The semester may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean there’s a shortage of things to do in Gainesville. Whether you like movies, music or the outdoors, there’s something for everyone. In addition to our other coverage this week, here are the best places to spend your weekend.
With a dreamy signature sound that draws from the compelling nature of live instrumentation and the versatility of production, Bells and Robes are one of the most unique groups to come out of the Gainesville music scene.
We talked about juggling school and producing, how he tackles being one of the youngest producers out there, progressive house and music in general.
Each Spring, UF’s Phi Kappa Tau chapter turns from normal fraternity house to lush paradise — with nearly 100,000 pounds of sand included.
This weekend, Gainesville is allowing you to do more than simply look for treat-filled Easter eggs. Gainesville is holding concerts, events and mini-festivals leading up to the Christian holiday on Sunday.
With Spring Break a thing of the past and finals on the horizon, just six weeks remain until another semester comes to a close. Luckily for students and locals alike, there’s still plenty to do in Gainesville before we head home for the summer. In addition to the other events we’ve covered this week, here’s where to spend your weekend.
The biggest drinking holiday of the year, St. Patrick’s Day, is just around the corner. Falling on a Saturday for the first time in nearly a decade, this year’s celebration of the Irish holiday is guaranteed to be one of the rowdiest to date. With no school or work to worry about, students and locals alike will be out in full force. So break out all the green gear your wardrobe has to offer; here are the best places to spend the holiday in Gainesville.
Tomorrow kicks off Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival’s third consecutive year. Bringing some of the most vibrant artists the globe has to offer to the 800-acre Sunshine Grove in Okeechobee, Florida, this festival has absolutely exploded.
Mind-bending producer Digital Ethos hits Gainesville this Sunday at Simon’s. The show will run from 9 p.m. - 2 a.m., with tickets available via Eventbrite for $12.61 to $17.89.
As 2018 slowly but surely progresses, the diverse events, concerts and other entertainment that Gainesville has to offer only get bigger and better. In honor of the start of February this week, here’s some of our favorite upcoming events that will hold you over until spring break.