5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: November 8-14

Jay-Z, early Christmas shopping, and zero-waste food
Jay-Z
Jay-Z performs during TIDAL X in New York City.

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Jay-Z’s 4:44 Tour
When:
November 14, 8 p.m.
Where: Philips Arena
Cost: $50+
Details: Jay-Z’s is bringing his 4:44 tour to Atlanta, delivering with it some of his greatest hits along with songs from his most recent shock-inducing confessional album.

Shoppe Holiday Market
When:
 November 10-12
Where: Cobb Galleria Centre
Cost: $8-$52
Details: Want to give your family members something handmade for Christmas but are prone to Pinterest fails? Shoppe Holiday Market will offer plenty of unique creations. There are even “WorkSHOPPEs” so you can craft something with the help of an expert, or cooking classes where you can get recipe ideas and decorating tips for the holidays.

Atlanta Fall Wine Festival
When: November 11, 1-5 p.m.
Where: Historic Fourth Ward Park
Cost: $50-$60
Details: Make the most out of the fall with a Saturday afternoon in the park where you can keep warm with hundreds of selections of locally- and nationally-sourced wines, beers, and ciders. Backed by the sounds of live music from local musicians Coast Guard and DJ Q-Tip, the festival will also have additional food options to keep you going.

Cocktails and Castoffs
When:
 November 12, 5-7 p.m.
Where: Matchstic
Cost: $75-$250
Details: Enjoy delicious food from local chefs and get a lesson on eliminating your carbon footprint with Development in Gardening’s Sunday night dinner event. The nine chefs—including Gunshow‘s Joey Ward, PeachDish‘s Seth Freedman, and Watershed‘s Zeb Stevenson—will serve zero-waste food samples throughout the night. All proceeds will fund Development in Gardening’s work to create sustainable gardens for people in Africa.

Atlanta Gallery Collective
When:
 through December
Where: Ponce City Market
Cost: Free
Details: Celebrating Atlanta’s creative scene, this gallery will feature many local artists using a wide range of mediums. The main exhibition will feature world-famous photographer Erik Tanner‘s portraits of James Beard Award-winning Southeastern chefs, including Hugh Acheson, Ford Fry, Kevin Gillespie, Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins, and Steven Satterfield.