When: September – November, 2017
Performances and festivities kick off with the annual Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade on Saturday, September 9th and continue through mid-November.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is the largest temporary, outdoor art project across the South and in the history of Atlanta. The spectacular exhibition brings more than 150 works of art to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor from visual artists, performers, and musicians.
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performances return with more events over three weekends. Come out for a full day of events with music, dance, theater, and more!
Live Performing Arts Weekends:
- September 23rd & 24th
- October 7th & 8th
Performances and visual installations will be concentrated at the following locations:
- West Side: Gordon White Park
- East Side: Historic Fourth Ward Park
- Eastside Trail: Under Edgewood Avenue and from Lake Avenue / Irwin Street north to the intersection of 10th Street and Monroe Drive and then north to Montgomery Ferry Drive.
- Eastside Trail through Reynoldstown: From Wylie Street south to Memorial Drive
Bridging the gap between Art and Audience, this unique community project brings a variety of Atlanta residents and visitors together. The exhibition showcases how art strengthens and beautifies industrial areas while creating signature spaces that have transformed Atlanta through the BeltLine. Art on the Atlanta BeltLine touches almost 20 intown communities, providing powerful new perspectives on the city and its vibrant neighborhoods.