Labor Day weekend is over, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop celebrating. If you can manage a short work week, there are plenty of fun things to do in Atlanta this weekend. From a monster truck show to a grilled cheese festival, here are six of the best things to do in A.
Laugh it off with Kevin Hart
Atlantans will have two chances to see Grammy- and Emmy-winning comedian Kevin Hart live this weekend when his “Reality Check” tour stops at State Farm Arena. To see also : Roster Moves: Jaguars agree to terms with 15 undrafted free agents. Tickets for Thursday’s show are still available, but Friday’s is almost sold out.
Location: Downtown – 1 State Farm Dr; Time: 15-20h; Date: Thursday, September 8; Entrance fee: Free
Cheer on the Dirty Birds with Gucci Mane
Kick off the football season at the Dirty Birds Rally with special guests, musical performances and giveaways. This may interest you : Jacksonville Jaguars Exercise the fifth-year option on Josh Allen.
The event will be hosted by announcer Ryan Cameron and Falcons legend DJ Shockley and will include an appearance by Gucci Mane and appearances by current Falcons players Coach Smith and Terry Fontenot, cheerleaders and mascot Freddie Falcon. Find entertainment at Atlantic Green at Atlantic Station.
Location: Midtown – 1380 Atlantic Dr NW; Time: 19:00; Date: Friday, September 9; Admission: free; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Melt your mouth at Grilled Cheese Fest
Atlanta’s Grilled Cheese Festival is back this Saturday and it’s going to be the most epic yet. To see also : Dance and Cheer-a-cality cheerleaders perform at Happy’s Circus to raise funds for the competition.
The festival takes place at Pullman Yards, where you can eat grilled cheese from some of Atlanta’s best restaurants and drink Bloody Marys from the Bloody Mary Garden. Try one or all – and then vote for your favorite!
Location: East Atlanta – 225 Rogers St NE; Time: from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Date: Saturday, September 10; Admission: $35; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Celebrate community on Sweet Auburn Avenue
This Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., travel the world without leaving Atlanta at the third annual Beloved Community International Show. There will be food, arts and crafts, live music and other activities from over 20 countries – all for free!
Location: East Atlanta – 450 Auburn Ave NE; Time: from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Date: Saturday, September 10; Admission: free; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
Pump up your adrenaline at Monster Jam
If you’re looking for a little excitement in your life, or maybe just some fun with the kids who love anything with a motorbike and wheels, then Monster Jam is what you need. The adrenaline-pumping show is perfect for all age groups, and there’s plenty to do before and after the show. You can even meet some of your favorite drivers!
Location: Gwinnett – 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Duluth, GA 30097; Time: 14:00; Date: Sunday, September 11; Admission: $52+; Website: events.accessatlanta.com
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Get ready to sing and dance the night away to soulful sounds…
What’s so special about Atlanta Georgia?
Atlanta has all that and then some in its diverse attractions. Downtown Atlanta is home to CNN, The World of Coca-Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Why is Atlanta so popular? With diverse, vibrant communities, a booming economy and plenty of green space, everyone from millennials to retirees are moving to Atlanta from all over the country. It’s easy to fall in love with a city that boasts walkable neighborhoods, award-winning restaurants, historic charm and subtropical, sunny weather.
What good is Atlanta known for?
What is Atlanta best known for?
- Centennial Olympic Park.
- SkyView Atlanta.
- The World of Coca-Cola.
- Atlanta Botanical Garden.
- Georgia Aquarium.
- Summit Skyride at Stone Mountain.
- Zoo Atlanta.
- The Varsity.
What is Atlanta also known for? Call it The Big Peach, The Big A, A-Town, Dogwood City, or even the New York of the South… Atlanta has many nicknames.