Top Things To Do In Atlanta This October

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Watch an old childhood favorite, Beetlejuice, on the Woodruff Park lawn. October 3rd (free entry)

Celebrate Mean Girl's Day with Mean Girls trivia at Guac Y Margs. October 3rd (free entry)

Bike or walk over to Marie Sims Park in Buckhead for a screening of Hocus PocusOctober 4th (free entry)

Help celebrate Second Self's 4th anniversary with beer and food, while giving back to Soccer in the Streets. October 6th (tickets $5)

Tour some of the filming locations for Stranger Things and get access to a nighttime corn maze. October 6th-November3rd (tickets $20) 

Head down to L5P to kick off Halloween with a parade, live music, artist market and food vendors. October 10th (free entry)

Celebrate Oktoberfest with beer, German food and lots more in Historic Fourth Ward Park. October 12th-14th (tickets $21+)

Decide who has the best chili in Atlanta at Brookhaven's annual Chili CookoffOctober 13th (tickets $15+)

Celebrate Oakhurst with music, art and a good time at the Oakhurst PorchfestOctober 13th (free entry)

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Mercedes Benz. October 14th (tickets $60+)

Break out the blankets and lawn chairs for a screening of Ghostbusters at Woodruff Park. October 17th (free entry)

Experience some of the best food Atlanta has to offer at Taste of AtlantaOctober 19th-21st (tickets $25+)

Browse some local vendors and their work at the Fall Festival on PonceOctober 20th-21st (free entry)

Root on Atlanta United FC against the Chicago Fire. October 21st (tickets $20+)

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons versus the New York Giants. October 22nd (tickets $100+)

Get spooked at Sweetwater's Scream eventOctober 25th-31st (tickets $30)

Learn all about the horrifying past of the Fox Theatre during one of their ghost tours. October 25th-30th (tickets $40)

Create your best lantern and show it off at the Grant Park Halloween Lantern ParadeOctober 26th (free entry)

Dress up you pup and parade them down the Beltline while benefiting the Atlanta Beltline PartnershipOctober 28th (tickets $35)

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