The 3rd annual Beltline Boil returns to the Fourth Ward Skate Park on Saturday, April 2nd. Join thousands of your neighbors alongside the Beltline’s Eastside Trail for live music, local eats, and cold drinks! The festival runs from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. with the Chef’s Competition from 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Event admission is $10 per ticket and includes an entire day filled with live music, access to food truck and drink concessions, and entry to the local marketplace. Enjoy shopping and mingling among relevant Atlanta artists, businesses, and community organizations. As you taste your way through the day, Center Stage will fill the air with music, featuring roots, blues, jazz, and bayou funk.
The Chef’s Competition will heat up the day with the friendly Chef’s Low Country Boil Competition for Charity. For $30, you can pick up a Competition Tasting Ticket, which will include your all-day entry into the festival and the opportunity to sample (and vote on) dishes from the chef’s competition low country boil! The winning restaurant will receive $5,000 toward their favorite local charity.
2016 Competing Restaurants Include:
- 4th & Swift
- Apres Diem
- Bada Bings!
- Carroll Street Cafe
- Loca Luna
- Madre & Mason
- The Nook
- Savi Provisions
- Tapa Tapa
The Beltline Boil is located in the green space beside the Fourth Ward Skate Park alongside the Atlanta Beltline between Ponce De Leon & Inman Park. Celebrate the Spring day by walking, running, and biking along the Atlanta Beltline to the day’s festivities. Parking will be available in private lots surrounding the event.