Friday Jazz returns to the High Museum of Art for an evening of live jazz performances featured in the atrium every third Friday – always with a great lineup. July features the stylistically sophisticated vibes of percussionist, Emrah Kotan!
The ATP World Tour 250 Event is held each summer as part of the U.S. Open Series.
With the updated stadium design, there won’t be a bad seat! Enjoy tennis from the closest seats on the ATP tour with more shade, larger interactive areas on the grounds, and the AJC Grandstand court now offers shaded seating, compliments of Northside Hospital.
The family-friendly event will include special events such as a Free Family Zone, fireworks display, Ladies Day, Kids Weekend, and more.
Enjoy a night of epicurean delights at Summer in the City! Benefiting the Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute at Shepherd Center, guests will enjoy an evening filled with fine wine, delicious food, and an exciting auction.
Throughout the competition, each chef and mixologist is paired up with a local farmer to create a signature tomato-themed dish in their fight to win the Killer Tomato crown and cape. Attendees will enjoy dozens of tomato-based treats and cocktails!
Festivities will also include live music from The Spazmatics and Ford Fry’s chef band, The Foo’d Fighters!, specialty food and beverage sponsors, a live auction, and mingling with the South’s top food writers, photographers, and chefs.
Summer is officially starting, and we couldn’t be more excited! From a leisurely morning with the family at a local farmer’s market to cocktails in the garden, the weekend ahead is packed with fun for all tastes and ages.
Kick off the new season with 80 tons of sand at an outdoor beach party – right in the heart of the city! Sip on cocktails while mingling in Atlanta’s most beautiful gardens, catch an outdoor movie with the family, or wind down with some live jazz. This weekend is one to spend outdoors!
Whatever your tastes, we have you covered with the Top 10 Happenings Around Atlanta This Weekend:Thursday – Sunday, June 20th – 23rd, 2019.
Entertainment will feature marching bands, Atlanta’s best drum lines, ice cream eating contests, live demonstrations, and outdoor activities. Enjoy delicious treats while finding ways to burn off the calories at the Hula Hoop Competition, Jump Rope Fun, Frisbee Toss, Double Dutch Routines, and so much more!
Recruit your team of 8+ friends, grab some beers, and have a day of nostalgic outdoor fun! Atlanta Field Day is just like field day in grade school, built with adults in mind. This year’s event will feature some Field Day classics, as well as a variety of new games including: Bubble Gauntlet, P.D.I. Relay, Grass Twister, Tug-O-War, Eating Contests, Backyard Wheelbarrow Race, Photo Booth Scavenger Hunt, Back is the New Front Relay, Giant Paper Airplane Toss, and more!
2019 promises even more new games and fun surprises!
A: The Atlanta BeltLine is an ongoing project that will connect 45 neighborhoods, including neighborhoods in Buckhead and Midtown Atlanta, by repurposing old railroad corridors into a 22 mile loop of streetcar transit, greenspace, plus walking and biking trails.
Q: Where will the BeltLine go?
A: The BeltLine makes a large loop winding through Atlanta’s Intown neighborhoods. Neighborhoods along the route include Grant Park, East Atlanta, Virginia Highland, Ansley Park and the Buckhead Continue reading “The Atlanta BeltLine”»
Returning to the scenic Atlanta botanical Garden, AgLanta Eats is now celebrating its fourth year as the city’s hyper-local food festival! Bring your appetites for delicious fare crafted from the freshest ingredients from local farms, all prepared by Atlanta’s top chefs.