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Live music returns to Centennial Olympic Park this weekend with Big Night Out, a socially distanced concert series featuring Moon Taxi and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on Friday (October 23), the Marcus King Trio and Futurebirds on Saturday (October 24) and Big Boi & Friends featuring KP the Great on Sunday (October 25). All begin at 7 p.m. The audience will be in private pods for parties of four or six and include health checks, face-mask requirements, sanitation stations and a 6-foot walkway between each pod to ensure distance. Tickets start at $50 per person per pod and must be purchased as a whole. Single tickets are not available.


The Atlanta Chamber Players begin their 45th season Friday (October 23) with a program featuring the music of Beethoven and David Kirkland Garner at the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. The concert will be livestreamed and host a limited in-person audience. The group will debut two world premieres by Garner, an Atlanta composer. The chamber players will feature Alcides Rodriguez on clarinet, Helen Hwaya Kim on violin, Brad Ritchie on cello, Andrew Brady on bassoon, Susan Welty on horns and Julie Coucheron on piano. The free concert begins at 8 p.m.


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