Valentine’s Day may be looking a little different this year, but we are here to help you kick the holiday up a notch! This year, the holiday falls on a weekend, so skip the same old dinner reservations and celebrate all weekend long. From virtual events to getting out to Atlanta’s favorite attractions, Valentine’s Day during a pandemic can still be a memorable and fun experience!
Whether you’re looking for time together with your sweetheart, a ladies’ night out, or even just a way to shake up your weekend, we have you covered with our list of 7 Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day Around Atlanta in 2021.
Love is in the air – and in the water – this Valentines Day at Georgia Aquarium’s special Valentines Sips Under the Sea! The one-of-a-kind event is now a quieter, more intimate experience with limited capacity to enable social distancing. Bring your Valentine and your face coverings, and enjoy the Aquarium in a way that feels like you have it all to yourself!
Kick off the new year with the very first exhibition of 2021 at Anne Irwin Fine Art! Nothing says “bring on the art” like a show filled with fresh and fun new works from talented gallery artists. “People & Places” brings focus to the the favorite people and places we’ve missed in the past year, welcoming guests to a fabulous new year of art.
Join along for the opening day of this truly special exhibit!
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is celebrating 21 years of storytelling with through a proud tradition of entertaining audiences and fostering community dialogue!
Festival Dates February 17th – 28th, 2021
Prioritizing the health and safety of the Festival’s loyal audience, the annual event has been reimagined to now include virtual screenings to enjoy at home! Select drive-in movies will be available alongside over 30 narrative and documentary features. Audiences will enjoy expanded conversations with filmmakers, special guests, and more!
Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by learning about his life and legacy as well as the many contributions of African Americans in Atlanta! Throughout the city, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a day of remembrance, celebration, and commemoration.
We have you covered with all the happenings around Atlanta in honor of the national Martin Luther King Jr. holiday: January 20th, 2020.
Friday Jazz returns to the High Museum of Art for an entirely new twist on your favorite musical experience – This time, featuring three musical areas, both inside and outside of the Museum! Not your typical Friday Jazz, enjoy inspired performances from duos and trios alike performing throughout the evening.
If you’re anything like us, we are getting ready to shake off those 2020 Blues! So when it comes to the new year in Atlanta, we can think of two things: enjoying everything fresh and getting outdoors! Grab those market bags and get ready to experience the city’s local flavors at their very best with our 2021 Guide to Atlanta’s Best Farmers Markets.
Enjoy a leisurely Saturday morning sipping hot brewed coffee as you stroll through a rainbow of organic produce, listening to live music and exploring local art. Even the kids will enjoy the variety of family-friendly options, including activity centers, baby animals, picnics, and more!
Shopping local has never been easier, and Atlanta turns a weekly stop for food into a remarkable experience for everyone.