Release date is October 24, 2017, but join Garden & Gun a day early, October 23, 2017 at the Atlanta History Center, and enjoy the launch of their fourth book, S IS FOR SOUTHERN, which includes over 500 entries spanning every letter of the alphabet, from absinthe to zydeco, and over 100 signature essays from
Atlanta Events & Happenings
StyleBlueprint Atlanta has the best and most fun things to do in Atlanta—everything from concerts and festivals to boutique trunk shows and wine tastings. Instead of an overwhelming list, we’ve curated it into a manageable size so you can always find an event you'll enjoy with ease.
Head to the Atlanta History Center on October 29 to learn about and experience a Day of the Dead Festival, presented in partnership with the Consul General of Mexico and the Institute of Mexican Culture. Guests will enjoy traditional dancing, crafts, and authentic Mexican food and entertainment, and view a display of altars honoring lost
Owl-O-Ween brings Atlanta a wild weekend of hot air balloons and giant costume party! Come for aerial performances, circus-like acts, hot air balloons and more. Get your tickets here!
Voodoo is a musical gumbo stirring together music, art, community, cuisine and all the mystery and adventure that Halloween weekend in New Orleans conjures up. With more than 65 bands over three days, Voodoo is more than just a Festival – it is an experience! Grab your tickets here!
Sips Under the Sea is a unique cocktail party for adults to enjoy Georgia Aquarium after hours with your family, friends or significant other. You’ll have the entire aquarium to yourself while enjoying cocktails, tapas and entertainment — and all without kids! Grab your tickets today for a night of “boos, booze and scary dance
The Color Purple is the 2016 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival! This joyous American classic has conquered Broadway in an all-new production that is described as “ravishingly reconceived” and “a glory to behold” by the New York Times. Directed by Tony winner John Doyle, the show brings a soul-raising score of jazz, gospel,
Although summer is the unofficial music festival season, there are a select few that fill our fall calendar as well. Each year on Halloween weekend, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience takes place in New Orleans’ City Park. Festival goers celebrate music, art, community and cuisine in The Big Easy. During the three-day event, attendees will
The Little 5 Points Halloween Festival & Parade is one of the signature Halloween festivals in the southeast and one of the top ten Halloween events in the country! It is staged in Little 5 Points, one of Atlanta’s premiere business, arts and music districts. Each October, over 35,000 people flock to Little 5 Points
Enjoy an afternoon of beer tasting and music on the square in downtown Decatur! Each general admission ticket ($50) includes a special tasting glass and unlimited sips from more than 80 breweries. Get the ultimate beer festival experience with a VIP ticket ($100). More details here.
Experience the mystery of a guided night hike! Each group of 20-25 people will have a guide lead them on a lighted trail. Meet costumed characters including everyone’s favorites, the Box Turtle and Dragonfly during your 45-minute hike. More details here.
Head to Stone Mountain to see it transformed into an impressive mix of sights and sounds that come with the Scottish Highland Games! Don a tartan if you have one, and come ready for bagpipes, feats of strength and physical challenges aplenty. More details here.
It’s that time of year when Atlanta’s favorite fun family Halloween festival returns! Sample treats throughout the Zoo, and enjoy the sights, characters and adventures of the whimsical Zoo Boo Town on October 21-22 and 28-29, with more than 1,000 animals from around the world. Don’t forget your costume! More details here.