SATURDAY AT ANDALUSIA FARM IN MILLEDGEVILLE
The family-friendly, 11th annual Andalusia Farm Bluegrass Festival features the Honeycutters out of Asheville, North Carolina, as well as local favorites Heart Pine and (the very aptly named) Good Country People. It’s held on the grounds of the historic home where Flannery O’Connor lived from 1951 to her death in 1964, a picturesque setting to kick back in the grass and enjoy some music. Food and drinks will be available, and there will be nature walks and communal porch pickin’ before the bands begin. 3 p.m. $5-$10.
G. Love & Special Sauce with Chris Kasper
SATURDAY AT THE COX CAPITOL THEATRE
The original lineup of G. Love & Special Sauce returns after a break of nearly a decade. Their new album, “Sugar,” was recorded at Brushfire Records’ “Solar Powered Plastic Plant” and features the band’s signature stripped-down style of rock ’n’ roll. Originally penned as a break-up record, the songs took on a new life in the studio, which featured sessions with guests like legendary vocalist Merry Clayton (of “Gimmie Shelter” fame). According to G. Love, they “became about coming up from where we started to where we are now and still keeping it going, still staying afloat.” Philadelphia-based folkster Chris Kasper opens the night. Doors 7 p.m./Show 8 p.m. $22.50-$440.
Second Sunday with Antonio Rodriguez and Rosii
SUNDAY AT COLEMAN HILL
Second Sunday is always a great time. Good music. Good people. Good times. This time: a good food truck by way of Tex’s Tacos. Bring your blankets, the kids and your beverage of choice over to Coleman Hill for some great Latin music, great food, good company and the best view of downtown Macon as your backdrop. This will be the final Second Sunday concert of the season, so be sure to make it out and enjoy the cooler weather. 6 p.m. Free.
SUNDAY AT THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND MUSEUM AT THE BIG HOUSE
The Big House presents an intimate evening with Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes, who will perform a special solo set to benefit the Big House Foundation, which operates the museum. Haynes has been a member of the Allman Brothers Band for more than two decades, and is a founding member of Southern rock favorites Govt. Mule. His talent as a guitarist has also led to many guest appearances with a diverse group of artists and bands. 1:30 p.m. $100-$250.
MONDAY AT FRESH PRODUCE RECORDS
German noise rockers Nicocaffeine will be making a stop in Macon on their Au Revoir Golden Air U.S. tour. Formed out of the remains of the band Midian, Nicocaffeine specializes in a wide range of post-rock, drone rock, prog and experimentation. The band has several well-received albums on Blunoise Records, and the current lineup features members of Jealousy Mountain Duo. 8 p.m. $3.