Atlanta continues to hop, Sunday, even with no basketball to satisfy the fix for the estimated 100,000 fans in town for the men's NCAA Basketball Tournament.
After Saturday night's action, and ahead of Monday night's championship game, all of those visitors will be looking for activities around the city.
Some fans will take advantage of the free concerts and other events at Centennial Olympic Park, while others might choose to spend some money.
"Hotels, drinks, food, good times in the city," Isiah Aiala, from New York, tells Channel 2 Action News. "We might go to the aquarium. We might go to the Coca-Cola factory."
Some Atlanta officials say this weekend's Final Four could generate over $80 million for the city. Tourists told Channel 2's Amanda Cook they've set aside as much as $1,500 to spend around town.
In addition to those tourists, the roads could also be jammed with spring breakers. While some Atlanta school kids are wrapping up their break from school, others are just starting, so the interstates could be jammed with travelers heading into and out of the city.
Travel officials advise anyone heading to downtown Atlanta to take MARTA to avoid possible interstate congestion.