17 fun things to do on Fourth of July weekend in metro Atlanta – Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia 2022-06-29 16:18:38 –

Peach Tree Road Race is back this Monday

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when: Fireworks will start around 9:30 pm on July 3
Where: 100th Anniversary Olympic Park
price: $ 10-40
detail: Hosted by the Georgia World Congress Center, this fireworks show also includes a lineup of musicians such as America’s Got Talent runner-up Angelica Hale, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and DJ Yvonne Monet. The proceeds of the ticket event will be donated to the Centennial Olympic Park Beautification Fund.

Peach tree road race
when: The race will start from 6:25 am to 8:25 am on July 4th.
Where: Starts at Lenox Square and ends at Piedmont Park
price: You can watch the game freely
detail: Support runners who are now 53 years old, one of the largest 10k races in the world and one of Atlanta’s most popular traditions.

July 4th Fest at Six Flags
when: July 2-4
Where: Six Flags Over Georgia
price: Indefinite
detail: On holiday weekends, you’ll have access to all the features the park offers, including live music, fireworks, an all-you-can-eat buffet, and Patriotic Punch, a special blend of blue raspberries and sprites.

Star Sequin Beach Party at Callaway Gardens
when: July 2-4
Where: Caraway Resort & Gardens
price: Daily Admission — $ 35.95. Two-day admission — $ 71.90
detail: Let’s spend a vacation on the beach without leaving the metro. Callaway Gardens is located on the shores of Robin Lake Beach. Every day, we offer beach volleyball, putts, paddleboards, obstacle courses, and a fireworks festival to end the fun.

Reds beer garden
The Reds Beer Garden will host a second year hot dog eating contest.

Reds Beer Garden 2nd Hot Dog Eating Tournament
when: From 2:00 pm on July 3
Where: Reds beer garden
price: See freely
detail: The Atlanta version of the famous hot dog eating contest is celebrating its second year at Benteen Park’s Reds Beer Gardens. See who can put the most dogs in the stomach and then stay on the hot dog toss. This is a competition aimed at throwing hot dogs with friends and keeping them in the bread for as long as possible.

Great 4th Celebration at Stone Mountain Park
when: July 1-5
Where: Stone mountain park
price: Registration required for Laser Show Spectacular included in All Attraction Pass
detail: Stone Mountain Park offers even more attractions on holiday weekends. Visitors can enjoy the laser show Spectacular late into the night in the park for five days, after which they can celebrate the fireworks.

Atlanta House Heads Picnic
when: July 4th, 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: Grant Park
price: free
detail: “Dance is a must” at this Grant Park Music Festival for electronic and house music lovers. The event will also feature food and drink vendors to keep the party going.

Roof’s annual 4th of July Party
when: From 11:00 am to midnight on July 2nd
Where: Ponce City Market Roof
price: $ 22 to $ 30 during the day.$ 45 after 5pm
detail: The rooftop of Ponce City Market is open during the day on Saturdays for the enjoyment of a typical amusement park, but at 5 pm the venue is over 21 years old and DJ OP Diggy plays live at 8 pm , Fireworks will be launched at 9:30 pm. ..

Downtown Decatur Pied Piper Parade
when: From 6 pm to darkness on July 4th
Where: Downtown Decatur
price: free
detail: Anyone can participate in the Pied Piper Parade. This parade is open to anyone with a bike, skateboard or feet. The parade lineup begins at 5:30 pm at Decatur’s First Baptist Church and ends at Decatur Square, where live music and food await before the fireworks are launched in the dark.

Fourth celebration in the park of Marietta city
when: From 10:00 am to 9:30 pm on July 4th
Where: Marietta Square
price: Free participation
detail: Marks July 4th with the Independence Day of the City of Marietta. Events include parades, free live concerts, carnival games, and a fireworks show that concludes the night.

Run, white, blue lace
when: The race will start from 7:45 am to 9 am on July 4th
Where: Halcyon
price: $ 25- $ 45
detail: Join the 9k, 5k, or 1k fun run and aim for Independence Day. The course includes a refurbished section of the Big Creek Greenway. The race is for families and pedestrians.

Dunwoody Independence Day Parade
When: 9:00 am on July 4th
Location: Dunwoody Village
Cost: Free
Details: The theme of this year’s family parade is “The Parade of Stars,” which promises to include floats, marching bands, clowns, animals, and local celebrities.

Chambury Summer Concert Series and Fireworks Show
when: 5 pm on July 4th
Where: Keswick Park, Chambery
price: free
detail: Chumble, part of their summer concert series, will host a show with soul dance group Boogilicious and trio Shaky Jane on the 4th, followed by fireworks. There is also a children’s bike parade that leaves Chambrey Junior High School at 5 pm.

Peachtree Corners Festival
when: July 1-3
Where: 5200 Town Center Boulevard, Peachtree Corners
price: free
detail: Relax on this July 4th weekend at this festival of arts and crafts, live music and car shows.

The glow of the park
when: July 4th, 5:30 pm to 10 pm
Where: Lilburn City Park
price: free
detail: This July 4th celebration will feature live music, kids activities, food trucks and fireworks. Lawn chairs and blankets are recommended.

Red, white, boom!
5 pm on July 3
Where: Lillian Web Park, Norcross
price: free
detail: This Sunday celebration in Norcross includes a kids zone, live music, food and craft vendors, and of course a fireworks show.

Star-Spangled Banner
when: 6:00 pm on July 4th
Where: City Springs, Sandy Springs
price: free
detail: The Sandy Springs fireworks event includes about 12 food trucks and live music from the 80’s tribute band Electric Avenue.

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