The Atlanta Food and Wine Festival is calling attention to all the best food, wine, beer and spirits of the South. The four-day festival includes more than 250 chefs, mixologists and industry leaders from the Southern states. More than 10,000 patrons are gathering in Atlanta to share in this Southern spread.
The Candler Park Music and Food Festival is back again! In addition to your typical festival attractions like food trucks and artist markets, the Candler Park Music and Food Fest has an exclusive Terrapin Brew Lounge and adult field games! Musical guests include Dispatch, Greensky Bluegrass, Dr. Dog and more.
The Peachtree Corners Festival brings something a little different to their annual festival: a performance car and bike show. You can get up close and personal with some classic automobiles and power cruisers. The festival’s main goal is to raise money for education and the beautification of Peachtree Corners. This event takes place at: 6236 … Continued
If you’re tired of the same old summer festivals, why not try your nose at the 9th Annual Roswell Lavender Festival. Inspired by the lavender queen, Evelyn Simpson, a descendant of Barrington King. The festival will feature varieties of lavender and its uses some modern and some folk remedies. In addition to the usual festival … Continued
On Saturday, June 8, 20 of Sandy Springs’ finest local restaurants will be feeding and jamming on the City Green in the heart of Sandy Springs. Tickets to the event include food, wine, beer, and cocktail treats from local vendors, and of course, live music from The Biffs and DJ Jimmy. Proceeds will benefit the … Continued
The Juneteenth Atlanta Parade and Music Festival commemorates and celebrates the end of slavery on June 19, 1865. The festival focuses on African-American history and culture. Events include an Afro fashion show, genealogy research, a parade, and an artist’s market. The Juneteenth festival is also another great way to support local, black-owned businesses.
The annual Uncorked Atlanta Wine Festival takes place at Fourth Ward Park this spring and Park Tavern overlooking the beautiful Piedmont Park this fall! From 12 to 4 p.m. you can enjoy unlimited wine and craft beer tastings, music performances, and fun wine-themed activations. Tickets Include: • Souvenir Tasting Glass • Unlimited Wine and Craft … Continued
Each weekend from April through June you can step inside the gates of Newcastle and find yourself transported back to 16th-century England at the Georgia Renaissance Festival! The 32-acre village is filled with over 150 artisan craft shoppes, 10 stages of endless entertainment, wonderful pubs and taverns, plus food galore! You’ll laugh out loud at … Continued
Roswell’s much-loved monthly street festival, Alive in Roswell, returns to energize downtown Roswell once again this April. This year, Gate City Brewing Company and Carl Black of Roswell return as presenting sponsors! Alive in Roswell is held on the third Thursday of each month from April through October, and runs concurrently on Canton Street, at … Continued
Concerts By the Springs is a free monthly concert series happening this summer at Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park features bands to get a crowd on their feet! Bands featured are The Return (Beatles Tribute), Saved by the Band (Cover 80s, 90s), Departure (Journey Tribute), Atlanta Brass Cats (10-piece band Cover), and Band X … Continued
Atlanta Game Fest is a chance for boardgame fans to gather, socialize, see old friends (as well as make new ones) and really stretch out and get in four full days of fun and games. We get a great group of friendly folks who make getting into a game easy. There will also be an … Continued
The blockbuster event Atlanta Great American Tiny House Show is going coast to coast! On display will be tiny homes, container homes, modular homes and portable structures. Additional exhibits will include building equipment, tools, supplies, real estate brokers, accessories, travel destinations and recreational products.
Join us for Ice Atlanta for their Summer Indie Craft Experience! This two-day event features craft, art and vintage vendors from all over the Southeast and beyond, plus a great selection of local food vendors, swag bags designed by Paper Bones ATL and Gina Kirlew for the first 250 attendees each day, and DJ Zano! … Continued
The Atlanta Fringe Festival is dedicated to connecting adventurous artists with appreciative audiences for the betterment of the Atlanta arts community. Through special events and the festival itself, Atlanta Fringe provides many opportunities for artists and audiences to engage, network, and strengthen the relationships that will help ensure a thriving arts community in the city. … Continued
Immerse yourself into the world of quilting as the most talented quilters from around the state compete for cash prizes at the Georgia Celebrates Quilts. More than 325 juried quilts will be on display in the quilt gallery. The event also includes a Quilted Treasures boutique featuring unique handmade items, a Block Party display of … Continued
The Summer Wined-Up is Newnan’s downtown wine-tasting event, and takes place each year during the month of June. Individual tastings occur at a different downtown business, where guests should expect to perform a “wine walk” that moves through over 30 host locations. The merchants who host this event will feature different hor d’oeuvres and a … Continued
Owners of short attention spans can rejoice with this smorgasbord of 10-minute plays, from comedy to horror to drama to farce at Tapas IV: The Great Divide. From shows about modern connection and disconnection to a new take on Shakespeare, come fill your theatrical plate with our summer amuse bouche!
Now in its ninth year, Tunes from the Tombs is a day of incredible music and performances at one of the city’s most unique music venues: Atlanta’s historic Oakland Cemetery. In addition to three stages of great talent, you can also enjoy Atlanta craft beer and local food trucks, visit some of Oakland’s famous residents … Continued
Concerts in the Garden celebrates another stellar season on the Great Lawn. Kick back under the stars for a series of great shows. Schedule: Friday, 5/24: Old Crow Medicine Show Sunday, 6/2: Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder I’m With Her Friday, 6/14: The Mighty O.A.R. American Authors Friday, 6/28: Mandolin Orange Wednesday, 7/10: The Wood … Continued
Each year, during National Pollinator Week, Bee City USA-Decatur (“Beecatur”) presents a number of free, public events designed to raise awareness about the important roles pollinators play in our city and in our world. Beecatur is kicking off this year’s National Pollinator Week celebration on Saturday, June 15 with a mini-festival on Decatur Square. Festival … Continued
Originally celebrated in Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865, Juneteenth is a nationally-recognized commemorative day celebrating the abolishment of slavery in the Confederate south at the end of the Civil War. Historic Oakland Foundation hosts a Juneteenth celebration at Oakland Cemetery on Saturday, June 15. Join them for tours of the African American Grounds. Explore … Continued
It’s 80 years and counting, since the Academy Award-winning movie, Gone With the Wind, premiered, yet the 1939 film classic starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable remains one of the most popular movies of all time. This milestone will be celebrated with cast members, theater and film stars, authors and lecturers, and even an Oscar … Continued
Relax, relate, release an enjoy a wonderful evening of music at Jazz Matters, Inc., 4th Annual Jazz Matters At The Wren’s Nest in Atlanta’s Historic West. Enjoy musical performances, by regional, national and international artists, highlighting the diversity and cultural roots of jazz music, and musical genres influenced by it. View Schedule
The Spivey Hall Summer World Music Festival creates a three-day musical journey around the world. Visit Africa, Germany, Korea, Mexico, Romania, and America’s bluegrass country! Two world music performances per day plus instrument petting zoos, musical crafts, and a globally-inspired menu at Clayton State’s University Center. This is a great field trip experience for day … Continued
The Festival on Ponce is an Atlanta arts and crafts festival set in the historic park, Olmsted Linear Park. Visitors will enjoy the gorgeous landscape designed by one of America’s most celebrated landscape architects, Fredrick Olmsted Sr. along with over 125 displays of fine arts and crafts, folk and “outsider art.” In addition to the … Continued