Things to do this weekend includes concerts, a seasonal flower and fall event and a Pagan Pride event.
The Pyramid Scheme will be presenting Billy Talent, The Dirty Nil, and Badflower at 7 p.m. Saturday. Billy Talent is a rock band from Mississauga, Canada. The Dirty Nil is also from Canada, hailing from Ontario. Badflower is a rock band from Los Angeles. Tickets are $20 in advance, and $23 day of the show. Guests of all ages are welcome.
The Intersection is hosting Mega 80’s with special guest DJ Jay Vee at 8 p.m. Saturday. Mega 80’s is an 80’s cover band the started in Detroit. DJ Jay Vee, from Grand Rapids, performs top 40, electronic, hip hop and country. Tickets are $12. Guests 21 and up are welcome.
Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park will be hosting its annual Chrysanthemums celebration starting this Friday, Sept. 16 through Oct. 30. The event will feature a large array of chrysanthemums as well as a showcase of Michigan’s fall beauty. The event is family friendly with many events available during its run. For information about specific events, times, and costs, visit the Frederik Meijer Gardens’ website.
Richmond Park, 1732 Tamarack Ave NW, will be the site of the 16th annual Grand Rapids Pagan Pride Day at 10 a.m. Saturday. The event will feature workshops, rituals, and vendors celebrating Pagan rituals and beliefs. The event also invites attendees to bring canned goods for a canned food drive. The event is open to guests of all ages and beliefs.