15 Atlanta festivals to enjoy this November

Savor the fall season with outdoor art, craft beers, indie films, and more
Flux Night
Flux Night

Photograph by Adam Devila

Arts & Music
Flux Night
It’s baaaaaaaack! Explore Atlanta’s interactive art night in the historic Old Fourth Ward, this year featuring a theme of “Dream,” plus works by local artist Sheila Pree Bright, Yoko Ono, and more.

Chastain Park Arts Festival
The sixth annual Chastain Park Arts festival will host 185 artists and artisans, as well as gourmet food trucks, live music, and a children’s area.

KICKS 101.5 Country Fair
Dust off your cowboy boots and sing along with Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and Chase Bryant at the KICKS 101.5 Country Fair, at Alpharetta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre.

Beer and Tacos Fest
The Atlanta music scene staple invades Phillips Arena with an art exhibit and performances by up-and-coming hip hop stars.

Brews & Chews
Cabbagetown Chomp and Stomp
Cabbagetown Park hosts a chili cook-off, live bluegrass music, and Cabbage Games (bob for Brussel sprouts or try your hand at the cabbage-shredding competition).

Acworth Craft Beer Fest
Taste more than 100 beers and enjoy live music in historic downtown Acworth. (Don’t worry, there is a designated driver check-in just in case you have too much fun.)

Support men’s health awareness with food trucks, music, a mustache contest, and beer provided by Marietta-based brewer Red Hare. All donations and a portion of all proceeds will benefit Movember Foundation.

Silver Screen
DocuFest Atlanta
The 10th annual festival showcases the best documentary filmmaking from around the globe, at doogallery.

Buried Alive Film Festival
Hold on to your seats at this blood-curdling festival dedicated to independent horror films, at Synchronicity Theatre.

Bronze Lens Film Festival
This sixth annual fee spotlights filmmakers of color with screenings, master classes, and panel discussions.

Family Fun
Cotton States Cat Show
Fancy cats compete at this 77th annual show at Duluth’s Infinite Energy Center.

Family Festival at Woodruff Arts Festival
Get free admission to the High Museum, and see kid-friendly performances by the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Veterans Day Lighted Parade
Honor those who have served during this evening parade in downtown Douglasville.

Wine Lovers
Suwanee Wine Fest
Taste over 100 premium wines from around the world, or head to the craft beer tent featuring local brews at Suwanee’s Town Center Park.

Decatur Wine Fest
Decatur’s Court Square hosts metro Atlanta’s largest outdoor wine festival, featuring nearly 500 wines, food from Decatur-area restaurants, and a live DJ.