The 7th Annual Spring Festival on Ponce returns to feature 125 displays of fine arts and crafts, delicious local fare, and fun for the whole family!
April 7th – 8th, 2018
Saturday | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday | 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Set against the beautiful backdrop of historic Olmsted Linear Park, Festival admission is free and all ages are welcome.
Step into Spring as you take in the gorgeous landscape designed by one of America’s most celebrated landscape architects, Frank Olmstead Sr. In addition to fine arts and crafts, visitors are invited to enjoy live acoustic entertainment, a fun-filled children’s area, and local food from Atlanta’s favorite gourmet food trucks.
An incredible variety of works will be showcased by the festival’s artists, including: pottery, jewelry, fine art and paintings, woodwork, glassware, metal, fiber, and photography prints among other handmade items, fine vintage pieces, and baked goods.
MUSIC & FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES
Acoustic music from local musicians will fill the air and create a relaxing environment as guests browse through the festival’s markets. In past years, the Festival on Ponce has offered fun crafts, games and activities, inflatable rides, and endless fun on the playground – and the 2017 celebration is sure to step up the fun!
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Food vendors are bringing the flavor with treats from festival classics like funnel cake and grilled goodiess to options for the most health-conscious of festival-goers. Non-alcoholic refreshments are available for all festival-goers, while guests 21 and up are welcome to enjoy many of the wine and beer selections available.
ATLANTA FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC SPACES
The 2018 Spring Festival on Ponce is a rain-or-shine even and organized by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces. Also supported by the Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces, these organizations strive to provide financial scholarships, awards, educational programs, tools for artists as well as maintain sponsorship for various events. Their mission works toward organizing and hosting events by artists for artists, to support the regional arts community, create a direct link between artist and buyer, and provide opportunities for growth and partnerships.