The 20th annual East Atlanta Strut returns to one of Atlanta’s hottest in-town neighborhoods where there is no shortage of places to eat, drink, shop, and play!
Saturday | September 23rd, 2017
11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Flat Shoals Avenue & Glenwood Avenue
East Atlanta Village
Festival events will include a classic cars show, live local music, an artists market, and more! Step into the adult game area for contests of stamina and strength, shop among local vendors at the festival’s community booths and markets, and cheer alongside the famous Strut Parade.
2:00 p.m. | Glenwood and Patterson Avenues
The parade features everything residents love about East Atlanta from whacky to wheels, and funky to fun! There’s always something exciting in the East Atlanta Strut Parade including: marching bands, Darth Vader, neighborhood kids, dragons on wheels , wondrous Queens of the Strut, and more!
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where kids can enjoy endless free fun! From bouncy houses to face-painting and Pool Noodle Jousting, the Strut Kids Village has it all.
Strut music highlights the best of local artists on multiple stages:
Big Brutus | Buckhead Shaman | The Cherry Bomb (Joan Jett and the Women of Rock Tribute Band)
Chicken & Pigs | Dot.s | Dusty Roads | Front Porch Session Players | The Great Belzoni | Highriders
Low Valley Hearts | Mark and Lady Outlaw | Paralyzer | Talitha Gabrielle
Tray Dahl & The Jugtime Ragband | Twin Criminal | Twin Studies | Virginia Plane
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Strut Artists Market features over 100 diverse artists and crafters, focusing on the handmade and unique. Many artists are local, giving festival guests a glimpse into why the nighborhood is a magnet for creative people!
Food & Drink
Local restaurants and vendors will be located throughout the festival offering up the neighborhood’s best flavors! Refuel with classic festival favorites, sample something out of the ordinary, and enjoy in the neighborhood’s delicious flair!
While admission to the festival is free, $5 wristbands will be available for patrons 21 and over who wish to drink. All proceeds from the event benefit The Strut, a nonprofit organization that plans, organizes and staffs the festival solely by volunteers to show off the place where they love to live.