I want to exercise! And my Fitbit says I’m leading my office step competition.
Go to: Twilight Criterium
Lycra-clad bicyclists zip past bars and spectators in this evening street race.
Uh, what is a Fitbit?
Go to: Atlanta Streets Alive
DeKalb Avenue goes car-free for four hours.
Give me a taste of Atlanta culture, please. Oh, and a taste of Atlanta beer.
Go to: Sweetwater 420 Festival
Beer flows and bands play at Centennial Olympic Park.
…but I’m under 21
Go to: Renaissance Festival
April 14-June 3
Relive the Dark Ages while enjoying jousting and a giant turkey leg.
I want to bring the kids outside.
Go to: Inman Park Festival
Concerts, bungalow tours, and a parade with the Seed & Feed Marching Abominable.
That sounds great, but the weather says there are thunderstorms and hail. Oh, and a tornado watch.
Go to: Atlanta Film Festival
Films from Iran and Canada made the cut out of 6,500 entries.
My ideal day involves perusing arts and crafts.
Go to: Dogwood Festival
Now in its 82nd year, the three-day arts expo in Piedmont Park attracts thousands.
…but I want to stay OTP.
Go to: Big Shanty
More than 75,000 people—and 250 arts and food vendors—descend on downtown Kennesaw.
I just really like cheese.
Go to: Grilled Cheese Fest
April 14-15 [Note: the event has been rescheduled to June 16-17. Check the festival website for more information.]
The world’s simplest sandwich deserves a celebration.
I’m not taking this guide seriously at all.
TV is the new movie. Rewatch the second season of Stranger Things…in the dark. (And bring your crew.)
A version of this article originally appeared in our April 2018 issue.