker Field featuring All Time Low, August Burns Red, The Used and so much more.
Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan & Lupita Nyong’o You may bring a dinner picnic basket and seating. Alcohol is permitted. This movie is rated PG. Under 13 years of age requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
It’s Time to Celebrate and OFFICIALLY open the doors. ALL ACCESS MEDIA HOUR- 7:00-8: 00 pm Open Interviews, pictures, private Q & A with the owners and partners. Empire Trivia 6-8:30 pm Eugene Snowden takes the Stage 9 pm (Don‘t Miss This) Terrapin Beer Co. Samples & Free Swag starting at 6:30 pm The Truck Stop is a food truck inspired kitchen, the first four months we tested a variety of foods with some of Central Florida’s most talented chefs & food trucks.
Uncle Lou’s and Grumpy’s Underground Friday, August 3rd. Doors open at 8 pm First Act at 9 pm. Free Show Lineup at Lou’s: The Wildtones Tommy Frenzy’s Hard Drive Sudakas Disfunction Switchblade Villain Lineup at Grumpy’s: Will Brack Acab Keaton Jesse Napier
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4
Orlando Main Streets’ 4th Annual Restaurant Week is a celebration of our fabulous dining community. Main Street restaurant members are encouraged to offer a select prix fixe menu with established price points of $5, $10, $20 and $30 depending upon lunch or dinner, and the restaurant’s normal price point. No tickets or passes are required.
This informative session will give you an understanding of urban development in Orlando from City planners. Participants will create a development project, taking into consideration open space, a mix of uses, how the project relates to the surroundings, parking needs, and ultimately how the overall project relates to the City at large.
We are fighting for our right to medicate with whole plant-based cannabis! Even if you have a MMJ Card, it’s still a crime to have Whole Flower Cannabis in Florida.
CATEGORY IS…BALLROOM REALNESS! THE BALLROOM IS OPEN! Welcome to Orlando’s 80’S BALL featuring Dominique Jackson “ELEKTRA” from the smash hit show POSE on FX! The nightclub transforms into the BALLROOM where the competition on the runway will be FIERCE! The motha of the house “ELEKTRA” will play guest judge for this not-to-miss event.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5
This Sunday, August 5th we team up with dear friend Scott Joseph for a 4-course Brunch that cannot be missed! Tickets available now! We have very limited seating for this decadent, exclusive brunch so make sure to reserve now and tell your friends!
Uncomfortable Brunch presents Me and You and Everyone We Know at Will’s Pub ‘Me and You and Everyone We Know’ is a poetic and penetrating observation of how people struggle to connect with one another in an isolating and contemporary world.
Welcome to Till Plant Company’s first ever Orlando Plant Swap! We’re excited to partner with our friends at Lil Indies to bring you this fun event! How it works: -Buy a ticket to save your spot (its only $5 and 100% of profits from this event will be going to the Parramore Community Garden Project) -Bring a plant to swap (or several!) -Meet some plant friends IRL and swap your green baby for something new you have your eye on!
Groove City is a monthly Pop-Up Record Party centered around creating a community of Orlando’s record collectors and music enthusiasts who want to spread their love for music. Guests are encouraged to bring their own records and take turns playing 20-minute sets of their favorite tunes.