Things to do in Atlanta September 25th - 28th

Looking for things to do in Atlanta this weekend? Consider this your go-to guide for wining, dining and celebrating your way through one of the greatest cities in the south. Looking for a way to enjoy the first weekend of fall? Here are a few of the best things happening around Atlanta this weekend. Enjoy some Anime action, or a couple county fairs, paired with the much anticipated TomorrowWorld. October is sneaking up on us, so that can only mean Oktoberfest is here as well. Enjoy your weekend! Thursday, September 25 AWA- Anime Weekend Atlanta . Anime Weekend Atlanta (AWA) is a Japanese Animation (Anime) & Comics (Manga) convention held in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Parsons Alley Farmers Market .

Come and enjoy locally grown produce and homemade products at Parsons Alley Farmers Market in Duluth! Parsons Alley Farmers Market takes place every Thursday 4-8pm from June-September. It is located at 3087 Main Street next to New Dawn Theater and behind Best of Brews. Gwinnett County Fair . For 11 days, the Fair will highlight the best of Gwinnett County with many great programs, most notably the beauty pageants and livestock shows. If pageants and farm animals are not your thing, you can check out some acrobatic feats at the Circus Incredible or The Edge 2 Wheel Action Show. And, of course, be sure to check out the fair's theme park, packed with roller coasters, game booths, and ferris wheel. Village Theatre Comedy at its Best ! Looking for the best comedy in Atlanta at a cheap price? Then check out Village Theatre. Entertaining Atlantans since 2008, Village Theatre offers long and short form improve comedy, stand-up and sketch comedy. Shows are every Thursday-Sunday night. Prices range from $5- $10 so it is the most affordable entertainment in the city. Oktoberfest at Hammocks Trading Company ! Oktoberfest Comes to Sandy Springs. Nothing quite says "fall is here" like lederhosen, chicken dances and bratwurst.

Hammocks Trading Company in Sandy Springs is doing it up with their Oktoberfest menu from September 20th through October 5th. German dishes like obatzda, a Bavarian cheese and beer spread with dark bread, traditional wiener schnitzel and apfelstrudel mit sahne, apple pastry with raisins and whipped cream are just a sampling of the alpine fare featured this year. Friday, September 26 TomorrowWorld 2014 ! TomorrowWorld is an award-winning festival known for mind-blowing decor, multiple elaborate stages, massive artist line-ups, A-class camping and a 21+ age atmosphere. In 2013, over 120,000 visitors from 75 nations celebrated amongst 8,000 acres of secluded forests and lakes just 30 minutes outside of Atlanta. Johnnyswim . Johnnyswim will be at the Variety Playhouse 9/26. Trader Vic's Atlanta Celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Mai Tai . This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Mai Tai, and Trader Vic's Atlanta is hosting a celebration of the famed drink on Friday, September 26 Guests of Trader Vic's around the globe are hoisting a "Toast Around the World" to honor this world-famous cocktail.

Starting in Tokyo, Mai Tais will be raised high at each Trader Vic's location, ending where it all began in California - the Home of the Original Mai Tai. Sketchworks, Episode II: Attack of the Clowns . It's the dawn of a new era for Sketchworks, so we bring you Sketchworks, Episode II: Attack of the Clowns. Atlanta's premier sketch comedy troupe has a blockbuster show in store filled with out-of-this-world, original sketch comedy representing the best of Sketchworks. Saturday, September 27 4th Annual Atlanta Hip Hop Day Festival . The 4th Annual Atlanta Hip Hop Day Festival is a free festival that pays tribute to the four elements of Hip Hop and Atlanta's contribution to Hip Hop as a whole. The Festival is held downtown Atlanta at Robert Woodruff Park. The four sides of the park are dedicated to the four elements of Hip Hop displaying B-Boy & B-Girl exhibits, Emcee Battles, Turntablism and Graffiti artists. Redbull Throwdown.