Top things to do in and around Atlanta this month – 95.5 WSB
Looking for something to do around Atlanta? Here are a few things to do around Atlanta for those who wish to go out. But as things are constantly changing, please confirm that the event is still happening before attending and it is best to always take a mask.
Sunday May 30
The Dillard House presents November Blue, a multi-genre group from Nashville that will perform on Sunday, May 30. The Dillard House invites you and your family to join them for a fun weekend that includes barbecue chicken, ribs and brisket, hot dogs, sides, desserts and great music. Check Maison Dillard website to learn more about the big event.
In addition to the 26 circus shows under the marquee, there are over 40 exciting carnival rides and attractions, as well as many dishes such as hot wings, funnel cakes, cotton candy, fried Oreos, snow cones, elephant ears and more.
Every Saturday through July 31, the community is invited to enjoy an evening of delicious bites and classic movies at Uptown Atlanta. Participation in the event is free, but reservations are required. May 29 – Good morning Vietnam
As the live music experience can slowly come to life, Wildwood Revival launches its first series of social distancing summer concerts, In the Wildwood, featuring several concerts located at Cloverleaf Farm just outside of Athens, Georgia. The Old Crow Medicine Show with special guest Caleb Caudle will perform on May 28.
Enjoy the three-day Memorial Day weekend with a “Pirate Invasion” theme at the festival.
Dozens of colorful artisans from across the country will present their work to downtown Alpharetta through the Village Green. Enjoy live music, shows, kids’ activities and festival food! Free entry!
The Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta offers a pop-up cocktail lounge and poolside party featuring one of Atlanta’s top DJs, DJ EU. Whether you want to sip Braves themed cocktails or just relax 150 yards from the plate at 582 Waterside Lounge, the Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta has it all this weekend.
Co-hosted by the Town of Duluth, the inaugural Little Beer Festival will take place in Parsons Alley Yard just outside Good Word Brewing and feature over 40 hand-selected exclusive breweries and over 80 types of beers!
Seven Avalon restaurants will come together to create an outdoor dining experience that will support struggling restaurant workers. From 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., foodies are invited to the versatile Alpharetta destination for the third annual Savor the Boulevard, a one-of-a-kind culinary celebration to benefit Giving Kitchen, a non-profit organization that provides aid emergency catering employees in crisis. With tables spanning Avalon Boulevard, the Al fresco dining invites patrons to indulge in an exceptional dining experience at street level, with prix fixe four-course meals and drink pairings from Biltong Bar, Branch & Barrel, Colletta, Cru Wine Bar, Oak Steakhouse, Rumi’s Kitchen and South City Kitchen.
Atlanta’s 11th Annual Summer Beer Festival features over 150 beers, hard seltzers, and a selection of wines and ciders. There will be live music, QTip DJs, lots of fun and games, and food will be available for purchase.
The Sautee Nacoochee community association will host events at museums, the African American heritage site, art galleries and theater highlighting the observance of Juneteenth. Kids can take part in a campus-wide scavenger hunt. Through the activity, they will learn about the importance of 19th century and African American individuals who have had an impact on the community. Those who don’t wish to participate in the scavenger hunt can stop by the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia to pick up a Juneteenth take-out package, which includes a copy of Juneteenth for Mazie by Floyd Cooper. Families can visit the heritage site and the Blacksmith’s Forge on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Until October 31
Come discover two new exhibits at the Atlanta Botanical Garden!
Aerial art in motion and art in bloom! Aerial in motion features a custom-created ‘skynet’ that ripples in the air above Storza Woods like a flock of multi-colored birds, while large-scale glass flower sculptures bloom in the more formal gardens. Masks are mandatory inside.
Tuesday – Sunday
The Garden now hosts live music every night from Cocktails in the Garden … Enjoy Atlanta’s favorite outdoor escape, accompanied by great music from local musicians. Masks are mandatory, tickets can be purchased online.
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