11/15/18 – Work Hard | Play Hard
Nov. 17 – 18
WHAT: Macy’s Tree lighting
WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018
WHERE: Macy’s at Lenox Square
DETAILS: Join us for Macy’s 71st Annual Great Tree Lighting ceremony with special performances and a visit from Santa! Ring in the holiday season with hosts Jovita Moore & Zach Klein, plus performances by Adrienne Bailon Houghton, Francesca Battistelli, Russell Dickerson, Kyla Jade and the Macy’s All-Star Choir as they light the Great Tree in style! If you can’t make it to the show, tune in to the live telecast on WSB-TV Channel 2 at 7pm.
Don’t forget to visit the Aflac tent while you’re there and purchase the 2018 Aflac Holiday Duck. 100% of the net proceeds from your purchase will go to The Aflac Foundation, Inc. to help children with cancer across the country.
WHAT: Fantasy in Lights
WHEN: Nov. 16 – Jan. 4, 2019
WHERE: Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA
COST: $10.50 – $30
DETAILS: Callaway Gardens’ Fantasy In Lights in Pine Mountain is not only the South’s most spectacular holiday light and sound show, it is one of the world’s “Top 10 Places to See Holiday Lights,” as named by National Geographic Traveler.
WHAT: Dream Hack
WHEN: Friday Nov. 16 – Sunday Nov. 18, 2018
WHERE: Georgia World Congress Center
COST: 3 day pass is $74, day pass is $30
DETAILS: DreamHack is a gaming event & festival unlike any other! DreamHack events are all about the massive BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) party, paired with a plethora of competitive tournaments and international e-sports competitions happening. Visitors are able to check out the latest gaming and tech gear at the Expo, and take part in all sorts of different activities! Activities include tournaments, cosplay, non-gaming events like scavenger hunts, tabletop games and more!
WHAT: Big South Conference championship: Kennesaw State University vs. Jacksonville State
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018
WHERE: SunTrust Park
COST: $20, $25 and $35
DETAILS: The game, which will be televised on FOX Sports Southeast and streamed on the FOX Sports app beginning at 3 p.m., features KSU’s first top-10 football matchup in program history and is a rematch of last year’s second round playoff game in which the Owls won 17-7, earning their first FCS quarterfinals appearance.