Always a Reason to Celebrate

Whether you prefer tasting authentic southern cuisine, commemorating historical milestones, shopping for fine art, or touring the world, Atlanta has a festival for you. Throughout the year the city’s favorite parks and historic neighborhoods take turns hosting a rotating celebration of art, music, food and culture.

This fall don’t miss your chance to enjoy

  • Art Festivals
    Kicked off by the nationally renowned, juried artist market at the Dogwood Festival each April,Atlanta art festivals provide a great way to affordably decorate your home and body.
    Next up? The Yellow Daisy Festival, September 10 – 13 in Stone Mountain
  • Music Festivals
    From long-running classics like the Music Midtown to newcomers like PARKLIFE (Oct 18, Piedmont Park), Atlanta knows how to get groovy.
    Next up? One Musicfest, September 12, Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood


  • Cultural Festivals
    Atlanta’s cultural festivals let residents travel miles away without even leaving the perimeter. Experience authentic food, music performances, history lessons, traditional dance and more.
    Next up? The Atlanta Greek Festival, September 24 – 27, The Annunciation Cathedral


  • Food Festivals
    As a haven for foodies, Atlanta is a smorgasbord of local, national, and international fare.
    Next up? The Taste of Atlanta, September 25-27, Tech Square


  • Neighborhood Festivals
    Get to know the flavor of each Intown neighborhood by visiting their annual festival. Look forward to loads of live music, arts/crafts vendors, 5k runs, kids’ activities, food trucks, and more!
    Next up? Fall Fest in Candler Park, Oct 3-4
  • And more!
    With a festival for everyone and every place, Atlanta festivals provide countless ways to celebrate the diversity of our city.
    Next up? Atlanta Pride Festival, October 10 – 11

Still need more options? Check out the complete festival list from the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB).

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