Guide to 2023 Atlanta, Georgia Fall Festivals and Fairs
These fall festivals and fairs around Atlanta and Georgia are the perfect way to have an autumn adventure with your family. Enjoy live entertainment, stroll through an artists’ market or try a festive treat. Charges may apply for some festivals, such as inflatables and activity stations in addition to entrance fees; check websites before visiting.
Enjoy exciting attractions, shows, live music, fair food, carnival rides, kiddie rides and more. Sept. 29-Oct. 8.
Enjoy two days of fun with more than 20 performance acts, a parade, booths and fair foods. Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
New this year, performing sea lions, robot MAX POWER, dinosaurs in Jurassic Kingdom and a dog show. Through Oct. 1.
Gather together with friends and family for fair food, surprising amusement rides and exciting concerts and performances. Oct. 5-15.
Go on an adventure with unlimited rides, play fun games, and taste mouth-watering food and treats at this fair. Oct. 6-Nov. 5.
Taste foods from restaurants, and stop by two entertainment stages with local musicians, a dog show, fashion show and more. Oct. 7.
Shop more than 100 local antique and art vendors, enjoy delicious food, and watch football on the big screen. Oct. 7.
This car show benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with an array of cars, boats, bikes and more, and enjoy snow cones, a photo booth and face painting. Oct. 7.
This community festival features a Taste of BBQ, live music, an artist market and a fun zone with activities for kids. Oct. 7.
Arts and crafts, a children’s area and local food and beverage. Oct. 7-8.
Artists from across the country will show off their talents with folk art, ceramics, paintings and more, along with an interactive Kidz Zone. Oct. 7-8.
This epic car show will showcase exotic cars, motorcycles and luxury brands. Oct. 8.
Play with inflatables, a rock wall or the train, and participate in costume and dog costume contests and more. Oct. 14.
This family festival features games, raffles, food, face painting, STEM activities, an obstacle course and more. Oct. 14.
Taste yummy cuisines, watch your favorite college football teams on the big screens, listen to live performances and more. Oct. 14.
See tons of makes and models of cars, tour fire engines, have your face painted, participate in giveaways, check the safety of your child’s car seat and more. Oct. 14.
Explore arts and crafts booths with painting, photography, jewelry and more, listen to live music, play in the children’s area and more. Oct. 14-15.
Enjoy a day of arts and crafts vendors, food, kid’s activities, live entertainment, costume contests and more. Oct. 21.
Enjoy arts, crafts, food, live music, demonstrations, competitions and more. Oct. 21.
This fundraising party benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and features unique cars, tasty BBQ, craft beer and wine, live music and more. Oct. 21.
This lakeside festival features art, music, food and fun. Oct. 21-22.
Enjoy a variety of live cultural performances and music, international cuisine, an art walk, a Kidz Zone and more. Oct. 21-22.
Go on a monster scavenger hunt, listen to live music, watch a parade and more. Oct. 21-22.
Participate in games and competitions, enjoy pipes and drum performances, watch Highland dancers and more. Oct. 21-22.
Shop the creations of more than 130 artisans. Oct. 21-22.
Watch reenactments of the gunfight at O.K. Corral, listen to Western music, shop for jewelry and more, while kids will love the art projects, hay bale calf roping and bouncy house. Oct. 28.
Cold beer, football on the big screen, arts and crafts booths, food and children’s activities abound at this festival. Oct. 28-29.
Enjoy park attractions, a nighttime parade, storybook characters, glowing experiences and more. Through Oct. 29.
Enjoy 30 food booths, a beer garden, children’s activities and two entertainment stages. Nov. 4.
Shop the creations of nearly 175 artists and artisans. Nov. 4-5.
Watch live music, see livestock shows, ride carnival rides and more. Oct. 5-15.
Enjoy beautiful fall scenery as you shop arts and crafts vendors, watch educational demonstrations, listen to live music and play on the midway rides. Oct. 6-14.
Shop arts, crafts and antiques, and children’s activities include face painting, rock wall climbing, bungee jumping and more. Oct. 7-8.
Rock City celebrates its German heritage with special performances and activities. Oct. 7-29.
View handmade exhibitor items, and taste delicious Southern cooking. Oct. 14-15.
Ellijay is known for being apple country and this fall festival celebrates their prize fruit with a parade and apple-themed activities. Oct. 14-15, 21-22.
Enjoy hands-on pioneer skills exhibits, traditional craft vendors, local authors and historians, apple cider from a hand-cranked press and more. Oct. 21.
Celebrate the historic discovery of gold in this city with arts and crafts, food, entertainment and more. Oct. 21-22.
Dress in costume to enjoy Halloween festivities. Oct. 28.
Enjoy German-style entertainment with food, music and dance. Through Oct. 29.
Walk the gardens featuring pumpkin sculptures, topiaries and mums, and after dark, watch the gardens come to life with illuminating experiences. Through Oct. 29.
Enjoy fall weather, shop crafts and artworks, watch live entertainment, taste corn pudding and cinnamon bread, and at night, see the Great Pumpkin LumiNights display. Through Oct. 30.
This festival features arts and crafts vendors and a carnival with modern rides and food and game concessions. Sept. 1-4.
This juried fine arts festival has an Artist Market, Children’s Art Alley, Chalk Spot and more for exploring creativity. Sept. 2-4.
More than 300 artists and crafters will display their works. Sept. 7-10.
Enjoy cuisine and desserts from food trucks, listen to live music, and shop vendors at this vibrant outdoor market. Sept. 8.
Pizzerias from all over Cobb County will offer delicious food, and play in the Kid’s Zone, listen to music, visit the beer garden and more. Sept. 9.
See more than 400 distinctive British automobiles and motorcycles to support the Amanda Riley Foundation. Sept. 9.
Buckhead Avenue will be transformed into a Parisian-inspired, open-air market showcasing French and French-inspired businesses. Sept. 9.
Cheer on more than 50 teams as they compete with their boats, and enjoy a wide variety of Chinese artisans performing or displaying their wares. Sept. 9.
Play all day with beach access, putt putt, a floating obstacle course and more before enjoying hot air balloons and fireworks at night. Sept. 1-3.
Listen to live, family-friendly concerts with food trucks and other vendors. Sept. 15-16.
Remember a simpler time and pay tribute to farmers who worked the fields for generations with hundreds of antique tractors and engines on display. Sept. 15-17.
Sample food from more than 30 restaurants, listen to entertainment, and play kid’s activities. Sept. 16.
Join in Downtown Lawrenceville’s first food, music and arts festival with live performances, talented artisans and more. Sept. 16.
Play in the OK Corral, the family fun zone, listen to an evening concert, watch the parade, shop vendors and more. Sept. 16-17.
Celebrate Japanese culture with an anime village, food vendors, performers, workshops, games and more. Sept. 16-17.
Celebrate the arts with this festival with artists, local entertainment, kid’s activities and more. Sept. 16-17.
This outdoor festival features around 100 painters, photographers, sculptors, glass artists and more, along with artist demonstrations and live music. Sept. 16-17.
Arts and crafts vendors, delicious food and more. Sept. 16-17.
Explore creative artists’ displays and play in the Kidz Zone for families. Sept. 16-17.
Travel back to the good old days with homemade treats, handmade crafts, a farm animal petting zoo and carnival rides. Sept. 8-16.
See juried artists, five stages of entertainment with cultural music and dance, a new stage with poetry, storytelling, acoustic music and more, an area for families, international food booths and more. Sept. 15-17.
Listen to the sounds of Blues music, and taste BBQ from local and regional cookers. Sept. 16.
This celebration features traditional cultural crafts, storytelling, educational programs, live demonstrations, music and dance. Sept. 16-17.
Celebrate Barnesville’s historic heritage as the “Buggy Capital of the South” with hog calling, wagon pulling, a fiddle contest and more. Sept. 16-17.
Experience a diverse taste of cuisines from chefs around Snellville and the surrounding area. Sept. 17.
Celebrate the fall harvest with farm animals, the unity garden, activities and lawn games. Sept. 17.
Celebrate the diverse cultures and communities of Lawrenceville with an international bazaar, unique wares, delicious cuisine, live music, dance performances and more. Sept. 22-23.
This experience showcases Greek history and culture and serves delicious, authentic Greek food. Sept. 22-24.
This arts and crafts festival features a children’s area with games, bouncy houses, a petting zoo and miniature train rides. Sept. 23-24.
This event includes a children’s area, musicians, interactive art stations and more. Sept. 23-24.
Enjoy amusement rides, arts and crafts, exhibits, live animals, competitions and more. Through Sept. 24.
Ride carnival rides, see themed stunt shows, watch puppet performances, listen to live concerts and more. Through Sept. 24.
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of this festival with hayrides, fresh apples, train rides, axe throwing, cornhole, live entertainment and more. Sept. 23.