What are you doing this weekend? March 20-23

Legendary musicians, burlesque beauties, and stylish runners
Photograph by Charlie McCullers

Spring has officially sprung as of today, and what better way to celebrate than to get out and take advantage of what Atlanta has to offer, which this week includes a country legend, dancers of all types, and an epic science fair.

Southern Fried Burlesque Fest
Miss Exotic World 2008 Angie Pontani headlines this gathering held at the Wyndham Atlanta Galleria. Thursday-Sunday. southernfriedburlesquefest.com

Modern Choreographic Voices
The Atlanta Ballet continues to push the boundaries of dance with a trio of works by Alexei Ratmansky, Ohad Naharin, and Tara Lee. At the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Friday-Sunday. atlantaballet.com

Crosby, Stills & Nash
Forty-five years after the release of their first album, the legendary folk rockers show no sign of slowing as they bring their hits to the Fox stage. Saturday, 8 p.m. foxtheatre.org

Georgia Marathon and Fitness Expo
Even if you don’t run the race, you can look the part thanks to all the great gear showcased and sold (at bargain prices!) during the expo, which we named one of our Best of Atlanta picks for 2013. Friday and Saturday. georgiamarathon.com

George Strait
Country’s biggest cowboy might be riding off into the sunset, but he’ll make one last stop in Atlanta on his farewell tour. Nineties pop-turned-country singer Sheryl Crow will join him at Philips. Saturday, 7:30. philipsarena.com

Atlanta Science Festival Expo
The week-long festival kicks off with a giant outdoor science fair at Olympic Park, featuring performances and family-friendly exhibits on everything from killer plants to sea monkeys to sunspots. Saturday, 11 a.m. atlantasciencefestival.org

Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door
The High Museum presents the first major retrospective exhibition of Morell’s work in fifteen years, along with newer pieces that the High commissioned from the Cuban-born American artist for its Picturing the South series. Morell specializes in camera obscura—a technique that can turn an entire room into a lens. Through May 18. high.org

Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things
The Museum of Design Atlanta celebrates the beauty of functional design in, an exhibition that showcases thirty-six useful and lovely items—from paperclips to egg cartons. Through May 11. museumofdesign.org