Don’t Miss List: Our top 5 event picks for November

Drake and Migos, a live podcast, and a chili cook-off

Don't Miss List Chomp and Stomp Festival

Illustration by Claire McCracken

Chomp and Stomp Festival
November 3
Cabbagetown plays host to a battle of the beans as residents and local restaurants compete to cook up the best chili and raise cash for the hip intown neighborhood. Last year, “Butt Stuff” trumped squads like “Gal Fieri’s Mayors of Flavortown” and “It’s Always Sunny in Cabbagetown” for the top prize. Come early, purchase a spoon (your “ticket” for chili tastings), and chow down with friends, neighbors, and strangers—or run in the 5K and listen to bluegrass.

Don't Miss List My Favorite Murder

Photograph by Von Swank Photo

My Favorite Murder
November 9
Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark take their hit podcast mixing true crime and comedy to the Fox Theatre, much to the delight of their “murderino” fans.

Don't Miss List Drake and Migos

Photographs by John Phillips/Getty Images, Leon Bennett/Getty Images

Drake and Migos
November 16-17
Canada’s greatest musical export since Paul Anka and the Lawrenceville rap trio cap a 41-date North American tour at State Farm Arena.

Don't Miss List MJCCA

Photograph courtesy of MJCCA

MJCCA Book Festival
October 30-November 18
Tom Hanks’s sold-out keynote kicks off the 27th year of the Marcus Jewish Community Center’s celebration of the printed word. Speakers this year include former Sen. Joseph Lieberman, Anna Quindlen, Peter Sagal, and more.

November 16-18
Billed as the largest LAN party in the world, the annual three-day event at the Georgia World Congress Center brings gamers from across the country—and an audience of thousands—to compete for nearly $2 million in cash winnings. 

This article appears in our November 2018 issue.