3 must-see Atlanta art festivals coming this fall

Thousands will flock to Piedmont Park, Cabbagetown, and Chastain Park to admire the works
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Courtesy of Atlanta Arts Festival
Courtesy of Atlanta Arts Festival

Atlanta Arts Festival
Some 200 vendors—including artists from Atlanta and throughout the Southeast, as well as national names—will be on hand in Piedmont Park with fine arts and high-end crafts. And yes, there will be food trucks. September 13–14

Chomp and Stomp
As you might infer from the name, this Cabbagetown festival emphasizes food (a colossal chili cook-off) and music (lots of bluegrass). But don’t miss the art vendors. Although the exhibitor list is not as expansive as those of other festivals, it’s stocked with locals. November 1

Chastain Park Arts Festival
Organized by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, the event includes more than 180 vendors, along with a dozen or so musical performances (if last year’s lineup is any indicator, emphasis on folk acts). November 1–2

This article originally appeared in our September 2014 issue.

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