Things to do in Atlanta - January 30th to February 2nd

Thursday, January 30 Cobb Energy Center. New Orleans! with Aaron Neville & the Dirty Dozen Brass Band Join us we celebrate New Orleans, the birthpace of Jazz, Blues, Gospel, and the many forms of American popular music at the Cobb Energy Center. Doors open at 8PM. Old Vinings Inn Goldschmidt Cellars Wine Dinner. Save the date for the Old Vinings Inn Goldschmidt Cellars Wine Dinner on Thursday, January 30. Don Diem and chef de cuisine Scott Holder have planned a hearty winter's night menu to complement wines selected by Nick Goldschmidt. $85 per person plus tax and gratuity. Limited space, reserve your place by calling 770-438-2282. Downton Abbey. Throughout the month of January, St. Regis Atlanta celebrates the return of the PBS smash hit Downton Abbey with a traditional English Tea for the most discerning of palates. Enjoy a menu adorned with classic British tea favorites including tomato and cucumber on brioche with lemon aioli and a selection of sweets inspired by the show's characters. Available every day in January from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in Astor Court. For reservations, please call 404.563.7799. Friday, January 31 ZOSO. ZOSO, The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience performs Led Zeppelin I - IV!

ZOSO will be performing Led Zeppelin 1 through 4 on Friday, January 31 and Led Zeppelin 4 through In Through The Out Door on Saturday, February 1! Amazing Atlanta Scavenger Hunt Tour. Experience downtown Atlanta in a whole new way on this scavenger hunt walking tour. Use your smart phone to solve clues and complete challenges as you make your way to famous and hidden gems of the city. Purchase the game online. Pricing is per team of 2 to 5 people. Passion Pit. Michael Angelakos hears music in his head and knows exactly how he wants it to sound. The young composer/performer has already created two studio masterpieces Manners and Chunk of Change and with his fellow musicians in Passion Pit is taking his perfectionist pop vision to a whole new level in concert. Saturday, February 1 The Atlanta Hawks. Don't miss the Atlanta Hawks take on the Minnestota Timberwolves at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 1st at Philips Arena.

Roswell Restaurant Week. Don't miss Roswell's finest fare at exceptional prices during the third annual Roswell Restaurant Week. The two-week promotion will showcase the outstanding cuisine of over 30 of the area's best eateries that will each offer a special, prix fixe or discounted menu options. Chinese New Year . 2014 is the Year of the Horse, and Chinese New Year's falls on Jan 31st this year. To celebrate, the Chinese community will be celebrating the New Year at the Chinese Cultural Center on Saturday and Sunday February 1-2 from 10am-4pm. The Program includes Lion dance, dragon dance, folk songs and dances, arts and crafts exhibition and delicious food! Sunday, February 2 Vixens Valentease Burlesque Show. It'll be a night of vivacious, voluptuous vixens as Syrens of the South Productions stages its Vixens Valentease Burlesque Show. Mere days before that big holiday of love and lust -- Valentine's Day -- the Vixens Valentease is sure to quicken your pulse and ripen your cheeks. Whether you're looking for inspiration for the holiday or to rebel against it, these ladies and gentlemen will provide an eyeful of festive striptease -- with a focus on the "tease."

Admission to the show is $20 in advance, $25 at the door or $15 with a donation of scoop able cat litter to Good Mews Animal Foundation. The Roswell Tap. Join The Roswell Tap and The Bears Cares Organization of Roswell North Elementary School for Super Bowl Sunday and help prepare our youth for a better learning experience. $30 Donation Includes: Super Bowl buffet, trivia contest at halftime with $100 restaurant credit to the winner. For more information about the author, Denielle D'Ambrosio, please visit my Google+ profile page.