OK, so you may have heard there's a little football game going on Sunday. But you still need things to do Friday and Saturday, right? That's why we're here to help.

There's more music this weekend than any one person could go to, so budget your time and choose wisely.

Friday offers two opposite ends of the musical spectrum. The Savannah Philharmonic and VOICExperience offer "Scenes de la Vie de Boheme" at 7:30 p.m. at The Lucas, then IAMSOUND, Star Period Star and Artemia bring some heavy sounds to The Wormhole stage at 10 p.m. We're guessing there's probably not a lot of overlap in these audiences, but you could definitely make it to both should you choose!

If you're looking for some old-time Carolina string sounds, it will be worth the trip to Randy Wood's Pickin' Parlor in Bloomingdale for Town Mountain on Saturday. And if you can't make it, they offer free online streaming of the shows. Not quite like the real thing, but close.

Saturday also brings shows by two stellar Savannah bands, Velvet Caravan at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, and CUSSES (joined by The Bronzed Chorus and Bear Fight) around 10 p.m. at The Jinx. Light-footed music fans could probably squeeze in both. Unplugged columnist Bill Dawers offers more info on both these shows.

Friday and Saturday offer an interesting mix for film fans: Italian film "The Great Beauty" at Muse Arts, followed by "The Sting" at Trustees. Read more on these movies from Film Scene's Jim Reed.

Up for fun themed party? Then head to Gatsby's for glitz, glamour and pin-ups with Savannah's "Party King" Chris Cook, featuring burlesque shows and drink specials. Don your best mobster or pin-up style to compete in the costume contest!

Also offering something a little different is "Dr. Pete," a professor by day and comedian by night. He's going to try to make you think a little differently about science with "The Power of the Dork Side" on Friday and Saturday at the Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs' Black Box Theatre.

On the arts scene, you can't go wrong with Telfair Museums' PULSE Art + Technology Festival. It was held off a day by the winter weather, but the show will be going strong all weekend, with an extra day added on Monday to make up for the delay.

Celebrate Savannah author Flannery O'Connor with "Southern Discomfort 2014" at ThincSavannah. Admission to this art exhibit and auction is free (despite what our print edition said; our apologies) and you may be able to take home a fantastic piece created by a local artist.

Well, that about wraps it ⦠what? Oh, right, Sunday's little sporting event. If you're not hosting your own Super Bowl get-together, we have a few suggestions.

Just about every bar in town is having a celebration of some sort, but you'll only find "Savannah's Biggest TV Wall" at Rachael's 1190, along with a buffet featuring pizza, wings, Lowcountry boil and steamed oysters.  2ToneFish will play until kickoff, along with a cornhole tourney for cash prizes.

Coach's Corner is hosting its Superfest all weekend, featuring Tony Claxton & The Myth on Friday, Big Engine and Drivin' N Cryin' on Saturday, then an oyster roast and jam with Jason Keith & Ross before Sunday's big game.

If this still isn't enough to get you out of the house this weekend to enjoy Savannah's break from winter weather, head to our Big Calendar and see the full list. You're bound to find something to DO.

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Heather Henley is the editor of Do Savannah. Contact her at heather.henley@savannahnow.com and follow her on Twitter @HeatherDHenley.View the Do Savannah "Big Calendar" mobile app