I'm an introvert, so being around large groups and new people tends to drain my batteries and leave me feeling exhausted. Concerts and conventions are still well worth the exhaustion though, especially if I'm there with close friends.
My friends and I have a weekly board game night, where we get together have dinner and, well, play a game or two. We are trying to start an RPG night as well hopefully starting once we get through the holidays.
In my spare time I also used to demo board games at different conventions and game stores. With the sale of the company I demoed for, this has changed a little, but I still occasionally run demos.
Pop Punk like We Are The In Crowd, I enjoy the driving guitar with lyrics I can actually understand. Ludo adds some comedy into the Pop Punk mix, and Guster is kind of an outlier but I've been a fan since high school.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Calvin and Hobbes
Guardians of the Galaxy (and the other Marvel movies)
Lord of the Rings
The Big Bang Theory
Loading Ready Run (comedy sketches)
Digital Drift (podcasts)
Lou Reads the Internet for You (podcasts)
Anything with a good story
*Anything can be an adventure, even going to the store if you have the right people with you
Also I played Fable 2