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    Fresh off the Thanksgiving holiday, the Metro Atlanta area will begin winter holiday celebrations this weekend! Atlanta’s Christmas Parade, by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, steps off Saturday (rain or shine) at Peachtree Street and 16th Street and will march to the crossing of Peachtree and 5th Street. Use alternates through Saturday morning. Other cities hosting parades and events includes Johns Creek, Alpharetta and Kennesaw. A variety of venues begin to host the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker”, with Atlanta Ballet beginning its residency at the Fox Theater Saturday--the same night the Gwinnett Ballet Theater will start its version at Infinite Energy Theatre. There’s a full weekend of football battles in Atlanta. Friday and Saturday, it’s the GHSA State Championships played at Georgia State University Stadium. Saturday evening, the SEC Championship at Mercedes-Benz Stadium has Georgia against LSU, while Sunday it’s the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers in NFL action at “The Benz”. Expect delays on the Downtown Connector (75-85) and nearby surface streets. *All construction is as GDOT reports it and is weather-permitting. All times, lanes blocked, and locations could change.  >> Listen to 95.5 WSB for live traffic updates all weekend, or visit the traffic page on WSBRadio.com, and download the TRIPLE TEAM TRAFFIC ALERTS Mobile App for automated audio alerts. ---  ROAD CONSTRUCTION ZONES:  Atlanta: I-85/nb by Buford Spring Connector (Exit 86, SR -13) in two right lanes during overnight hours all weekend.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 South from Hammond Drive (Exit 4C) to Glenridge Connector (Exit 3) with ramps for I-285 (Exits 4A-B) blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 North ramp to I-285/West (Exit 4B) to be blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs/Dunwoody: I-285/East and West, between Ashford-Dunwoody Road (Exit 29). and Glenridge Drive (Exit 26). Expect lane restrictions.  Cobb Co.: I-75/South by Barrett Parkway (Exit 269). One right lane to be blocked during overnight hours.  Atlanta: I-285/North from Washington Road (Exit 1) to I-20 (Exit 10) in left lanes during overnight hours.  Atlanta: I-285/South from Hollowell Parkway (Exit 12) to I-20 (Exit 10), and from Langford Pkwy. (Highway 166) to north of Camp Creek Parkway (Exit 2) in right lanes during overnight hours; left lanes blocked at Camp Creek Parkway (Exit 2) to Washington Rd. (Exit 1) during portions of overnight hours.  WEEKEND EVENTS:  Atlanta: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s “Children’s Christmas Parade”. Peachtree Street, from 16th to 5th Streets. Sat. 12/7, 10:00 AM-1:00 PM.  Atlanta: Mercedes-Benz Stadium- SEC Football Championship: Georgia Bulldogs vs. LSU Tigers. Sat. 12/7, 7:00 PM Kickoff; NFL Football: Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers. Sun. 12/8, 1:00 PM Kickoff.  Atlanta: Georgia State Univ. Stadium- GHSA State Football Championships. Fri.-Sat., 12/6-7. Various start times with several games scheduled.  Atlanta: Fox Theater- Atlanta Ballet Presents, “The Nutcracker”. Sat. 12/7 through Tues. 12/24, with various performance times.  Gwinnett Co.: Infinite Energy Theater- Gwinnett Ballet Theater’s, “The Nutcracker”. Sat. 12/7 through Sun. 12/22. -Daily performances with various show times.  Cobb Co.: Cobb Energy Centre- “Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour 2019”: Fri. 12/6, 8:00 PM.  Kennesaw: Main St. Downtown- “A Day with Santa” Parade. Sat. 12/7, 2:00 PM.  Alpharetta: Town Green Downtown- “Season of Celebration” Tree Lighting: Fri. 12/6, 6:00 PM  Johns Creek: Johns Creek Parkway- “Founders’ Day Parade”. Sat. 12/7, 8:00 AM.
  • A DeKalb County police officer is expected to make a full recovery after he was rear-ended Thursday while he was stopped on I-20. Yosef C. Raskin received minor injuries and was taken to a hospital, DeKalb police spokeswoman Michaela Vincent said. The other driver involved, who has not been identified, declined medical treatment at the scene. The crash shut down the westbound lanes of I-20 for nearly two hours, causing major delays back to I-285 during the lunch hour, according to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center. During the investigation, traffic was getting by only on a left shoulder.  Authorities cleared the wrecked vehicles and reopened the interstate just before 1 p.m.   Aerial footage from the scene showed an SUV flipped on its side. The officer’s cruiser sustained major damage, with the rear of the vehicle smashed into the back seat.  Charges for the driver of the SUV will be determined when the investigation is closed, Vincent said.  Georgia has a “move-over” law that requires drivers to move over a lane to give space to police, EMS crews, Georgia Department of Transportation crews and other emergency personnel. If drivers are unable to get over, the law requires that they slow down to a reasonable speed.
  • A busy DeKalb County road has reopened Wednesday morning after a fire at a Christmas tree lot caused a gas leak. North Druid Hills Road in the Toco Hill neighborhood was shut down for nearly three hours while crews worked to put out the blaze and turn off the leak. Traffic was flowing again at 7:20 a.m., according to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center. DeKalb fire crews arrived on scene about 4:45 a.m. They found smoke and flames coming from a small brick building at a Boy Scout tree lot near Azalea Circle. No one was inside the building when it caught fire, and no injuries were reported, according to officials.  “A few Christmas trees (were damaged),” DeKalb fire Capt. Dion Bentley told Channel 2 Action News from the scene. “But most of the Christmas trees are in good shape. They are still ready to be sold for the holidays.” While they worked to put out the flames, no traffic was getting by on North Druid Hills Road between Clairmont and Lavista roads. Cars were being diverted into a nearby gas station and snaking through the Toco Hill shopping center to get around the roadblock. Even after the blaze was out, the road remained closed until crews could turn off the gas leak. In other news: 
  • Three people were killed overnight Wednesday in two separate crashes on Atlanta interstates.  Both crashes, one on I-285 and another on the Downtown Connector, happened around midnight. The downtown crash cleared before the start of the Wednesday morning rush, but the crash on I-285 South at Bolton Road continued to impact traffic through 6 a.m. In the downtown collision, a driver was hit and killed after making an abrupt stop on the interstate and getting out of a car, according to Atlanta police. Two other vehicles hit the car, which then slid into the victim. The victim, whose name was not released, was dead at the scene. The other drivers are not expected to be charged, police spokesman Investigator James White said.  The crash shut down the southbound connector from about 12:15 a.m. to 3:40 a.m. All lanes were blocked at times, according to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center.  Two people were killed in the crash on the Perimeter. A wrong-way driver hit another vehicle head on near the Bolton Road ramp, White said. Neither driver survived. They were identified by Channel 2 Action News as Abdullah Muhammad Jr., 28, of Cobb County, and Pa Madou Kah, 50, of Washington state.  The investigation and resulting six-hour shutdown caused major delays through Cobb and Fulton counties before it was cleared, the Traffic Center reported. — Please return to AJC.com for updates. In other news: 
  • Atlanta commuters have something to be thankful for this week, courtesy of the Georgia State DOT, regarding the region’s expressways:  “To ease Thanksgiving traffic congestion statewide, Georgia DOT is suspending construction-related lane closures on interstate highways, heavily traveled state routes and roadways near major shopping centers, malls, and shopping districts from 6 a.m. Wednesday, November 27 to 5 a.m. Monday, December 2. The Department reminds travelers to exercise caution as crews may still work in proximity to highways and safety concerns may require some long-term lane closures to remain in place.”  There will be plenty of activities in Metro Atlanta for the holiday, starting with several Thanksgiving morning road races, including Atlanta’s “Invesco QQQ Half-Marathon/10K/5K”, starting at Georgia State Stadium. More races in Marietta, Cumming and Johns Creek and Hampton will affect area roads Thursday morning. Football fanatics get their dose of local action as the Falcons host their NFL rival, the New Orleans Saints, for a Thanksgiving Night battle at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Saturday afternoon, the biggest rivalry in Georgia kicks off at Bobby Dodd Stadium when the Georgia Bulldogs visit the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Expect delays on the Downtown Connector and surface streets for those games, and for the holiday commute home along all Metro Atlanta expressways this weekend. Did we mention that this Friday is Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the season? Watch for the massive crowds around area malls and shopping plazas! Stay safe and have a Happy Thanksgiving!  *All construction is as GDOT reports it and is weather-permitting. All times, lanes blocked, and locations could change.  >> Listen to 95.5 WSB for live traffic updates all weekend, or visit the traffic page on WSBRadio.com, and download the TRIPLE TEAM TRAFFIC ALERTS Mobile App for automated audio alerts. THANKSGIVING DAY EVENTS:  Atlanta: Mercedes-Benz Stadium- NFL Football: Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints. Thursday, 11/28 (Thanksgiving evening), 8:15 PM kickoff.  Atlanta: Georgia World Congress Center- Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless Thanksgiving: Thurs. 11/28, Thomas Murphy Ballroom.  Atlanta: 2019 Invesco QQQ Thanksgiving Day Half-Marathon & 5K…Thurs. 11/28, Starting at Georgia State Stadium, roads affected include: Hank Aaron Drive, Marietta St., Decatur St. Northside Drive, 17th St, Spring St., 14th St., Piedmont Park/10th St., Juniper St., J.W. Dobbs, Irwin St. Marietta: 2019 Annual MUST Ministries, 5K-10K “Gobble Jog”. Thurs. 11/28 7:30 AM. Roads affected include: Church St., Chicopee Drive, Allgood Road, Pine St., Freyer Drive, Cherokee St. North Marietta Parkway and Lemon St. Johns Creek: Five Star Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. Starts at Top Play, 3835 Johns Creek Pkwy. Thurs. 11/28, 8:00 AM.  Henry Co. (Hampton): 1621 Run (5K-4K). Forston 4-H Center, 999 Forston Rd. Thurs. 11/28, 5:00 AM.  Forsyth Co. (Cumming): Tryptophan Half-Marathon/10K/5K. Fowler Park, 4110 Carolene Way. Thurs. 11/28, 7:30 AM.  HOLIDAY WEEKEND EVENTS:  Atlanta: Bobby Dodd Stadium-NCAA College Football: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Georgia Bulldogs. Sat. 11/30, 12:00 Noon kickoff.  Atlanta: Symphony Hall- “Home Alone” in Concert. Sat. 11/30 @ 7:30 PM; Sun. 12/1 @ 3:00 PM.  Atlanta: Atlantic Station- Cirque du Soleil’s “VOLTA”. Through 11/28, 8:00 PM nightly.  Gwinnett Co.: Infinite Energy Arena- ECHL Hockey: Atlanta Gladiators vs. Greenville Swamp Rabbits. Fri. 11/29, 7:35 PM; WWE’s STARCADE. Sun. 12/1, 6:30 PM.  Gwinnett Co.: Infinite Energy Theater- Northeast Atlanta Ballet’s, “The Nutcracker”. Fri-Sat. 11/29-30, various show times.  Cobb Co.: Cobb Energy Centre- “Hip Hop Nutcracker”, Fri. 11/29, 8:00 PM; Will Downing’s “Soulful Sounds of Christmas”. Sat. 11/30, 8:00 PM; “Ill Divo”: A Holiday Song Celebration. Sun. 12/1, 8:00 PM
  • Moreland Avenue has reopened in Clayton County hours after a train collided with a tractor-trailer, according to police. The road was shut down in both directions at East Conley Road from about 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., impacting traffic in the area, according to the WSB-24 hour Traffic Center. The railroad crossing at East Conley Road remains shut down while authorities continue their investigation. Clayton County police spokeswoman Sgt. Cherie West said a tractor-trailer was attempting to back into a nearby location “when the rail arms came down and other motorists were stopped.” The driver “could not back off the tracks,” and the train hit the big rig. The truck flipped on its side. A photo shared with Channel 2 Action News appeared to show a ball of fire at the crash scene. The fire was extinguished quickly, but the road remained closed as a precaution while crews worked to remove the wreckage. Channel 2 reported the big rig was carrying liquid nitrogen.  West said no one was injured in the crash. The driver and his wife were able to exit the big rig before the train hit it. No other details have been released. It is not known when the railroad crossing will reopen.  — Please return to AJC.com for updates. In other news:
  • Planning your start to the Thanksgiving holiday? Allow extra travel time by Hartsfield-Jackson Airport beginning Saturday, with heavy traffic and rainfall predicted for the entire day. Expect road work for Sandy Springs and Dunwoody’s I-285-Georgia/400 Corridor Project to create more delays during overnight hours, weather permitting, with periodic ramp closures for exits. Watch for work on I-285 between I-20 (Exit 10) and Camp Creek Parkway (Exit 2), lane restrictions on I-75/South before Barrett Parkway (Exit 269) in Cobb County, and road crews along I-85 by Atlanta’s Buford Spring Connector (SR-13) to create slow travel zones. Staying in town for this weekend before Thanksgiving? Watch for increased traffic in Gwinnett County by Infinite Energy Arena Friday night, as country star Miranda Lambert performs in concert. Watch for similar delays by Atlanta’s Fox Theater Saturday night as country legends Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band perform their Thanksgiving concert. It’s two games at home for the Atlanta Falcons within a one week stretch at Mercedes-Benz Stadium! First game is Sunday afternoon against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and then on Thanksgiving night against the New Orleans Saints! *All construction is as GDOT reports it and is weather-permitting. All times, lanes blocked, and locations could change.  >> Listen to 95.5 WSB for live traffic updates all weekend, or visit the traffic page on WSBRadio.com, and download the TRIPLE TEAM TRAFFIC ALERTS Mobile App for automated audio alerts. ROAD CONSTRUCTION ZONES:  Atlanta: I-85/North by Buford Spring Connector (Exit 86, SR -13) in two right lanes during overnight hours all weekend.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 South from Hammond Drive (Exit 4C) to Glenridge Connector (Exit 3) with ramps for I-285 (Exits 4A-B) blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 North ramp to I-285/West (Exit 4B) to be blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs/Dunwoody: I-285/East and West, between Ashford-Dunwoody Road (Exit 29). and Glenridge Drive (Exit 26). Expect lane restrictions.  Cobb Co.: I-75/South by Barrett Parkway (Exit 269). One right lane to be blocked during overnight hours.  Cobb/Fulton Co.: I-285/North from Camp Creek Parkway (Exit 2) to I-20 (Exit 10), and I-285/South from Paces Ferry Road (Exit 18) to Camp Creek Parkway in right lanes during overnight hours.  Atlanta: Spring St. Bridge (tunnel and ramps) blocked for movie production crews during overnight hours Saturday, 11/23 unitl Sunday morning, 11/24 (9:00 PM-10:00 AM).  WEEKEND EVENTS:  Atlanta: Lenox Square- Macy’s Christmas Tree Lighting. Sun. 11/24, 7:00 PM  Atlanta: Georgia State Stadium- College Football: Georgia State vs. South Alabama. Sat. 11/23, 2:00 PM Kickoff.  Atlanta: Mercedes-Benz Stadium- NFL Football: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sun. 11/24, 1:00 PM Kickoff; Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints. Thurs. 11/28, 8:15 PM.  Atlanta: Symphony Hall- “Copeland’s Appalachian Spring-Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms”. Sat. 11/23, 8:00 PM.  Atlanta: Fox Theatre – “Travis Tritt’s Thanksgiving Homecoming, with The Charlie Daniels Band”. Sat. 11/23, 7:00 PM; “Manheim Steamroller Christmas”. Sun. 11/24, 2:30 and 7:30 PM.  Atlanta: Atlantic Station- Cirque du Soleil’s “VOLTA”. Through 11/28, 8:00 PM nightly.  Gwinnett Co.: Infinite Energy Arena- “Miranda Lambert in Concert”. Fri. 11/22, 7:00 PM; ECHL Hockey: Atlanta Gladiators vs. Jacksonville Icemen. Sat. 11/23, 7:05 PM.  Cobb Co.: Cobb Energy Centre- “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical”. Sat. 11/23, 12:00 and 5:00 PM.
  • A multivehicle crash on I-85 did not completely shut down the interstate Wednesday morning, but it severely marred commutes out of the northeastern suburbs nonetheless. The crash south of Jimmy Carter Boulevard gridlocked the interstate and caused four-hour delays out of Hall, Gwinnett and DeKalb counties. Multiple southbound lanes were blocked from 5 a.m. until about 7:20 a.m.  Only a right lane and emergency lane were getting by, and all lanes were blocked at times. At their worst, gridlock conditions stretched nine miles back before Pleasant Hill Road. The average speed on I-85 South was 3 mph at one point. The trip time from Ga. 316 to the Perimeter topped out at 248 minutes, prompting WSB traffic reporter Mark Arum to call it “one of the worst rides in recent memory in from Lawrenceville, Suwanee and Buford.” Things remained slow for the remainder of the morning rush. At 9 a.m., the ride from Ga. 316 to I-285 was 34 minutes, a vast improvement but still sluggish.  Motorists were crowding onto Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Buford Highway and Lawrenceville Highway to avoid the backups.  All lingering delays have since cleared. No details about the wreck have been released. — Please return to AJC.com for updates.  In other news: 
  • More extensive work for Sandy Springs and Dunwoody’s I-285 and Georgia/400 Corridor Project will create weekend delays, especially during overnight hours. Watch for more work on I-285 by Camp Creek Parkway and south of I-20 in Atlanta. Also, watch for work on I-75/South before Barrett Parkway in Cobb County, I-85 by Buford Spring Connector (SR-13) in Downtown Atlanta, and on I-85 near Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in northbound lanes. Many activities are expected to keep traffic flow heavy this weekend. “ATLive” concerts at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Friday AND Sunday evenings, home football games for Georgia Tech and Georgia State Saturday, continued residencies for “Cirque du Soleil” at Atlantic Station, and Broadway’s “Wicked” at Fox Theatre, added to the “DreamHack Atlanta” gaming event at Georgia World Congress Center, will keep commuters steadily heading into Midtown Atlanta. “Sesame Street Live” will be at the Cobb Energy Centre all weekend, and teen heartthrobs “Super-M” take the stage at Gwinnett’s Infinite Energy Arena Friday night, so watch for area delays. *All construction is as GDOT reports it and is weather-permitting. All times, lanes blocked, and locations could change and additional projects could occur. >> Listen to 95.5 WSB for live traffic updates all weekend, or visit the traffic page on WSBRadio.com, and download the TRIPLE TEAM TRAFFIC ALERTS Mobile App for automated audio alerts. ROAD CONSTRUCTION ZONES:  Atlanta: I-85/nb by Buford Spring Connector (Exit 86, SR -13) in two right lanes during overnight hours through the weekend.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 South ramp to I-285/East (Exit 4A), to be blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs: Georgia/400 North ramp to I-285/West (Exit 4B) to be blocked, at times, during overnight hours.  Sandy Springs/Dunwoody: I-285/East and West, between Ashford-Dunwoody Road (Exit 29). and Glenridge Drive (Exit 26). Expect lane restrictions.  Cobb Co.: I-75/South from Wade Green Road (Exit 273) to Chastain Road (Exit 271), and by Barrett Parkway (Exit 269). One right lane to be blocked during overnight hours.  Fulton Co.: I-285/North before Camp Creek Parkway (Exit 2) to Cascade Rd. (Exit 7), and from Bolton Road (Exit 13) to Chattahoochee River overpass in two lanes during overnight hours.  Cobb Co.: I-285/sb from South Atlanta Road (Exit 16) to Chattahoochee River overpass, in two right lanes during overnight hours.  WEEKEND EVENTS:  Atlanta: Georgia World Congress Center- “DreamHack Atlanta”: Fri.-Sun. 11/15-17; Georgia Bridal and Wedding Expo: Sun. 11/17, 12:00-5:00 PM.  Atlanta: Bobby Dodd Stadium- College Football: Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech. Sat. 11/16, 3:30 PM Kickoff.  Atlanta: Georgia State Stadium- College Football: Georgia State vs. Appalachian State. Sat. 11/16, 7:30 PM.  Atlanta: Mercedes-Benz Stadium- “ATLive” with Keith Urban, Blake Shelton and Sugarland, Fri. 11/15; “ATLive” with Eric Church and Luke Combs on Sun. 11/17, 5:00 PM for both nights.  Atlanta: Symphony Hall- “An All-Star Cast Sings Mahler’s ‘Symphony of a Thousand’”.: Sat. 11/16, 8:00 PM; “Todrick: Haus Party Tour”. Sun. 11/17, 7:30 PM.  Atlanta: Fox Theatre – “Wicked: The Musical”, through November 17th, with multiple shows, daily.  Atlanta: Atlantic Station- Cirque du Soleil’s “VOLTA”. Through 11/28, 8:00 PM nightly.  Gwinnett Co.: Infinite Energy Arena- “SuperM: We Are the Future”, LIVE. Fri. 11/15, 7:00 PM; ECHL Hockey: Atlanta Gladiators vs. Florida Everblades. Sat. 11/16, 7:05 PM; Gladiators vs. Indy Fuel, Sun. 11/17, 2:05 PM.  Cobb Co.: Cobb Energy Centre- “Sesame Street LIVE-Let’s Party!” Fri-Sun. 11/15-17. Multiple show times, daily.  Gwinnett Co.: Tribble Mill Park- 8th Annual Ordner Construction’s “Run for a Reason”. Sat. 11/16, 8:00 AM-1:00 PM.  Cobb Co. (Smyrna): Atlanta Track Club- “Smyrna Village 10K”. Smyrna Community Ctr., 200 Village Green Circle. Sat. 11/16, 7:45 AM.  Atlanta: Atlanta Track Club- “Girls on the Run 5K/ Piedmont Health Care”. Georgia State Stadium, Hank Aaron Drive. Sun. 11/17, 7:00 AM.
  • The temperatures may be cool this weekend but scheduled roadwork will keep the roads hot with traffic around Atlanta! Major projects of interest that will likely impact traffic includes the North Express Lanes project and Transform 285/400 project in Cobb and Fulton Counties, weather permitting. In addition to planned roadwork, several events are happening in the downtown and Midtown beginning Friday and will last throughout the weekend. Motorists are advised to plan ahead, expect heavy delays and seek alternate routes. *All construction is as GDOT reports it and is weather-permitting. All times, lanes blocked, and locations could change and additional projects could occur. >> Listen to 95.5 WSB for live traffic updates all weekend, or visit the traffic page on WSBRadio.com, and download the TRIPLE TEAM TRAFFIC ALERTS Mobile App for automated audio alerts. Roadwork Scheduled:  Fulton/ Cobb Co.: I-285/nb (Inner loop) at Hollowell Pkwy (Exit 12) to Cobb Pkwy (Exit 19), blocking two right lanes throughout the weekend.  Fulton Co.: GA400/nb at I-285 (Exit 4), expect lane restrictions throughout weekend.  Fulton/ Dekalb Co.: I-285/wb/eb (Outer & Inner loops) at GA400 (Exit 27), ramp closures are planned throughout weekend. Detours will be in place.  Clayton Co.: I-285/eb/wb (Outer & Inner loops) at I-75 (Exit 58), lane restrictions planned throughout the weekend.  Henry Co.: I-75/nb/sb at Bill Gardner Pkwy (Exit 212), lane restrictions planned for overnight hours.  Events:  Atlanta Hawks vs Sacramento Kings at State Farm Arena  Friday, November 8, 2019  Game time at 7:30 pm  Broadway’s Wicked at Fox Theatre  Friday, November 8, 2019 at 8:00pm  Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 2:00pm & 8:00pm  Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 1:00pm  The Black Keys in concert at State Farm Arena  Saturday, November 9, 2019  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm  5K Walk Like MADD at Mercedes Benz Stadium  Saturday, November 9, 2019  7:30 am - 10:00 am  UGA vs Missouri At Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga.  Saturday, November 9, 2019  Kickoff at 7:00pm  GA Tech, Ga State, and Kennesaw State football programs all have away games.