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Arts & Entertainment

    • July 21, 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • Atlanta Botanical Gardens
    • 0

    Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.

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    This show is sold out. If you are interested in going you may put your name on the wait list in case we get any last-minute  cancellations.

    NON-MEMBERS: If you want to go, join as an  Epicurean or Magellan Club and you will gain instant access to the event registration system which will allow you to purchase these tickets.

    ABOUT

    Platinum ticket holders get in 30 minutes before the general public, which means they get their pick of the seating area. They also get a special parking pass that allows them to park for free and enter and exit via a special entrance / exit that is different from the general public. If you have not been to a concert at ABG, you are in for a treat. It is a stunning venue.

    • August 10, 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • MODA, 315 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309


    Join us  for a special Design Conversation with designer, educator, and creative director, Brian Collins, as he talks about design and innovation. You must purchase your ticket online from MODA.

    BRIAN COLLINS

    Over his career, Brian Collins has won every major creative award. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Creativity, Fortune, Rolling Stone, Creative Review, Graphis, NBC News, ABC News and Fast Company, which named him one of five American Masters of Design.

    For ten years prior to the founding of COLLINS, Brian was Chief Creative Officer of the Brand Integration Group (BIG), the design and innovation division at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide. His clients included IBM, Motorola, The Ford Motor Company, Goldman Sachs, AT&T, Vera Wang and American Express.

    Prior, he was Creative Director at FCB / San Francisco where he lead work for Levi Strauss & Co., Amazon.com, MTV, Janus Funds and the Walt Disney Company.

    Brian speaks globally on design and innovation. He was the first graphic designer invited to participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Brian was made a Distinguished Alumna of the Massachusetts College of Art in 2004 and received an Honorary Doctorate from the Art Center College of Design in 2008. In 2013 he was selected to represent the United States at Beijing Design Week and, in 2014, at Moscow Design Week.

    Brian is Vice President of the Art Directors Club. He has been a professor in the Graduate Design Program of the School of Visual Arts in New York City since 2001.

    He lives in a very big building by a small pond in New York City and a very small house by a very big ocean on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

    Source: Collins' Website

    • September 02, 2017
    • 10:00 AM
    • Downtown ATL; location TBA to those who register


    If you would like to meet up with other UXATL members please register here. To get a spot anywhere near the parade route we will need to arrive by 8:00AM please keep that in mind. 

    • September 08, 2017
    • 9:30 PM
    • Venkman's


    PLEASE REGISTER NOW SO WE CAN GET GOOD SEATS. TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE BUT THEY ARE TRANSFERABLE. We saw this band a few months ago and they are excellent.

    • Table, $23/person* > seating for groups of 4 in front of stage. This ticket includes seating for dinner and show. F&B is separate.
    • Booth, $30/person* > comfy booth seating for parties of 6 to right of stage. This ticket includes seating for dinner and show. F&B is separate.

    * Prices include tax and service charge

    ABOUT

    September will mark the 50th anniversary of the release of The Doors’ timeless second album, Strange Days, which features songs like “Love Me Two Times,” “People Are Strange” and “When The Music's Over.” To honor this classic release, The Dirty Doors will perform a special set that includes the entire album and all of The Doors' greatest hits

    • September 09, 2017
    • 6:00 PM


    Join us for a special evening of entertainment at ATL's top-rated music venue. Members of UXATL have two important connections to this event. Will Hoge, the performer, is the cousin of Magellan Club member, Chip Ivie. UXATL member have seen him live several times and he is great! Terminal West is owned/managed by the son of Kim Allison, another one of our Magellan Club members!

    THE PLAN

    • 6:00pm, Optional dinner at Stationside
    • 7:30pm, Doors open
    • 8:30, Show starts
    NOTE: This is a standing-only venue and tickets are general admission.

    WILL HOGE

    Will Hoge stood at a truck stop urinal in Hillsboro, Texas and listened to two truckers singing every word to his song "Even If It Breaks Your Heart" as it played on the radio. It sounds like the setup to a joke waiting for it's punch line, but the Grammy nominated singer-songwriter isn't laughing. "If anything, the mainstream success of 'Even If It Breaks Your Heart' and the CMA and Grammy nominations have inspired me to work even harder and really push myself to another level," said Hoge. A decade removed from Carousel, his major label release on Atlantic Records, Hoge has struggled with the constant "square peg, round hole" tag much of that time. "Rock radio says we sound too country and country radio says we sound too much like rock & roll," laments Hoge. Therefore, over the span of his last three records on Rykodisc, you could find Will Hoge in the Americana section of your record stores and getting most of his airplay on AAA radio. But 2012 brought significant attention to Will Hoge, the likes of which he'd never seen before. Spending the early part of the year supporting Dierks Bentley's arena headlining tour, Hoge was introduced to his first dose of mainstream country. "I was a little nervous, honestly, because everyone has put labels on what kind of music I make and I didn't know how country fans would react to our music…it was truly amazing. Being on an arena stage each night and getting to showcase what we do in front of thousands of people truly made such an impact and helped broaden our fan base." The fan base of which Hoge speaks is a devoted and diverse group across the U.S. and Canada. Since his first independent record in 2000, he has crisscrossed North America playing as many as 221 shows in one year. Hoge's stage shows are equal ingredients of sweat, charisma and rock & roll revival…often culminating with him in the middle of an audience singing an encore while standing on a patrons table, a soundboard or a bar. Anthony Kuzminski of The Screen Door said, "At any given moment, Will Hoge may be one of the hardest working live performers on the road and anyone who has seen him would argue he's one of the best." After a near fatal traffic accident in 2008, Will Hoge spent nine months recuperating at home. The break provided him time to write what became his 2009 release The Wreckage. The album's lead single, "Even If It Breaks Your Heart" did well on Americana and AAA radio (staying in some station playlists for almost six months), but also caught the ear of a young country band from Texas, The Eli Young band. "I was out on the road opening for my friends in the band Shinedown and Mike Eli called me to tell me they had just cut "Even If It Breaks Your Heart and I was thrilled," Hoge remembers. Recording the song proved to be a wise choice for the young band, as it ascended to the top of the country charts and peaked at #1 in August 2012. While raising Hoge's profile as a hit songwriter, the song also introduced his music and records to a broader audience. "I did a short solo tour in December and it was great to see people who had heard 'Even If It Breaks Your Heart' and latched on to my stuff…I saw a lot of new faces in the crowd that will now be my fans because of it." Believing that idle hands are the devils work, Hoge entered the studio once again in November 2012 to begin work on what will become his soon-to-be released 9th studio record. With such a diverse radio and touring background Will Hoge has cemented himself as a mainstay in both worlds and hopes to continue that build into 2013. He said, "I honestly don't know how I could have a better year than 2012, but I'm sure gonna try."

    • October 01, 2017
    • 11:00 AM
    • Amtrack Station, 1688 Peachtree Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30309

    If you like architecture, history and amazing photo ops this tour is for you! You might call it a religious experience...

    This guided tour* was inspired by an article that appeared in Curbed Atlanta in December 2016 entitled, Atlanta's Gorgeous Intown Historic Churches, Mapped!   We divided the original route into two parts: North & South. This particular tour will focus on the northern portion, which begins at the Amtrack (Peachtree) Station and ends at North Avenue. There is an optional brunch before the tour and optional get-together after the tour. The southern portion tour begins at North Avenue and ends at the Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, which is near the state capitol in downtown.

    PLEASE NOTE: While will gain some historical insights about the churches, this is not a history tour, per se.  Also, please keep in mind that most, if not all, of these churches have services on Sundays so we will probably not be able to access the inside of the churches. The photo gallery below will give you a very good idea of what you can expect to see on this tour. 

    NON-MEMBERS: If you would like to save some money please consider joining before you register for this tour.

    ITINERARY*

    * Route and times subject to change. Please be flexible.

    LINKS


    • October 15, 2017
    • 11:00 AM
    • Amtrack Station, 1688 Peachtree Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30309


    If you like architecture, history and amazing photo ops this tour is for you! You might call it a religious experience...

    This guided tour* was inspired by an article that appeared in Curbed Atlanta in December 2016 entitled, Atlanta's Gorgeous Intown Historic Churches, Mapped!   We divided the original route into two parts: North & South. This particular tour will focus on the southern portion, which begins at North Avenue and ends at the Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, which is near the state capitol in downtown. The northern portion tour begins at the Amtrack (Peachtree) Station and ends at North Avenue.

    PLEASE NOTE: While will gain some historical insights about the churches, this is not a history tour, per se.  Also, please keep in mind that most, if not all, of these churches have services on Sundays so we will probably not be able to access the inside of the churches. The photo gallery below will give you a very good idea of what you can expect to see on this tour. 

    NON-MEMBERS: If you would like to save some money please consider joining before you register for this tour.

    ITINERARY*

    * Route and times subject to change. Please be flexible.

    LINKS


    • November 22, 2017
    • 7:00 PM
    • Atlanta Symphony Hall


    If you would like to attend this show as a group please register now! Tickets go on sales on Feb 2 at 10:00am. Thank you.

    In a career that spans over five decades, John McLaughlin, one of music’s most influential and prolific guitarists, composers, and bandleaders, will begin his farewell U.S. tour on November 1 in Buffalo, NY. McLaughlin will be joined by Jimmy Herring, who has been in the creative forefront of the American rock-jam movement for 25 years. The Meeting of the Spirits tour will hit 23 cities before ending in Los Angeles on December 9. Read rest of story



    • November 25, 2017
    • 8:00 PM
    • Buckhead Theater


    Please register ASAP. Tickets are reserved and go on sale July 20 at 10:00AM. I will but an initial block based on how many people register here. Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable. Saw this legendary Atlanta funk-rock band in May and they were excellent. Please don't miss this.

    ABOUT

    Mother's Finest is an American funk rock band founded in Atlanta, Georgia, by the vocal duo of Joyce "Baby Jean" Kennedy and Glenn "Doc" Murdock in 1970 when the pair met up with guitarist Gary "Moses Mo" Moore and bassist Jerry "Wyzard" Seay. Their music is a blend of funky rhythms, heavy rock guitars and expressive soul/R&B-style vocals.

    The group charted with the singles "Fire" (No. 93 Pop Singles), "Baby Love" (No. 79 Black Singles, No. 58 Pop Singles), "Don't Wanna Come Back" (No. 54 Black Singles), "Love Changes" (No. 26 Black Singles), and "Piece of the Rock" in the mid- to late 1970s.