Top 2018 Memorial Day Weekend Events
Summer fun is just around the corner! Try these festivals and other special events during your three-day weekend. Also check out our list of 250 Fun Things To Do in Atlanta With Kids for more ideas.
Artist demonstrations, juggling, fire show, jousting, a hypnotist, parrot show, acrobatics and more. Games, rides and festival foods. Here is our guide to the festival with kids. Through June 3.
Watch high-flying trapeze acts, aerials and acrobats or hop on carnival rides and play midway games. May 19-28.
The Alliance Theatre will preview scenes from its upcoming productions “Winnie-the-Pooh” and “Wizard of Oz.” Free performance in the Historic Fourth Ward Park Amphitheater. May 26.
Beach ball and boogie board bonanza relay, limbo luau game, build a sandcastle, make popsicle art and more. May 26.
Go on a musical road trip with John Paul George and his singing dog, Ringo. May 29-June 10.
A weekend of jazz performances, children’s activity area, face painting, children’s concerts and games. May 26-27.
Artist market, musical performances, dance and literary arts, Children’s Art Festival on Saturday with jugglers, a gaming truck and more. May 26-27.
Arts and crafts, children’s area, local food and live music on the lawn. May 26-27.
Artist market, children’s arts and crafts area, live music and more. May 26-28.
Take advantage of the day off with a trip down the river. Join a naturalist for a morning paddle and be back in time for cookouts. May 28.
Musical performances, laser show, fireworks and daily attractions: SkyHike, Geyser Towers and Ride the Ducks are open daily. Head to Dinosaur Explore and meet dinosaurs or visit the Dinotorium for super slides, trampoline floors, climbing structures and interactive games. May 25-28.
Watch the Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament full of skiing and wakeboarding tricks then enjoy live music, a children’s area, a movie on the beach, fireworks shows and more. May 25-27.
Ceremony to honor military members with live music, a picnic and more at Roswell City Hall. May 28.
Step outside and experience nature –there are so many beautiful places for easy hikes near Atlanta. Try these next time you’re looking for free and cheap fun with the kids.
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