Spring Festivals Around Atlanta

Metro Atlanta has so many things to do every weekend, and this list is only a fraction of the events that occur in and around our incredible city. I love Atlanta and hope you do, too! The real estate market is hot right now. If you are considering buying or selling a home, now is the time of year to act! Real estate is truly my passion; call me today to find out how my marketing and local and global connections can help you buy or sell a home.

APRIL FESTIVALS

ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL MORE INFO
The Atlanta Film Festival is one of the region’s largest and longest-running preeminent celebrations of cinema in the Southeastern United States. More than 25,000 festival attendees enjoy independent, animated, documentary, and short films each year.


ATLANTA DOGWOOD FESTIVAL MORE INFO
The Dogwood Festival has evolved into one of the largest events in the Southeast. You’ll find the country’s best painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelry makers and glass blowers, as well as live performance art exhibitions, interactive music workshops and a food festival.


GEORGIA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Join hundreds of colorfully-clad characters for a medieval European Country Faire. Feast on hearty food and drink, shop for hand-crafted treasures and become mesmerized by artisans at work. Ten stages of music and comedy, performing animals and games ensure fun for the entire family!


INMAN PARK FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Widely regarded as Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic event, the Inman Park Festival boasts a weekend of family fun. Atlanta’s biggest street market, the city’s quirkiest parade, a juried art show, live entertainment and dance festival are just a few of the things you’ll find.


SWEETWATER 420 FEST MORE INFO
Celebrate Earth Day with the Atlanta-based brewery’s annual festival in Centennial Olympic Park! Enjoy live music, an artist market, comedy tent and 5K race, all while safely enjoying the best of Sweetwater’s beverages.


MAY FESTIVALS

ATLANTA CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL MORE INFO
The annual Caribbean Carnival continues to offer even more music and marvels. Kick off this Memorial Day weekend with Mas and Music – a celebration of Caribbean culture, cuisine and costumes. Festival highlights include the annual parade of bands through downtown, an artist market and tons of dance demos.


SHAKY KNEES MUSIC FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Shaky Knees Music Festival features more than 30 bands, comprised of national, regional and local favorites, over two days at Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown. In addition to a stellar musical lineup, the festival includes food trucks, artisans and more.


SHAKY BEATS MUSIC FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Shaky Beats Music Festival hosts over 30 international touring DJs’ dropping their latest EDM tracks for three days at Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown. In addition to a brilliant lineup, the festival includes food trucks, photo booths, and more.


CHASTAIN PARK ARTS FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Located at beautiful Chastain Park, the Buckhead Spring Arts & Crafts Festival features more than 175 artists and artisans, live music, activities for children and much more.


ATLANTA JAZZ FESTIVAL MORE INFO
Celebrating more than 40 years of soulful expression, the Atlanta Jazz Festival is the perfect way to start your Memorial Day weekend. Explore Piedmont Park and visit vendors displaying some of the city’s finest arts and crafts, food and drink and merchandise.


DECATUR ARTS FESTIVAL MORE INFO
The Decatur Arts Festival celebrates culture, community and creativity with a weekend exploding with artistic expressions. The weekend starts with the ArtWalk, where local shops host free receptions for new art shows. You’ll also find music, performance art, dancing and special events just for kids and teens.


SWEET AUBURN SPRINGFEST MORE INFO
Sweet Auburn Springfest is a celebration of more than 25 years of great festivals on Auburn Avenue. Live entertainment, Southern hospitality and tons of activities are just a few sweet things you’ll find.


You can find additional details about these and other Atlanta festivals on the official Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) website.

https://www.atlanta.net/events/festivals/spring/