Friday Night Fever at Thirsty’s Bar & Grill
Talk about hangovers. The dance floor at Thirsty’s is sure to feel the aftereffects on Saturday morning. That’s because throngs of dancers will be grooving to the inaugural edition of Friday Night Fever. Dance favorites from the ’70s and ’80s return with a vengeance as DJ Blaze spins everything from KC and the Sunshine Band to the B-52s. Dancing4fun hosts the event and encourages those in the know to bust out their best East or West coast swing, cha cha, hustle and rumba moves. The music is set to thump until 3 a.m. The event continues every Friday night thereafter.
8 p.m. June 15. Free. Thirsty's Bar & Grill, 3907 Burns Road, Lilburn. 770-855-4396, www.swingdancing4fun.com.
Rock ’N Rumble Night at Killer Creek Harley Davidson
Live music, beer and pudding help make up this event, which takes place at a motorcycle dealership. The pudding, however, ain’t for eating. Ladies will be laying down the smack and wrestling in the stuff. The Gainesville-based Brat Pak plugs in its repertoire of ’80s hits, perhaps inspiring audience members to dust off the acid-washed jeans, provided they still fit. An in-store silent auction will be available all weekend.
5 p.m. June 16. Free. Killer Creek Harley Davidson, 11480 Alpharetta Highway, Roswell. 770-777-1000, www.killercreekharley.com.
Funny Fridays at Aurora Theatre
Aurora’s stand-up comedy series wraps up its season with a longtime professional Atlanta funny man in the headlining spot. Rob Cleveland unleashes his observational wit by examining oddities we often take for granted. The fact Braille instructions are available at the drive-through ATM still perplexes his noggin. Young guns Noah Gardenswartz and Mike Kaiser round out the bill. Host Debra Cole brings the brash and keeps things moving on the theater’s main stage.
8 p.m. June 15. $15. Aurora Theatre, 153 Crogan St., Lawrenceville. 678-226-6222, www.auroratheatre.com.
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