Intown Living | Atlanta Fall Festival Guide

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There are many benefits associated with living in Intown Atlanta. One of these benefits is your proximity to seasonal events happening in Atlanta. As autumn approaches, there’s no better way to revel in the beauty of fall than attending local fall festivals. From live entertainment to delicious food and a variety of activities, there are endless opportunities to enjoy time with your family and friends. Notably, we’ve assembled this Atlanta fall festival guide so you get the most out of this vibrant season.

September Fall Festivals

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Old Fourth Fall Festival | September 22

Located at the Old Fourth Ward Skate Park, the Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival is a family-friendly event presented by the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. This Saturday at the park, your family can enjoy:

Fall Folklife Festival | September 22

Head to Smith Family Farm at the Atlanta History Center on Saturday, September 22 for their annual Fall Folklife Festival. This year’s festival celebrates barbecue traditions of cultures from across the globe including Native Americans, African Americans, and European Americans. Additionally, your family can discover Southern craftsmanship through hands-on demonstrations including:

  • Blacksmithing
  • Corn Husk Dolls
  • Sachets and Poultices
  • Pottery
  • Musical Instruments
  • Woodworking
  • Candle Dipping
  • Natural Dyeing
  • Open-Hearth Cooking

 

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The Cheese Fest | September 28

The Atlanta Cheese Fest takes place from 5 pm – 10 pm on Saturday, September 28 at Historic Fourth Ward Park. Admission gives cheese connoisseurs access to unlimited tastings featuring artisan cheesemakers from around the world. This festival features everything from specialty cheeses to grilled cheese and macaroni and cheese. Plus, the price of admission goes to support The Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that supports local restaurant workers.

Fall Fest in Candler Park | September 29 – 30

Spend the last days of September at Fall Fest in Candler Park. This 2-day event features:

October Fall Festivals

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Taste of Atlanta | October 19 – 21

On October 19 – 21 make your way to Historic Fourth Ward Park for the city’s premier beer, food, and wine festival. Taste of Atlanta is a 3-day event featuring more than 90 local chefs putting their best dishes on display. At the event, you’ll have access to:

Fall Festival on Ponce | October 20 – 21

Celebrate Autumn at the Fall Festival on Ponce on October 20 and 21. This seasonal arts and crafts festival features work from a variety of artists. These displays showcase a variety of art styles ranging from fine arts and crafts to folk art and “outsider art”. The festival also includes a children’s area with activities for the kids as well as a food area with local vendors.

Discover intown living this fall near Atlanta fall festivals

Discover Intown Living This Fall

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