Top Things To Do In Atlanta This October

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Celebrate National Taco Day with tacos, guac, and margaritas at Bartaco. October 4th (prices vary)

Celebrate OctoberFest at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market with beer options from 4 different breweries. October 4th (unlimited tasting tickets $20 or can purchase beer separately for $5)


Go to a festival filled with my favorite food- The Atlanta Grilled Cheese FestivalOctober 7th (tickets $16)

Continue the cheese fest at the Edgewood Mac & Cheese Festival. October 7th (tickets $20)

If cheese isn't your thing (what is wrong with you?!), head over to the Brookhaven Chili Cook Off. October 7th (tickets $19)

If you'd rather get your drink on, check out the Great Atlanta Beer Fest. October 7th (tickets $50)

Celebrate the LGBT community at the Atlanta Pride FestivalOctober 14th (free entry)


Stroll around Olmsted Linear Park during Fall Festival on PonceOctober 14th (free entry)

Head up to Roswell for the last Alive After 5 of the year. October 19th (free entry)

Check out the best food that Atlanta has to offer at Taste of Atlanta (I will be there Saturday!). October 20th-22nd (tickets $25)


Dress up, carve pumpkins, and enjoy all the different food and drink options at Little 5 Points Halloween FestivalOctober 21st (free entry)

Enjoy unlimited drinks while supporting the Atlanta Humane Society at City Winery's HallowineOctober 21st (tickets $50+)


Explore downtown Decatur while tasting over 100+ different beers at the Decatur Craft Beer FestivalOctober 21st (tickets $45)


Cheer on Atlanta United against Toronto FC at Mercedes Benz Stadium. October 22nd (tickets $69+)


Celebrate Halloween in style at a crazy Atlanta party packed with music and costumes- Saints and Sinners Ball, Nightmare on Peachtree Street, Halloween In The Highlands, Boos and Brews, Scarendipity (if you really want to ball out), Day of The Dead Halloween Party, and A Social Mess Halloween PartyOctober 28th (ticket prices vary)


Celebrate the Day of The Dead at the Atlanta History Center. October 29th (free entry)
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1 comment:

  1. I was simply amazed at the architecture of this absolutely beautiful venue!! The environment was unbelievable. I was fortunate enough to visit LA venues like this, we found awesome things one after another after another.

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