Celebrate diversity at the Atlanta Pride Festival. Atlanta Pride Festival, the largest pride festival in the Southeast, returns to Piedmont Park each October following National Coming Out Day.
The highlight of the Atlanta Pride Festival for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender persons is the Pride Parade on Saturday, which goes up Peachtree Street to Piedmont Park.
AFROPUNK “Carnival of Consciousness” in Atlanta takes place at 787 Windsor. It will be held Saturday 14- Sunday, Oct 15 for two days of live music, conversation and good vibes.
Described by The New York Times as “the most multicultural festival in the US,””AFROPUNK has expanded beyond Brooklyn, offering dates in Paris and London. AFROPUNK ATLANTA promises an eclectic line-up and an audience as diverse as the acts they come to see. Join us to add your voice to the sound behind the movement. And most importantly, come ready to party.
Join Historic Oakland Foundation for the 10th annual Run Like Hell 5K! The largest cemetery run in the country, Run Like Hell is one of Atlanta’s favorite neighborhood 5K fundraisers.
Run Like Hell is a Peachtree Road Race qualifier. The race begins at Lion Square and covers several areas of Oakland Cemetery, including the historic Jewish grounds, Confederate section, new Beaumont Allen Greenhouse, Hogpen Corner, Knit Mill, and Roger’s Hill, as well as the Memorial Drive Greenway to the state capitol. The keyhole course is entirely paved and gently rolling with soft turns, a much faster course than previous years!
Walkers, leashed dogs, and strollers are welcome. The race closes out at 1,600 participants, so be sure to register early!
The Festival on Ponce is an Atlanta arts and crafts festival set in the historic park, Olmsted Linear Park. Visitors will enjoy the gorgeous landscape designed by one of America’s most celebrated landscape architects, Fredrick Olmsted Sr. along with over 125 displays of fine arts and crafts, folk and “outsider art”. In addition to the fine arts, there will be a children’s area and local food and beverage. Attendance is Free.
The Castleberry Hill Neighborhood Association is proud to announce the much-anticipated date for the 2017 Castleberry Hill Loft Tour. This year’s Loft Tour will be held October 14th from 11am – 5pm throughout this Historic + Art District, named one of the Top 10 Art Districts in the country.
Attendees of the Loft Tour will have an intimate look into hand-selected lofts that were once 20th century warehouses and production plants for numerous industries. These lofts vary in style and size, decorated and designed with diverse taste and budgets. No two units are alike!
Come for the tour, stay for the neighborhood. Castleberry Hill is home to a diverse assortment of restaurants, bars, galleries, and boutiques. While you are here, stay for lunch, have a drink, check out the local art scene and shop at some of the hippest boutiques in Atlanta.
Located just seconds from the CNN Center, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, Castleberry Hill invites you to experience urban living where history meets creativity.
Walk around a Decatur neighborhood to hear diverse music on porches and in yards during Oakhurst Porchfest, a grassroots music festival.
Oakhurst is in the southwest corner of Decatur, sandwiched between Agnes Scott College and the College Heights neighborhood to the east and Kirkwood to the west. Our event is spread across the entire neighborhood, filling roughly one square mile. Included streets are shown here.
On October 21st-22nd 2017, Brookhaven will host the 13th Annual Brookhaven Arts Festival through the Brookhaven Community Foundation. More than 140 participating artists will feature works of fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and more. Musical performances will take place over two days with featured performers. It’s a great time for individuals and families to enjoy the beauty of fall while enjoying terrific food, music and art.
The PNC Atlanta 10 Miler & 5K is one of Atlanta’s most popular running and walking events. Starting and ending at Atlantic Station, runners and walkers wind through Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood and are encouraged by cheer zones at every mile. Challenge yourself to Conquer Cardiac Hill by running as fast as you can down the famous hill at mile 2. Celebrate your finish with family and friends at one of Atlantic Station’s many restaurants.