Top Atlanta Events in Fall 2012
A hot city to visit during summer, Atlanta gets very pleasant and eventful in fall. In months like September and October, it makes little difference if you are visiting Atlanta during the week or in a weekend: there will always be something going on. And if by any chance you become tired with too many concerts, exhibitions, and urban festivals, you can always take a day trip and attend some local festival in Atlanta’s scenic surroundings. Aspiring Atlanta visitors with a taste for fairs and festivals must definitely check out these top Atlanta events in fall 2012:
Yellow Daisy Festival
The name of this festival sounds just as colourful and fresh as the amazing display of creativity and talent it offers. Considered to be one of the best arts and crafts festival in the
country, the Yellow Daisy Fest is approaching its 50th anniversary. The 2012 edition will take place Stone Mountain Parkbetween the 6th and 9th of September and announces to bring together artists and craftsmen from all the corners of US. The will be also plenty of entertainment, children facilities as well as a nice selection of food.
Music Midtown 2012If you’re up for a true music festival with a top class lineup, then your choice by far should be the Music Midtown Festival. The festival will take place in the 4th weekend of September (21-22), but these 2 days are enough for some of the biggest names in the rock music industry to perform. Thus, Pearl Jam, Food Fighters, Adam Ant, Garbage and even Mick Jagger in the person of the special guest will cheer and rock the Atlanta crowds.
Atlanta Midtown Restaurant Week
It would be a pity to miss out such an event as the Atlanta Midtown Restaurant Week in early September. This is your chance to sample some of the most refined dishes that Atlanta restaurants have to offer at discounted prices. Participants at this event can book a table in advance and pay less then 35$ for a full course mail.
Atlanta’s suburbs have their own way of celebrating fall. Sandy Springs Festival is a well known event which takes place every year in September in this charming Atlanta suburb. The event combines the sophistication of city life with the joyous atmosphere of a country fair. The event is schedules for the third weekend of September and will bring together artisans and their products, music, food, contests, as well as the famous Kiwanis Pet Parade.