Best Festivals in Atlanta: Spring and Summer 2021
Celebrate the start of spring with these festivals featuring food trucks, children’s activities, artist markets and more.
Due to cancellations to prevent the spread of coronavirus, please verify events before you go.
Family activities will include a petting zoo, children’s crafts, a bonnet/hat contest, a self-guided lemon scavenger hunt and more. April 17.
This large arts and crafts show has a parade, a kid’s area with inflatables and more. April 17-18.
80 professional artists from across the region showcase fine art, jewelry, wares and more. April 22-29.
See a magic show, look at fire engines, go on a hayride, train ride or pony ride, and play farm games. April 30-May 31.
Watch knights joust, sample foods and beverages, shop the artisan marketplace and more at this themed festival. May 1-June 13.
Enjoy an outdoor concert, the Lord of the Wings contest, bbq, a kids’ zone and more. May 7-8.
Six blocks of music, a kids’ zone, an international food court, comedy, prizes and more. May 8-9.
Featuring an artist’s market, kids’ zone, food and live music. May 8-9.
Taste traditional Greek foods, watch live shows, and shop the marketplace. May 14-16.
Taste chicken wings, participate in a wing eating contest, listen to live music, play in the kids’ zone and more. May 15-16.
This outdoor festival features more than 60 painters, photographers, sculptors, metalwork, glass artists, jewelers and more. May 22-23.
Shop pottery, woodwork, metal work, jewelry creations, handmade children’s clothing, photography, watercolor, oil, soaps and lotions, mosaic art and more. May 22-23, June 26-27, July 24-25 and Aug. 28-29.
Celebrate butterflies with the migration game, education, food and entertainment. June 5-6.
An artist’s market, artist demonstrations, live music, gourmet food trucks and performances. June 12-13.
Enjoy classic southern BBQ, blues and bluegrass music and more. Aug. 14.
Enjoy dozens of different kinds of BBQ. Aug. 20-21.
Display your skills with Chalk Spot, see works from 175 artists, enjoy food, and kids can make and take artwork home. Sept. 4-6.
Participate in science activities in this themed “Science is 4 Everyone” festival. March 5-6.
Participate in workshops regarding tiny house construction, the tiny lifestyle, off-grid living and more, along with live entertainment, food and drinks. March 20-21.
Celebrate all things science with this hybrid festival. Through March 27.
Celebrate 40 years of cherry blossoms, arts and crafts, cultural performances, live music and more. March 27-28.
See spring blooms, play games, watch movies, enjoy carnival rides, listen to live music and more. March 19-28.
Artists display paintings, pottery, metalwork, folk art, glass, jewelry, yard art and more. April 10-11.