Looking for something to do around Atlanta? Here are some things to do around Atlanta for those who are interested in getting out. But with things constantly changing, please confirm the event is still happening before attending and it’s best to always take a mask.
Every Saturday through July 31, the community is invited to enjoy an evening of delectable bites and classic movies at Uptown Atlanta. Event attendance is free, but reservations are required.
May 22 - Grease Sing-A-Long May 29 - Good Morning, Vietnam
Catch a performance of Pinocchio at the Center for Puppetry Arts!
Your ticket includes the performance, entry to the Worlds of Puppetry Museum, and the Create-A-Puppet Workshop. Masks are required, and tickets can be reserved online!
Jam out at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park! Sunset Sessions is a FREE weekly alternative music concert series with an incredible lineup of live music. This year Sunset Sessions will run through September and take place under Park Tavern’s spacious, air-conditioned Garden Tent.
May 19 to 23
Global Water Center’s Mobile Discovery Center
Global Water Center’s 25,000 square-foot Mobile Discovery Center will visit the Mall of Georgia May 19 to 23 with exciting hands-on water activities, augmented reality and interactive games to raise awareness about the global water crisis. During the free event, visitors can play water challenge games to test their knowledge of safe water issues and participate in water testing stations, solar-powered systems and more.
Created for artists by artists, the festival will feature more than 85 painters, photographers, sculptors, metalwork, glass artists, jewelers, and more. Festival-goers will also have the opportunity to view artist demonstrations and enjoy gourmet food trucks, live acoustic music, dance performances, and much more. The festival is free to attend, open to all ages, and dogs are welcome.
Check out the Atlanta Air Show at Falcon field. The show will feature on-the-ground aircraft displays and flight demonstrations. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time, online.
Back by popular demand are beer sampling from some of Atlanta’s favorite breweries; live music; free carousel and train rides; and evening animal viewing for guests ages 21 and up. All four 2021 events will take place exclusively on the Zoo’s outdoor pathways. Brew at the Zoo will happen Friday, June 25; Friday, July 23; and Friday, August 27 as well.
As the live music experience is slowly able to come back to life, Wildwood Revival is launching its first socially-distanced Summer Concert Series, Into the Wildwood, comprising multiple concerts located at Cloverleaf Farm just outside of Athens, Georgia. Old Crow Medicine Show with special guest Caleb Caudle plays on May 28.
The Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta is offering a pop-up cocktail lounge and pool party featuring one of Atlanta’s best DJs, DJ EU. Whether you’re looking to sip Braves-themed cocktails or just lounge 582 feet from home plate at 582 Waterside Lounge, Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta has it all this weekend.
Seven Avalon restaurants will come together to create an al fresco dining experience that supports struggling restaurant workers. From 6:30 to 9 p.m., foodies are invited to the Alpharetta mixed-use destination for the third annual Savor the Boulevard, a one-of-a-kind culinary celebration benefiting Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that provides emergency assistance to restaurant workers in crisis. With tables spanning Avalon Boulevard, the open-air dinner party invites guests to indulge in an exceptional street-level dining experience, with prix fixe four-course meals and beverage pairings from Biltong Bar, Branch & Barrel, Colletta, Cru Wine Bar, Oak Steakhouse, Rumi’s Kitchen and South City Kitchen.
Tuesday - Sundays
The Garden is now hosting live music every night of Cocktails in the Garden...Enjoy Atlanta’s favorite outdoor escape, along with great music from local musicians. Masks are required, tickets can be bought online.
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