April 13th & 14th - Kennesaw
Taste of Marietta, one of the largest and tastiest events in Georgia, returns to the Historic Marietta Square on Sunday, April 28 from 11am-7pm. With an impressive variety of restaurants – some new to the event, along with past favorites – this year’s festival is sure to be better than ever. Nearly doubling in size over the past 10 years, Taste of Marietta has consistently been named a top festival in Cobb County.
Now in its special 26th year, Taste of Marietta brings together over 70 Cobb County restaurants showcasing their best dishes and festival-goers will not be disappointed in the variety of offerings. Admission to the event is free and “tastes” – ranging from Italian to seafood, steak to BBQ, and all the sweets imaginable – are available for $1 to $5. The food truck lineup, always a crowd favorite, returns with a variety of different trucks.
April 27th - 28th - Smyrna
The Spring Jonquil Festival for 2019 happens on Saturday, April 27 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 28 from noon until 5:00 p.m. in downtown Smyrna on the Village Green.
April 27th - Kennesaw
Atlanta Beer Festivals and Kennesaw Downtown Development Authority hosts the 6th Kennesaw Beer & Wine Festival on Saturday, April 27, 2019, 1pm-5pm at Historic Kennesaw Church (parking lot area across from Depot Park)
100+ Beers, 25+ Wines, Live Music with The Geeks Band, food and fun
Tickets include entry, entertainment, souvenir cup and all beer, wine and cider samples
$35 advance, $40 after April 18, $50 day of event
April 26th - Marietta
The Marietta community will again be “dancing in the street” during the Glover Park Concert Series. The series features local and national acts on the last Friday night, April through September in Glover Park on the Marietta Square.
The Series is presented in part by the Downtown Marietta Development Authority, the City of Marietta and Marietta Parks, Recreation and Facilities.
The concerts are free but if you are looking for a “front-row seat,” a limited number of tables can be reserved for a fee (and will sell out quickly) on the first working day of each month beginning at 8:00 a.m.
April 26th - 28th - Atlanta
Inman Park Spring Festival takes place in one of Atlanta’s oldest and most scenic neighborhoods. First developed in the late 1800s, Inman Park is home to many historic homes and parks. The Festival began in the early 1970s as a means to attract attention to gentrification efforts that sought to revitalize the community.
Now celebrating its 48th anniversary, the festival offers something for everybody - three stages of live music, kids activities, a tour of homes, a marvelous street parade, an artists’ market and some of the city’s best people-watching! Come early, stay late, and be our guests at Atlanta’s best street festival.