20+ Not-to-Miss July Events
Don’t miss these exciting in-person and virtual events for a fun-filled July.
Georgia Ensemble Theatre presents a tribute to the Beach Boys and surf rock for you to enjoy outdoors with a picnic. July 9-25.
The Sanders Family, a traveling group of bluegrass performers, try to inspire Mount Pleasant Baptist Church’s congregation with their perfection, but as the evening goes awry, their hilariously imperfect natures are revealed. July 10-Aug. 2.
Pack your car with your favorite snacks and drinks for an outdoor movie experience. Lost Mountain Park: July 10 and 11; Hurt Road Park: July 17 and 18; Cobb County Civic Center: July 24 and 25.
Move like a lion in this fun, interactive program geared toward families with children ages 4+. July 11.
Presented by Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, this virtual mind-reading experience features mentalist Max Major’s powers of hypnosis and mentalism. July 11 and 16.
Spend one-on-one time with butterflies while enjoying a light breakfast and exploring the grounds prior to opening. July 12.
This virtual show follows the adventures of the Gingerbread Man, along with three other beloved fables in this performance from David Stephens. Through July 12.
When two evil bad guys decide to stop Christmas by stealing Santa’s mail, there is only one super hero who can help in this virtual performance. July 15-26.
Celebrate the Atlanta Ice Cream Festival’s 10th birthday with online activities. July 16-25.
Grab your family and friends and come to the Zoo for an evening of team challenges, scavenger hunts and interactive activities that will engage and excite. July 17.
This outdoor exhibition reflects Atlanta’s skyline and greenspaces inspired to help the viewer connect with nature. July 17-Nov. 29.
Watch The Queen’s Cartoonists perform music from classic cartoons and contemporary animation synchronized to videos of the original films, and see cellist and singer-songwriter Shana Tucker mix together jazz, classical, folk, acoustic pop and R&B for a musical performance. July 18 and 25.
Kids ages 8 and older will have the opportunity to build their own rocket and launch it on the same day. July 20.
Take photos with Santa, watch The Grinch, compete in a trivia game, taste food from restaurants and eateries and more at this Christmas in July event. July 23.
Learn all about homeschooling from the experts, while children have fun in the kids’ area. July 23-25.
The 1,500 square foot butterfly house will display hundreds of butterflies and their host plants that naturally occur in Kennesaw. Through Aug. 1.
Get up close and personal with hundreds of native butterflies surrounded by colorful nectar plants. Through Aug. 2.
Immerse yourself in 11 fun house-like spaces that test your senses and show you how or why what we perceive is not always reality. Through Aug. 9.
Explore the craft of mineral collecting with this exhibition containing more than 14,000 minerals from around the world. Through Sept. 27.
Fall down the rabbit hole and view the topiary-like sculptures of a 16-foot Red Queen and 14-foot Alice. Through Nov. 1.
Enjoy live music by Sail On, a Beach Boys tribute band, and pick up some delicious food. July 3.
Celebrate Fourth of July weekend at the beach, with rides, slides, attractions, restaurants, a DJ, dancers, fireworks and more. July 3-5.
Festivities include a parade, dances, food and vendors, fireworks and more. July 4.
Walk, run or ride a distance of 1-mile, 5K or 10K to benefit Bert’s Big Adventure, a nonprofit that provides children with chronic and terminal illnesses an all-expenses paid trip to Disney World. July 4.
With social distancing in the parking lots, enjoy North Georgia’s largest fireworks show. July 4.
Celebrate Independence Day with live music, a petting zoo, vendors, cow train rides, a giant jump pad and more with a fireworks show when it gets dark. July 4.