people attend the Atlanta Pride Parade, one of the largest in the U.S.
[Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, 2020]
years of the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, the oldest festival in the city
[Atlanta Dogwood Festival, 2020]
musical acts take the stage at Music Midtown every year
[Music Midtown, 2020]
A Festival for
There's always a party in Atlanta. From the streets of the most historic neighborhoods to the lawns of the largest parks, you'll never miss an opportunity to celebrate community and culture.
AND EVERY SEASON
Welcome spring in Atlanta at the annual Dogwood Festival. If you're more into food than flowers, Taste of Atlanta in the fall has bites from more than 90 restaurants and drinks to go around.
Whether you want to soak up beautiful weather or warm up after the temperature drops, there's a festival for every time of the year.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS
Atlanta's festivals are as diverse as its neighborhoods. From Inman Park Festival, held in one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods, to the Little Five Points Halloween Parade and Reynoldstown’s fall Chomp and Stomp, you'll love seeing communities come alive in unique ways.
Feel the Music
From hip-hop to alt-rock, you can move to your own beat in Atlanta. Keep it smooth at the Atlanta Jazz Fest, the largest free jazz festival in the country.
Turn up at Music Midtown with headliners like Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish and Lizzo. Or unwind at Oakhurst Porchfest, with pop-up shows on residents' front porches every October. It doesn’t get more local than that.