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When the weather in Atlanta turns warm, it’s a clear indication that festival season is on the horizon and while a few festivals have sprung up, a big one is only a few weeks away. The annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival returns to the city at the end of the month and the local culinary scene and foodies alike are sure to be pleased. Treat yourself Atlanta, and indulge!
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The Atlanta skies are sunny, blue and clear with temperatures ideal for sitting on restaurant patios and enjoying cocktails, food and atmosphere. All of these components can be found at the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the city, Fiesta Atlanta. On Sunday May 5th beginning at 10am, come out Centennial Olympic Park and indulge in and celebration like no other. Margaritas, chips and salsa for all!
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The Atlanta tradition returns! That’s right; every resident’s favorite city fair comes back this March for a month long adventure of food, fun and festivities. The Atlanta Fair is once again setting up shop at the Turner Field Gray Parking Lot with the intent to bring just as much joy to Atlantans as in years past. The Atlanta Fair is one of those signature events in the city that truly ushers in the festival season that is quickly approaching, so be sure to stop by and bring out your inner child!
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Despite the frigid temps and lack of outdoor activities, it’s always a nice surprise when a festival that would be perfectly suited for the spring or summer season, pops up during the winter. That’s exactly the case with the Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival, held this year at Midtown’s Atlantic Station. This event is sure to be a great and unexpected way to kick off the impending festival season. If you love any of the three things comprised of the event’s name, you’re sure to have a blast!
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The period for an overabundance of gift-giving and receiving may be over, but it’s officially a new year and with that comes the need for lots of new toys. In this case, the toys happen to be in the form of motorcycles that are ready for to drool over and possibly take home at this year’s Great American Motorcycle Show held at the North Atlanta Trade Center. Not only is this the best place in Atlanta to buy a new hog, but there are also tons of accessories available too, so you can trick out your motorcycle any way you like. It’s only here for a short time, so rev up those engines and get going!
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With the Super Bowl right around the corner, now is about as good a time as any to sample some of the best the beer world has to offer. That’s right beer fans and aficionados; you don’t have to wait until game day to get your fill of all the ale and lager you can handle because the Atlanta Winter Beer Fest is here for the weekend for you to indulge as much as you like. Now that’s something worth toasting to!
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The city of Atlanta may be quite unpredictable
when it comes to the anticipation and expectation of a winter wonderland
courtesy of blankets of white snow, but the city has found ways to create the
scene of winter’s presence just in case the temperatures feel like spring
instead of winter…it’s entirely possible. Right in the heart of Downtown
Atlanta, Centennial Park is once again hosting its Holiday in Lights light show spectacular, set to brightly light the
sky and get residents ready for the short, but festive, holiday season.
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One of the most beautiful destinations in
Atlanta and definitely the best park that the city has to offer, Piedmont Park
is a place where the true beauty of the city can be absorbed in large doses at
a time. Hosting a plethora of events throughout the year, Piedmont Park seems
to have an event for every season, including the current holiday. Seasons of Magic at Piedmont Park is a
collection of holiday-themed activities that celebrate not only the spirit of
the season, but also the beauty of Atlanta.
There is nothing like some festive holiday music
to get you fully into the spirit of the season. There’s something about hearing
familiar holiday tunes sang or played with instruments that signals the true
start of the holiday. Atlanta has a plethora of events to choose from this
holiday season, all created to put you in the mood to celebrate and one more
event just got added to the list. Midtown’s Atlantic Station is hosting a
Winter Wonder Jam featuring holiday-themed music performed before a live
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Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park is known as one of the most beautiful
outdoor destinations not only in the city, but in the entire state of Georgia.
Aside from the breathtaking views, immaculate landscaping and rigorous hiking
trails, Stone Mountain always has a wealth of activities to choose from that
both children and adults can partake in. The holiday season is in full swing
and Stone Mountain Park began a number of activities earlier in November that
run all the way until January 1st. These events celebrate the season
in festive, yet magical way. Take a look at some of the attractions and decide
which ones you’d like to attend with your family and friends.
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