Feb. 24 • Macon
The annual fundraiser for the Macon Pops jazz orchestra features of evening of songs by Georgia native Ray Charles at the Cox Capitol Theatre.
Feb. 25 • Atlanta
Enjoy tastings from more than 25 of Atlanta's best chefs and restaurants, plus music, kids' activities and live & silent auctions to benefit a charity embraced by Georgia musicians, Songs for Kids Foundation.
Feb. 25 & 26 • Columbus
The Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University hosts a weekend of guest artist performances, lectures, master classes and international competition at the RiverCenter for Performing Arts.
March 2 - 19 • Atlanta
More than two weeks of concerts and events across the city of Atlanta highlight the transcendent power of Jewish music.
March 4 • Tifton
One of the hottest groups on the rock/roots scene right now, the Marcus King Band, makes it way to South Georgia to headline the day of music, brews and barbecue.
March 9 - 11 • Savannah
It's a weekend of musical discovery in Savannah with more than 80 national and international indie bands performing in a variety of local venues and spaces.
March 17 & 18 • Waycross
Bloodkin and Ben Sparaco are among the bands and artists headed to the Okefenokee Fairgrounds for two days of music and art.
March 23 - April 8 • Savannah
The annual 17-day festival presents a carefully curated schedule of popular, folk, traditional, serious and studied music, all performed by renowned artists from across the globe.
April 15 • Sautee
Head to the North Georgia mountains for a day of hot biscuits, even hotter bluegrass and family-friendly activities at the Sautee-Nacoochee Center.
April 21 - 23 • Atlanta
More than 40 bands, four stages and four sets by Athens, Georgia's Widespread Panic - all in a weekend's work at SweetWater 420 Fest in Centennial Olympic Park.