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” on our main menu.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Come celebrate with us at McGinnty’s for our 2 year anniversary! We will be giving out “Shots & Shades” gift bags while supplies last! We also have some AMAZING, limited edition Bobbymania and Samantics branded magnets for sale as well as Shot Patrol pins.
We are showing: Mamma Mia Here We Go Again Gardens open at 6:00 p.m., Movie time at 7:30 p.m. Enjoy a movie outdoors. You may bring a dinner picnic basket and seating. Alcohol is permitted. This movie is rated PG13.
VHS Swap and Show invite you to help celebrate the birth of the Weasel by taking part in a Pauly Shore double feature screening of Son in Law and Encino Man. Our VHS Swap and Screening will take place at The Falcon on February 1st 2019. Come dressed in your best Steven Tyler pjs, ready to swap tapes and get weird. As always, there will be a drinking game paired with the films and a free raffle!
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
WE CANNOT REALLY GUARANTEE IF THIS IS A REAL THING … BUT WE HAD TO INCLUDE IT … BECAUSE, AMAZING.
Come watch Limp Bizkit tear it up & play some of their greatest hits at the Burger King in Avalon Park. There will be tons of special guests including Guy Fieri and hologram Tupac might do a special set. COME GETCHA GROOVE ON & DO IT ALL FOR THE NOOKIE!
Come enjoy $1.50 beers to celebrate 15 yrs of being in business. Share and show the love for the kitty with a $10 donation at the door. Proceeds benefit a local cat house. Fun music food me and more…if YOU SHOW UP
Albert George Schram, conductor “The Second City Guide to the Symphony” is a blend of original sketch comedy, new music, and songs by Matthew Reid, and orchestral works by the great masters – including Mozart, Mahler, and Glinka.
Diatoms, cyanobacteria, coccolithophores, dinoflagellates…who doesn’t love plankton?!! Leave it to Doug Rhodehamel to take them to an all-new fun and lovable level! Plankton features an assortment of decoupaged panels featuring many microflora and fauna as translated by Doug’s weirdo brain.
Join us for an incredible evening of upcycled wearable art as it is presented on an elevated 48-foot long runway. Experience a truly remarkable upscale runway show and evening of jaw-dropping recycled fashion!
Get ready to party in a Wall Street wonderland because the 7th annual Snow Ball is back! Go ahead and dig that coat out of your closet once more because it’s really going to be SNOWING on Wall Street! There will be snow in the air, snow on the ground and plenty of excellent drink specials from our friends at Corona and Fireball to keep you warm in the blizzard. Snow falls at 9 pm!
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Valentine’s Day is a holiday that brings out strong emotions, both positive and negative, in a lot of people. So we thought we would use our February screening to show the stories of love and lust not often explored. We will be showing our first triple feature. Three documentaries on bestiality.
WHAT In this special presentation, historian Dr. Richard Bell examines this musical phenomenon — being staged at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts through February 10 — to reveal what its success tells us about the marriage of history and show business.
This talk by historian Patricia Farless of the University of Central Florida focuses on the broader quest for female suffrage, beginning with Seneca Falls in 1848 and culminating in the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920. In doing so, it considers the sacrifices and strategies of the activists in addition to their faults as they strove to achieve women’s right to vote.
It’s Super Bowl time! The biggest and best watch party for the Big Game is at Wall St Plaza in the heart of Downtown Orlando! Grab your friends and sit down in front of our massive 16 ft. LED TV on Wall Street, or watch the big game inside any of our 7 bars!