Thursday, April 3, 10 p.m.
The Influencers Present: Mike Germon

Edgewood Speakeasy, 327 Edgewood Ave. (Old Fourth Ward)

This bi-weekly event, hosted by Sean Fahie, focuses its efforts in showcasing the unsung heroes of Atlanta's arts community. This week's presentation focuses on collage artist, Thoughtmarker founder and former MINT gallery curator Mike Germon. Looking to glean some knowledge of the local arts scene? Germon's your guy. And we don't mind grooving to the musical stylings of DJ L. Knight while we're at it.

Deal nearby: Noni’s Bar & Deli

Thursday, April 3, 7 p.m.
The Atlanta Film Festival’s Sound + Vision

The Goatfarm, 1200 Foster St. (Westside)

Usually, when we think of Film Festivals we think of quiet, contemplative audiences bewitched by the silver screen for hours upon hours of viewings – a panel or Q&A peppered in-between. Such is not the case with the Atlanta Film Festival's Sound+Vision. Prepare for an evening of film and revelry that turns typical film fare on its head. This year's event includes music videos from acts such as Pussy Riot and Coast Gaard as well as experimental film from Brock Scott, Medelline Moore and Oktawian Otlewsi. Food trucks, beverages and musical performances will be stippled around the grounds between projections.

Friday, April 4, 7p.m.
Subverse: The Atlanta Zine Festival’s First Annual Writing Contest and Fundraiser

Hodgepodge Coffee House and Gallery, 720 Moreland Ave. SE

In their fundraising efforts for the big festival in June, the good folks of the Atlanta Zine fest are hosting a writing contest. Join them as they showcase the talents of Atlantan writers (including Scott Daughtridge, Brooke Hatfield and Jason Mallory) and their most subversive words. Who will win the coveted prize? We’ll let the judges decide.

Deal nearby: Hodgepodge Coffee House and Gallery

Friday, April 4, 10 p.m.
404 Day

Edgewood Ave. (Old Fourth Ward)

Edgewood Avenue, prepare to be taken over for a streetwide festival unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Visual art, dance performances and tunes from some of our most beloved Atlantan musical acts? Try and stop us from being there. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the event (and worth every penny).

Deal nearby: Noni’s Bar & Deli

Friday, April 4 – Sunday, April 6
Down South Camp Meeting

Various Locations

Always wanted to try a hand at swing dancing, but couldn’t muster up the courage or know where to start? Live out your Dirty Dancing dreams at this weekend’s Down South Camp Meeting. Chock-full of traditional (and less traditional) classes, live music and – of course – dancing. Have two left feet? Don't worry – the fest has opportunities for the avidly footloose as well as the slightly inept. (Hey, we all have to start somewhere.)