Top Things To Do In Atlanta This September

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

What a great, long Labor Day weekend it was! Summer is officially over and Fall is (hopefully sooner rather than later) up ahead. Now back to the work grind on this beautiful Tuesday! Kick butt this week and then do something fun and exciting this weekend! Luckily for you, i've rounded up some of my top events happening this month. Enjoy!

Head over to the Regent Cocktail Club for their monthly Havana Nights event. Packed with Cuban tunes, mojito specials, and more. September 7th (free admission)

Head down to Old Fourth Ward for their Fall Festival, including a lantern parade and beer festival. September 8th-9th (free admission)

Cheer on Atlanta United against FC Dallas in their new home, Mercedes Benz Stadium. September 10th (tickets $30+)

Get your om on and then treat yourself to some much deserved beers and lunch at Yoga Before BeerSeptember 10th (tickets $5)

Support some adorable puppies and kittens, while sampling some amazing SweetWater beer at Bark n' BrewSeptember 16th (tickets $40)

Jam out to some great bands at this year's Music MidtownSeptember 16th-17th (tickets $145)

Cheer on the Atlanta Flacons at their only home game this month against the Green Bay Packers. September 17th (tickets $188+)

Relive your childhood by singing along to Hansen's greatest hits. September 20th (tickets $67+)

Sample a ton of different types of wine at the Kirkwood Wine StrollSeptember 22nd (tickets $40)

Drink wine, while checking out all the animal exhibits at the Atlanta Zoo's Wine SafariSeptember 23rd (tickets $60)

If you love cheese like me, you've got to check out the Cheese Fest at the Old Fourth Ward Park. September 23rd (tickets $35)

Wine, Hip Hop, and Yoga. What more needs to be said? September 23rd (tickets $25)

Celebrate Monday Night Brewing's 6th Anniversary and the opening of their 2nd brewery in the West End. September 23rd (tickets $30+)

Browse one of the coolest areas of Atlanta, Candler Park, during their Fall FestSeptember 30th-October 1st (free admission)

1 comment:

  1. While this place gets a little crowded and you might have to push through occasionally, it's hard not to mention that a definite plus in this Chicago event space is that you'll rarely have to wait on line in their large bathrooms.

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