5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: November 7-13

Brews and plenty of stage acts, from ballet to EDM

Travis Scott
Rapper Travis Scott performs onstage at the Maxim Super Bowl Party on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas.

Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Maxim

Travis Scott
When: November 13, 7:30 p.m.
Where: State Farm Arena
Cost: $40-$129+
Details: Travis Scott is coming to the newly renovated State Farm Arena to promote his new album, ASTROWORLD, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200.

Butcher & Brew Fest
When: November 10, 2 p.m.
Where: 9 South Main Street, Alpharetta
Cost: $40
Details: Alpharetta is celebrating the best of craft beer, with 23 big-name breweries from Atlanta and around the country coming together. Sip on brews while munching on food from chef Andy Long, playing giant Jenga or cornhole, and enjoying live music. And all of this to benefit the Atlanta Humane Society.

Translation

Photograph courtesy of Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre

Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre’s “Translation”
When: November 9-11
Where: Westside Cultural Arts Center
Cost: $35
Details: Born in Atlanta, Troy Schumacher, a soloist and choreographer with New York City Ballet, is returning home for the first time to premier “Translation.” Choreographed by Schumacher, the work has brightly lit backdrops, turning dancers into silhouettes, making the audience must focus on the dancer’s movements.

The Nutcracker
When: November 9-11
Where: Infinite Energy Arena
Cost: $18-$28
Details: Halloween is over. You know what that means: it’s Thanksgiving Christmas time! Presented by the North Atlanta Dance Theatre, this classic ballet featuring on-stage snowfall is preparing Atlanta for the holiday season.

San Holo
When: November 8, 8 p.m.
Where: Buckhead Theatre
Cost: $30-$57+
Details: A play on words for the galaxy’s favorite smuggler, Star Wars’s Han Solo, this popular EDM artist is touring his newest record, album1, with supporting electronic/dance acts Baynk, Taska Black, and the Nicholas.

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