Scott Little Band
Atlantas Scott Little Band has been stopping by Macon for so long that Im sure the band considers Macon home just like listeners probably consider them a Macon band. Scott Little and the crew are always out on the road, spreading the gospel of Georgia-bred Southern rock. No matter where the road takes them, they always make time for Macon. Come enjoy these country, Southern rock sounds at the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom. 21 and up. 10 p.m.. $5.
Bassface with DJ Ployd and DJ McBeezy
Bassface was the popular event Nick Rizkalla hosted before he went into the coffee-making business. This event helped to make the dubstep sound a favorite of young clubgoers who wanted something different to dance to when they went to the club. Well, the event is back with two of its most popular DJs and is at Roasted Cafe and Lounge, which has become the hub for new and different sounds. DJ Ployd, from Atlanta, was named best DJ by Creative Loafing magazine. 18 and up. 10 p.m. Free.
Franchised Society and Young R
Franchised Society is bringing us the Summer Jamfest, and in doing so, they are bringing some young, fresh hip-hop to the 567 and to downtown Macon. They bring with them Macon MC Young R who has been building some big-time name recognition with the release of Billion Dollar Dreams, his newest album. All ages. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. $5.
Boot Hill with Gary Sassaman
Boot Hill returns to the Hummingbird Stage and Taproom for some country-fried sounds, and this time they bring along their friend Gary Sassaman. Boot Hill front man Richard King may be best known around Macon for the drumming he has done with Abby Owens, but Boot Hill has been building up some steam of its own. Come listen to some fun Southern rock sounds. 21 and up. 10 p.m. $5.
Dean Brown and Dubshak
Second Sunday is probably Macons favorite regular outdoor event. It brings families and friends from all across Middle Georgia together in Washington Park for some good music and wonderful outdoor fun. This month, Second Sunday begins to get prepared for warmer weather by putting on its summer hours. You can hear some good reggae music from Dean Brown starting at 7 p.m. No tents or grills. Family friendly. Free.