Your Thursday will probably include humidity, if not thunderstorms.
Here are a few ways to stay crisp.
RING OF FIRE: THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH, AT THE GEORGIA ENSEMBLE THEATRE
Warm your soul with the classics. The music of the late great Man in Black will echo off the river when the Georgia Ensemble Theatre performs “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash” at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell.
Yes, the weather may be dodgy, but rain or shine, the show will go on. The outdoor performances at the Ben Brady Pavilion continue through July 28: $16.50 general admission lawn seating; $36.50 reserved table seating; $365 for a 10-person table. 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell; 770-641-1260; www.get.org.
ATLANTA UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL AT SYNCHRONICITY THEATRE
New, experimental and subversive films will light up the night at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival, through Saturday, July 21. On Thursday the festival, held at Synchronicity Theatre, in Peachtree Pointe, will include documentary shorts, movies of the future and the feature “Killer Unicorn.”
See the trailer for “Candlelight,” a documentary on the hurricane in Puerto Rico, at vimeo.com/255090796. General admission: $10-50. Parking, $5 off, with validation, at the Peachtree Pointe deck. Synchronicity Theatre, 1545 Peachtree St. NE; auff.org.
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH TASTING AT MAXWELL’S CIGAR BAR
Blow away the fog of a Thursday evening with a flight of six single malt Scotch whiskeys at Maxwell’s Cigar Bar in Woodstock; 7-9 p.m., Thursday; $30; 460 Chambers St. Woodstock, 770-627-2006; maxwellscigarbar.com/
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