DeKalb is home to year-round festivals. We have something for everyone.
October 13 - 29, 2017
Stone Mountain Park
"A Tour of Southern Ghosts" is held during the Halloween season so the stories are a little scary, many times humorous, but never too frightening and always appropriate for young children. Each night offers a different cast of six storytellers, which means audience members may return to "A Tour of Southern Ghosts" on additional nights to hear a new collection of stories.
October 21, 2017
Sign up now to participate - click on the website for additional information.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Sunday, October 22, 2017
4047 Peachtree Roard NE
More than 140 participating artists will feature works of fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and more. Musical performances will take place over two days with featured performers. There’s even an area for children’s activities! It’s a great time for individuals and families to enjoy the beauty of fall while enjoying terrific food, music, and art. Admission is FREE, and there’s plenty of FREE parking. Join us!
October 29, 2017
Vista Grove Shopping Center
Oak Groove Festival is a FREE neighborhood festival featuring great local bands, artists, businesses, restaurants and community organizations in Oak Grove and surrounding areas along the Briarcliff and LaVista Road corridor. Proceeds from the event support community projects in the area.
Free parking and shuttle is provided at Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 1722 Oak Grove Road.
November 3 & 4, 2017
(Tickets on Sale Now)
DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta Perimeter Dunwoody
IrishFest Atlanta has something for everyone. Concerts, Workshops, Dance Peformances, Lectures and much more. IrishFest Atlanta was launched November 2013 to promote the culture of Ireland through the country’s traditional music, song, dance, and language. The vision of IrishFest Atlanta’s original founders was to create a weekend of cultural performances, lectures, and workshops in a festive environment appealing to community members of all ages and varying familiarity of all things Irish. An important aspect of IrishFest Atlanta are its featured guest artists of International, National, and Regional reputation who teach and perform throughout the weekend. The goal is to introduce, preserve, and enhance the amazing impact that Ireland and the Irish have had and continue to have around the globe.
November 3 - 5, 2017
The AINM is a large, family-friendly, open-air night market featuring 200+ independent vendors selling art, food, and drink, and featuring small-scale cultural performances, all celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of Atlanta.
November 4, 2017
Holiday Traditions, sponsored by the Marist School Parents Club, is held each year on the campus of Marist School and is one of the largest juried arts and crafts shows in the Southeast. Produced through the hard work of over 400 volunteers, it is well known for its quality and warm hospitality. All show proceeds go directly to support Marist School programs.