Georgia Festivals 2018, 2019

Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival 2018

Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival

April 24, 2018

Blackburn Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Midway Arts Festival 2018

Midway Arts Festival

April, 2018

Midway Museum, Midway, Georgia

Dunwoody Wildcat Bands Ice Cream Festival 2018

Dunwoody Wildcat Bands Ice Cream Festival

April, 2018

Dunwoody Farmhouse, Atlanta, Georgia

Hunter's Helping Hands Family Fun Day 2018

Hunter's Helping Hands Family Fun Day

April, 2018

Woodstock City Park - Woodstock, GA 30188, Woodstock, Georgia

Swampfest 2018


April, 2018

Downtown , Waycross, Georgia

Buckhead Wine Festival 2018

Buckhead Wine Festival

April, 2018

Andrews Entertainment District, Atlanta, Georgia

Southland Jubilee 2018

Southland Jubilee

April, 2018

Historic Downtown Greensboro, Georgia, Greensboro, Georgia

Pineview Music Festival 2018

Pineview Music Festival

April, 2018

Pineview Recreational Complex, Pineview, Georgia

Swamp Fest 2018

Swamp Fest

April, 2018

Downtown Waycross, Waycross, Georgia

Taste of East Point and the South Metro 2018

Taste of East Point and the South Metro

April, 2018

Downtown , East Point, Georgia

Spring Festival on Ponce 2018

Spring Festival on Ponce

April, 2018

Olmstead Linear Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Mulberry Street Festival 2018

Mulberry Street Festival

April, 2018

Mulberry Street , Macon, Georgia

Uptown Columbus Dragon Boat Festival 2018

Uptown Columbus Dragon Boat Festival

April, 2018

Chattahoochee RiverWalk, 701 Front St Columbus, GA, Columbus, Georgia

Sandy Springs Artsapalooza 2018

Sandy Springs Artsapalooza

April, 2018

Multiple Locations in Downtown Sandy Springs, 6100 Lake Forrest Dr NE Sandy Springs, GA, Sandy Springs, Georgia

Intergalactic Bead Show 2018

Intergalactic Bead Show

April, 2018

Gwinnett Center‑Hall C , Duluth, Georgia

Spring Art in the Park 2018

Spring Art in the Park

April, 2018

Postell Park at the Pier Village , Saint Simons Island, Georgia

Woodbine Crawfish Festival 2018

Woodbine Crawfish Festival

April, 2018

Satilla Waterfront Park , Woodbine, Georgia

Beaver Bash 2018

Beaver Bash

April, 2018

Beaver Creek at Ivey Station , Ivey, Georgia

Spring Fling & Back Yard BBQ Festival 2018

Spring Fling & Back Yard BBQ Festival

April, 2018

Downtown , Moultrie, Georgia

National Mayhaw Festival 2018

National Mayhaw Festival

April, 2018

Spring Creek Park , Colquitt, Georgia

Alpharetta Arts Streetfest 2018

Alpharetta Arts Streetfest

April, 2018

Downtown Alpharetta around Main Street and Milton Avenue, N Main St & Milton Ave Alpharetta, GA, Alpharetta, Georgia

Great Griffin Mayfling 2018

Great Griffin Mayfling

April, 2018

City Park , Griffin, Georgia

Southworks Juried Artist Exhibition 2018

Southworks Juried Artist Exhibition

April, 2018

Oconee Cultural Arts Center , Watkinsville, Georgia

Hunter's Helping Hands Family Fun Day 2018

Hunter's Helping Hands Family Fun Day

April, 2018

Marietta Square , Marietta, Georgia

UGA International Street Festival 2018

UGA International Street Festival

April, 2018

College Square, Downtown Athens, Athens, Georgia

About Festivals in Georgia

Gorgeous Georgia is known for its food, farms, mountains and rivers, and is a welcoming maze of the polar opposites of rural and city life. But when you’re not exploring the landscapes and slick cities, there are plenty of top events and festivals to keep you entertained. These festivals offer things as odd and eclectic as cherry blossoms, boats, roses, arts, jazz, peaches, Christmas and more!

Atlanta Film Festival is one of the biggest and longest-running film festivals in the whole of the USA with over 25,000 silver screen devotees flocking to Georgia each year to feast their eyes on more than 150 of the world’s best new films. Since 1976, the event has been delivering the first sneaky peeks of many feature films, short films, documentaries and award-winning masterpieces. The festival also includes conversations and awards shows, with a special category for LGBT films. Lots of famous films have played here over the years, including Primer, Sympathy for Mr Vengeance and The Cabin in the Woods.

Georgia also hosts a huge Pride event every year, with over 300,000 attendees coming together to celebrate and promote LGBT rights and freedoms. The event offers parades, marches, events, live music, comedy entertainment and a welcoming atmosphere of inclusion, unity and warmth.

If sipping on a beverage is your idea of fun, then Helen’s Oktoberfest is the best place to do it. This is the longest-running Oktoberfest in the whole of the US, and each year offers raucous Bavarian bands, loads of German beer, hearty food and the opportunity to slip into your lederhosen to stomp and sip the night away. The whole event is dedicated to replicating and recreating the true spirit of Bavaria and is a bouncing, beery and brilliant slice of continental fun!

With over 80 years of heritage, Atlanta Dogwood Festival is an excellent outdoor event for the entire family, with lots to see and do for all ages. This long-running country fair offers a traditional jam-packed program of events. There’s an arts market with paintings, sculptures and jewellery, a kids’ village with various attractions to tire out your tykes, music, performances, games, prizes, food and drink. The temperate spring weather and the warm Georgian welcome combine for three great days of wholesome enjoyment.