HARVEST MUSIC FESTIVAL -- The second day of the fourth annual autumn weekend of camping, jamming and roots music gets under way at 11 a.m. On the main stage: The Waybacks (11 a.m.); Snake Oil Medicine Show (12:30 p.m.); Donna the Buffalo (2:15 p.m.); John Cowan Band (4 p.m.); Larry Keel Experience w/Curtis Burch (5:45 p.m.); Peter Rowan's Texas Trio w/Tony Rice & Vassar Clements (7:20 p.m.); Leftover Salmon (9 p.m.); Blueground Undergrass (midnight). For more information, visit Also see Earshot. Atlanta's Back Porch/Fairburn (Sarig)

Cultural festival
There won't be a turkey in sight at the CHINESE MOON-CAKE FESTIVAL, an Asian take on Thanksgiving. Held SEPT. 29, the autumn celebration features lion dancing, martial arts displays, an art show and live instrumental music throughout the day. The evening's Chinese acrobatic extravaganza includes contortionism, balancing acts and other feats of skill. Free; acrobatic show $10. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Chinatown, 5377 New Peachtree Road, Chamblee. 770-458-6660.

Wine festival
Rolling into town SEPT. 29-30, WINESOUTH spotlights more than 100 wineries and wine suppliers pouring more than 300 different varieties. To complement the abundance of fermented grape juice, chefs from Atlanta's fine restaurants serve their specialties at cuisine stations. Live music and wine-related artwork also are available. Feel patriotic as you imbibe in the red, white and blush. $40 per day or $75 for a weekend pass. 12:30-5:30 p.m. Villa Christina, 4000 Summit Blvd. 678-985-9494.


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