1. Playlist @ the Pointe | The Real Deelz

    4th Friday of Every Month – different entertainment Friday May 27 George Gomez, Tran “The Piano Man” and John Lodge power the Real Deelz keyboard-driven trio. Pull up a chair or throw down a blanket and enjoy the music after the sun sets. Food, beverages…

  2. Artwalk Gainesville

    6/24 – Includes a reception at the Thomas Center Admission is free. Individual venues may have varying hours. Preview the venues and download a map at   Artwalk Gainesville is a free monthly self-guided tour that combine exciting visual art, live performance, and events…

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  3. I Became Me

    Imagine watching someone “paint a portrait” while playing “2” separate instruments “simultaneously”! He’s Amazing… Award-Winning Playwright, Florida’s Own, Barry S. McLeod Presents His Most Spectacular Performance as a Creative Artist, Musician, Actor, Writer, Director and Producer ‘I BECAME ME’ premieres August 27th 2022 at 5PM…

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  4. Melrose Art Walk

    Every first Friday 7 PM – 9 PM Melrose  

  5. Gainesville Acoustic Blues Showcase

    The NCFBS is excited to hold the 2nd annual Gainesville Acoustic Blues Showcase at Heartwood Soundstage on Sunday, September 25. To cover venue costs, we need to fundraise. Please consider either donating or purchasing advance tickets to help us. Please use the PayPal dropdown menu…

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  6. 41st Downtown Festival & Art Show

    The nationally recognized Downtown Festival & Art Show transforms historic downtown Gainesville into a masterful blend of art, music, and entertainment. Presented by the City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department, this juried fine art festival celebrates its 41st anniversary in 2022. On…

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  7. Hoggetowne Medieval Faire

    Cheer on jousting knights and watch battles unfold during the living chess match. Nine stages of entertainment featuring medieval dancing, full-flight falconry and armored combat. A village marketplace with hundreds of artisans selling their medieval wares. Games, rides, food and more. Reduced admission rates on…

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