What's Up ATL - Events Around ATLANTA

Atlanta Spring Wine Fest 

Saturday, April 15, 2017


Historic 4th Ward Park

Over 100 different wines to taste

  • Beer and Cider
  • Unbreakable, acrylic souvenir tasting glass
  • Live Music and a DJ

Food will be available for purchase


  • We will have FREE Bottled Water available throughout the venue.
  • Everyone will get a Govino brand acrylic wine glass to keep and take home (please note they must be hand washed, do not put in dishwasher)
  • Wine and Beer will be cut off at 4:45pm
  • 21 and up event, no kids, no babies, no pets.

Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop

Saturday, April 15, 2017


Bring the whole family and join us at the Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop on Saturday, April 15 at Sprayberry High School!

Get ready, because more than 100,000 eggs and pieces of candy will be spread out and dropped from a helicopter on the football fields. 

The event begins at 10a, and besides the egg gathering, there will be candy, face-painting, and a Kids Zone with inflatables, the Easter Bunny, and more!! 

This is a FREE EVENT. So make plans to join us at the Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop.

Fernbank After Dark

Friday, April 14th

7 p.m.-11 pm. 

When most metro Atlanta residents think of Fernbank, they think of children and dinosaurs. This event will change that. Held once a month, “Fernbank After Dark” allows people over 21-years-old to access the museum’s exhibits, films, demonstrations and more. Unlike other museum events, which tend to cater to families, “Fernbank After Dark” will also offer live music, a full bar, a tapas menu and an opportunity to converse with adults with similar interests. 

$10-$15 (members), $15-$20 (non-members). 

Fernbank Museum of Natural History, 767 Clifton Road, Atlanta. 


Atlanta Ballet’s “Firebird” 

Atlanta Ballet presents “Firebird” this month as a part of the company’s “modern masters” program that will honor three 20th- and 21st-century choreographers. Beginning with Yuri Possokhov’s take on the Russian fairytale “Firebird,” the program will also feature George Blanchine’s homage to classical ballet, “Allegro Brillante,” and Jiří Kylián’s sensuous “Petite Mort.” 

8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. April 14-16. $20-$128. 

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta. 


Georgia Renaissance Festival 

Jousting, balancing acts, juggling and hypnotists are just a few of the live entertainment options you will have during the Georgia Renaissance Festival. Held annually, the festival provides an opportunity for local residents and visitors to have some fun medieval-style in Fairburn.

10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day. April 15-June 4. $19-$22, adults 13 and older; $8-$10, children 6-12; children 5 and younger free. 6905 Virlyn B. Smith Road, Fairburn. www.Garenfest.com. 

Easter Brunch --- basically everywhere!!

Grabbing brunch on Sunday will be even harder than usual this weekend. 

If you haven't already make your brunch reservation ASAP.

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