Festivals in Georgia and metro Atlanta
Billed as as the best place to see and buy boats, gear and accessories, this annual show at the Georgia World Congress Center also offers boats for sale.
Since the first St. Patrick’s Day parade in 1858, the City of Atlanta has supported the Hibernian Benevolent Society of Atlanta’s St.
The Inman Park Spring Festival always take place on the last weekend of April in Atlanta's Inman Park Neighborhood.
Named for the trees that sport beautiful white and pink flowers during the spring in Atlanta, this annual festival at Piedmont Park is a festival of arts and crafts, music, concessions and activities.
Artists and craftsmen arrive from areas around the Southeast, joining with Roswell and North Fulton artists to present a magnificent show.
What better way to cool off in the middle of summer than with a a festival built around ice cream. This festival at Piedmont Park also has a second theme of health and fitness.
Dragon Con is an annual sci-fi, fantasy & comic fan convention in Atlanta. Founded in 1987, it draws thousands of fans. The event began as a project of the group, the Dragon Alliance of Gamers & Role-players. Next DragonCon is Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 2014
All you need to know about Atlanta's music festival - Friday, Sept. 20 and Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013 Gates open Friday at 4 p.m., Saturday at noon. Music Midtown takes place at Piedmont Park. Festival site includes the 10th Street Meadow and Oak Hill
Oct. 3-6, 2013: Every fall, the Atlanta Greek Community opens its doors, its arms and its kitchens to the city with the Atlanta Greek Festival at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation.
Oct. 19: Decatur Craft Beer Festival Popular community tasting event on Decatur Square has a limited number of tickets sold online and always sells out early.
Oct. 3-13, 2013: This major regional fair and festival includes daily concerts, Midway carnival rides,, a petting zoo, food and additional attractions and entertainment.
Crisp, autumn weekends provide the respite from work we crave, and this guide to fall festivals in Atlanta and Georgia will help you celebrate the best of life — fun, food, family and entertainment.
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