Festival Season is Finally Here!
Spring time in Atlanta means there will be plenty of festivals to attend. So here is the rundown on the most popular festivals around the area.
The Atlanta Brunch Festival brings in some of the best restaurants to serve up their best brunch. Bringing their tasty size portions for brunch items and they will also serve – Bloody Marys, Mimosas, beer and wine. Located at Atlantic Station on March 11th, tickets are $25.
Atlanta Dogwood Festival
The Atlanta Dogwood Festival is Atlanta’s annual celebration of the native dogwood trees. This historic festival features art, live music, food booths and family-friendly activities. Located at Piedmont Park the weekend of April 7th – 9th; admission is free.
Inman Park Festival
Keep it local and stay in the neighborhood for this festival. The Inman Park festival is one of Atlanta’s most eclectic and colorful celebrations in one of the oldest Atlanta neighborhoods. The highlights contain many local artists, a tour of the famous Victorian style homes in Inman Park, 5K run, live music and dance. Takes place on April 29th – 30th; admission is free.
Sweet Auburn Springfest
The largest free outdoor festival in the Southeast returns, attracting thousands of attendees to the historic Sweet Auburn District in Atlanta. Offering a great mix of live music, local food and fun for the whole family- this popular festival never disappoints. The mile and half avenue is lined with 10 stages and dozens of vendors with art and fashion. Located in the Sweet Auburn Historical District and taking place on May 13th to the 14th; admission is free.