After last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, the Pace Academy Fall Fair is back! This year’s Carnival Knights theme will include all your favorite attractions at one of the most anticipated events for families throughout the Atlanta community.
Located just 6 miles from the Pace Academy campus, this year’s event is only open to members of the Pace community. Come rain or shine, enjoy some festive Halloween fun at Carnival Knights!
The anticipated Atlanta tradition brings a variety of fun family activities for all ages – complete with all your Fall favorites: an inflatable obstacle course, karaoke, food trucks, dancing, carnival games, and more! Don’t miss out on your chance to climb the ninja wall, play nine holes of putt-putt, take a soak in the splash tank, and enjoy the Tri Cities High School hosted by the girls flag football varsity team.
Throughout the weekend, enjoy special ghoul appearances around the neighborhood, participate in the costume contest, explore the Haunted Artist Market, and be sure to check out the Monster Ball. In the weeks leading up to the festival, keep an eye out for the L5P Cocktail Parade!
A $10 donation gets you a Monster Map, limited edition cup, and sticker. Use your Monster Map throughout the festival to find drinks at participating locations as you enjoy pop-up performances, art, face painting, and more!
Monster Hunt Monster creations from local artists will be stationed all over Little Five Points. Hunt them down and take selfies to prove your mission! Once you complete the Hunt, you’ll receive a mini collectible art magazine and Jack Daniels gift bag.
So grab your costume and get to haunting – No parade, no problem!
Headlining this year’s event will be performances from: Travis Scott, Panic! At the Disco, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, and Vampire Weekend. A variety of diverse performers will also be featured across four stages stages. Joining the two-day music extravaganza will include a lineup of new rock, pop, and rap acts from Taylor Bennett, Yola, Jaden Smith ,and Charlie Puth – among others! Continue reading “2021 Music Midtown Lineup Announced”»
The Atlanta Greek Festival presents A Road Trip to Greece – Turning the beloved annual festival into a drive-thru offering for 2021! While guests cannot break bread or dance together this year, sharing a meal is still a gift during times when we need each other more than ever.
Whether you’re looking to feed an office crowd for lunch or enjoy a romantic dinner for two at home, Atlanta’s Road Trip to Greece brings you centuries-old recipes made with love to please all foodies!
The heart of Buckhead is one of Atlanta’s most prestigious areas, home to one of the largest art buying communities in the city. Join visitors from all over the country to celebrate with outdoor festivities at the Buckhead Fine Arts Festival!
For the safety of everyone, things will be a bit smaller this year – but the fun will still be huge! Start the weekend off with the Festival 5K, stroll through the artists market, and catch some live music! Kids can work up an appetite with fun and activities before enjoying delicious food from local vendors. Admission is free, and all ages are welcome!
With a variety of festival fun, Flying Colors will delight visitors of all ages! Enjoy being surrounded by hundreds of butterflies throughout weekend of delicious food, family fun, live music, and more.
With over 80 virtual, self-guided, and outdoor events, the Atlanta Science Festival returns for kids and adults alike! The two-week festival is a celebration of local science and technology, bringing curious minds of all ages together each spring.