You've got about 15 minutes to get ready for ATL Greenhouse, which goes down at Piedmont Park near the pavilion. Founding DJ and resident Yusef Terry spins alongside residents Stan Zeff and DJ BE of Tambor, DJ Cullen and DJ Theo.
This month's special guests are Atlanta-based artists Miranda Nicole, Madam CJ, Kayenne, Christopher McCray and Robb Clark, all of whom are strong artists in their own right, and/or have added vocals to impressive dance and soul tracks over the past year or so.
This will be the last ATL Greenhouse for the summer, so make your way! Free. Noon-9 p.m.
And tomorrow night, check out the latest installation of Sunday Sunset Sessions, featuring WCLK-FM's Jamal Ahmad on the decks.
You'll be surprised how many people can fit atop the roof above Cafe Circa. It's a great vibe with equally good music, hosted by DJ Salah Ananse, and Cha-Cha Jones and Phaze joining Ahmad as this week's special guests.
Bar service can be a bit slow and sloppy, but the warm summer air combined with the heavy thump of house will make it all OK. Free. 8 p.m.-1 a.m.
Both events are rain or shine.
Also tomorrow, Sunday Dinner at Olivia's Cafe features DJs Zsa Zsa Allen, Daz-I-Kue and Ananse kicks up the African-Caribbean connection. Every first Sunday. 4-9 p.m. 543 Stokeswood Ave, SE, near the old Cenci in East Atlanta Village.
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