With so many parties and events, it can be tricky narrowing down your New Year’s Eve plans around Atlanta! We have you covered with the Top 8 New Years Eve Events in Atlanta to shake up the holiday as you ring in 2020.
While the Peach Drop is a beloved Atlanta classic, some party-goers may want a little something different. After you’ve made your dinner reservations, enjoy unique twists on beloved events, wear your best cocktail attire, or even find some fun for the kids!
And we don’t just stop at New Year’s Eve – We have plans from the weekend well into New Years Day. From breaking old resolutions to making some new ones, Atlanta has plenty to celebrate as we enter the new year!
The first weekend of December is upon us, and we couldn’t be more excited for all the festivities ahead! From holiday celebrations to fun for all ages, take advantage of the cool weather all weekend long with our Top 14 Happenings Around Atlanta This Weekend: Thursday – Sunday, December 5th – 8th, 2019.
Kick off the weekend with some holiday shopping and treats in Decatur’s world of festivities, then sip and sample your way through the city all weekend long. With a variety of events all throughout town, there’s something for everyone – from family fun for all ages to cocktails without the kids! Whatever your tastes, we have you covered with a full weekend ahead.
Ring in the new year with an incredible selection of wines, music, great company, and delicious food at the Atlanta Wine Festivals New Year’s Eve! The holiday celebration features live music by Coast Guard and a DJ on the Main Stage, a premium buffet from City Winery’s own chefs, and a variety of cocktails and beer.
From Krog Street Market to Park Tavern, the East Side Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine connects some of the best restaurants and bars in town. Join your friends and local community to try them all at the Winter Edition of Pub Crawl on the BeltLine!
The Winter Edition Pub Crawl will feature amazing food and drink specials with up to 5 complimentary beverages at locations along the crawl. Enjoy the holidays in Atlanta as you crawl your way along the Beltline!
Race Route The course starts at Krog Street and follows the Beltline Eastside Trail through Piedmont Park, looping back to finish on the new section of the BeltLine adjacent to the Stoveworks Building and Edge OTB.
Stay active while exploring the various trail segments of the Atlanta BeltLine! Runners, walkers, strollers, and dogs are all welcome to the 10K Run/Walk winding through the BeltLine neighborhoods including:Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, Poncey-Highland and Virginia Highland.
Known as one of Atlanta’s most charming and historic neighborhoods, the Virginia Highlands will be the perfect spot to enjoy gorgeous architecture and interior design while spreading some holiday cheer!