Summer is almost over but the weather here in Atlanta is still super nice, so let’s enjoy all this amazing things to do here in September!
O verão jájá acaba, mas aqui em Atlanta o tempo ainda está tão bom, então vamos aproveitar esses vários eventos que vão ter aqui no mês de Setembro!
September 4th – December 15th – Wine and Music
Hear music in an intimate setting with optional food and wine at City Winery in Ponce City Market.
September 5th – September 8th – Yellow Daisy Festival
The Yellow Daisy Festival has 400 vendors of arts & crafts, food, live music, a children’s corner, and a flower show (Fri. to Sun.) along the paths at Stone Mountain Park. Free except parking. No pets, glass, or alcohol.
September 5th – September 26th – Cocktails in the Garden
Atlanta Botanical Garden invites you to explore the garden each week as you stroll with a cocktail, hear live music, and play games. This will be the last month to enjoy the Cocktails in the Garden, so enjoy! Members tickets are free and non members are $21.95.
September 7th – Atlanta Bourbon Festival
A ticket to Atlanta Bourbon Festival includes tastes of 50+ bourbon and whiskey options, cocktails, wine, and beer, with live music and food for sale at City Winery for age 21+. Tickets are $65.
September 7th – Atlanta British Car Fayre
See hundreds of classic British cars and motorcycles, and shop from people selling used goods from their trunks, at Atlanta British Car Fayre in downtown Norcross. Free admission.
September 7th – Atlanta Craft Cocktail Festival
Enjoy craft cocktails, wine and beer with live music and DJ at City Winery. Tickets include entry, entertainment and all of your drinks. Tickets are $55.
September 8th – Concerts by the Springs
Concerts by the Springs are held on one Sunday a month at Heritage Green, 6110 Blue Stone Road. Bring food and drinks, or buy them onsite. Beach chairs and blankets are welcome, no pets allowed. Free admission.
September 10th – Science on Tap
Science on Tap begins with a reception at 6 p.m. that includes light hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine, followed by a science presentation at 7 p.m., and ending with a question and answer session at Georgia Aquarium for age 21+. Tickets are $10 + general admission ticket.
September 13rd – September 15th – Monster Jam
Big trucks with big wheels make big noise and excitement at Monster Jam at Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth.
September 14th – Indie Green Festival
“Discover diverse vegan and plant-based cuisine while shopping with local artisans” at the Indie Green Festival, which also has guest speakers, vendors, and a kids’ zone in East Point. Free admission.
September 14th – Global Cooking & Wine Pairing Series: Northern Italian Classics
Begin with wine and appetizers, help the chef prepare chicken marsala and pistachio cannolis, and then dine with wine during the Global Cooking & Wine Pairing Series: Northern Italian Classics at Vino Venue in Dunwoody. It is $80.
September 14th – Taste of Smyrna
Buy $1 to $4 restaurant samples, hear acoustic music, and visit the kids’ zone at the Taste of Smyrna. Free admission.
September 14th – September 15th – Music Midtown
Music Midtown attracts big crowds for a great lineup on four stages at Piedmont Park for this great music festival.
September 19th – Taste of Buckhead
Enjoy unlimited tastes from 20 Buckhead chefs, sample beverages (wine, beer, and spirits), and visit vendors at Taste of Buckhead at American Spirit Works for age 21+. Tickets start at $75.
September 19th – September 22nd – Imagine Music Festival
Imagine Music Festival features multiple stages of dance music at Atlanta Motor Speedway, with camping available nearby.
September 20th – Kirkwood Wine Stroll
A ticket to Kirkwood Wine Stroll includes wine poured in 40 shops and galleries plus live music on three stages, with beer and food for sale. Age 21+. No pets. Tickets are $40 (early bird) or $50 (week of the event).
September 21st – Museum Day Live
Get a free ticket that allows two people to visit one of the many museums participating in the Museum Day Live.
September 21st – Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade
Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade is a glowing procession of light, music, and color that goes from 660 Irwin Street to Piedmont Park. Gather at 7 p.m. and walk at 8 p.m. Free.
September 21st – Atlanta Rosé Festival
Enjoy a wine and craft beer tasting (over 75 varieties), music performance and fun wine-themed activities. Tickets are $40.
September 21st – Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival
Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival features live music, food trucks, and a kids’ zone at Fourth Ward Skatepark. Free admission except wine & beer tasting.
September 21st – Sippin’ Safari
Enjoy wine sampling, appetizers, animal viewing, live music, and live painting during Sippin’ Safari at Zoo Atlanta for age 21+. Tickets are $70.
September 21st – Seafood & BBQ Festival
The Seafood & BBQ Festival features live music (funk, Motown, R&B and hip hop), food, beer, craft vendors, and a carnival at Riverdale Town Center. Free admission.
September 21st – September 22nd – Chocolate-Covered Weekend
Chocolate-Covered Weekend offers cooking demonstrations, chocolate samples, family activities, and information about the chocolate-making process at Atlanta Botanical Garden.
September 21st – November 3rd – Pumpkin Festival
The Pumpkin Festival includes family shows, games, storytelling, kids’ activities, a pie-eating contest, and “thousands of carved jack-o-lanterns” at Stone Mountain Park. Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
September 23rd – September 29th – Inman Park Restaurant Week
Get a special deal on a fixed-price meal at a dozen restaurants during Inman Park Restaurant Week in Inman Park.
September 27th – September 29th – Atlanta Greek Festival
Enjoy the music, dance, foods, and traditions of Greece at the Atlanta Greek Festival at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
September 28th – BeltLine Wine Stroll
Stroll along East Side Beltline Trail, stopping for wine and snacks at dozens of sponsors during BeltLine Wine Stroll, beginning at The Ice Box for age 21+. Tickets start at $55.
September 28th – Atlanta Mimosa Festival
Atlanta Mimosa Festival promises mimosas in many flavors, plus wine, beer, mixed drinks, live music, college football, and a DJ at Fourth Ward Skatepark for age 21+. Tickets are $45.
September 28th – Sandy Springs Wine Festival
A ticket to the Sandy Springs Wine Festival includes samples of 75 varieties of wine and beer, DJ and live acoustic music, and food for sale at Heritage Sandy Springs for age 21+. Tickets are $48.
September 28th – Alpharetta Brew Moon Fall Fest
Alpharetta Brew Moon Fall Fest features beer, wine, local restaurant food, and music after dark in the historic downtown. Tickets are $10.
September 28th – September 29th – Old Fourth Ward Park Arts Festival
Old Fourth Ward Park Arts Festival features fine arts and crafts, a street market, children’s play area, food vendors, and live acoustic music at Historic Fourth Ward Park. Free admission.
Which one you are more excited to go? Tell me in the comments!
Qual dos eventos você está mais animado? Me conta nos comentários!