Drake and Future: 5 things to do this weekend in Atlanta

Has this week been especially stressful for you?

Hopefully this post brings you some comfort because it means the weekend is near.

Whether you're unwinding with a pig roast, a concert or by participating in a 5K, just make sure you're doing something fun with loved ones this weekend.

Here are our five suggestions:

End of Summer Pig Roast

Summer is coming to an end, which is sad. But, there’s a few good things about the end of the season. One of them is the annual pig roast that Cypress Street Pint and Plate hosts.

The 9th annual event will allow patrons to grab a drink from a SweetWater Brewing Company beer truck before playing a game (or two) of cornhole and enjoying some tasty barbecue.

Admission is free.

11 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 27. Free. Cypress Street Pint and Plate, 817 West Peachtree St., Atlanta. Cypressbar.com/events.

Brantley Gilbert

Georgia native Brantley Gilbert will bring his country hits back to his home state when he plays Lakewood Amphitheatre on Aug. 26. The singer is known for songs such as “One Hell of an Amen” and “Bottoms Up.”

7 p.m. Aug. 26. $30.25-$55. Lakewood Amphitheatre, 2002 Lakewood Way, Atlanta. livenation.com.

Drake and Future

Following a surprise performance at Gucci Mane's recent homecoming show, Drake and Future will perform their collaborative mixtape "What a Time to Be Alive," along with their individual hits during back-to-back concerts at Philips Arena later this month.

6:30 p.m. August 25-26. $49.50-$179.50. Philips Arena, 1 Philips Dr., Atlanta.Philipsarena.com.

"Da Kink in My Hair"

Trey Anthony’s “Da Kink in My Hair” takes viewers into the salon of a West Indian hairstylist. The musical tells the stories of her clients as they sit in her chair in preparation for special occasions and as a regular routine. Learn why many women joke that their hairstylist is also their therapist in this production.

This weekend is the last opportunity to catch the production at Horizon Theatre Company.

Various times. July 15-August 28. $25-$30. Horizon Theatre Company, 1083 Austin Ave., Atlanta. Horizontheatre.com.

Free to Breathe

Free to Breathe, a non-profit organization that is a “partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals and industry leaders dedicated to doubling lung cancer survival by 22,” will host its annual 5K run/walk and 1 mile memorial walk this weekend. In addition to the walks, the event will include a kid’s area and awareness activities.

7 a.m. August 27. $20. Piedmont Park, 400 Park Drive, Atlanta. Participate.freetobreathe.org.