20+ Not-to-Miss September Events
We have you covered for the best family-friendly events this month. Celebrate Labor Day with these events. Don’t miss apple picking, corn mazes and fall festivals for more seasonal fun; enjoy these local exhibits and free movies and concerts.
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Chart a course through the night sky with characters from “Frozen,” “Encanto,” “Aladdin” and more. Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
Venezuelan artist Mago Junior Ascanio combines the arts of magic, clown, mime, juggling, music and more to create a hilarious show. Sept. 30.
Explore exotic animals from around the world, and learn what it’s like to care for reptiles. Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
The highlight of this popular culture convention is the parade, where you’ll see tons of your favorite costumed characters from movies, shows and more. Aug. 31-Sept. 4.
At this con for kids, festivities include creating your own hat, making slimy ogre snot, watching a spectacular Spiderman Science show, training like a Jedi and more. Sept. 1-4.
Aanika is a young African girl who grows up with Little, an orphaned baby elephant, and her courage is tested in order to save Little and her new family from poachers. Through Sept. 3.
Help the PAW Patrol as they rescue Robo Dog from Mayor Humdinger and restore order to the city. Sept. 8-10.
Blast off with musician and storyteller Jerry G. White for an interactive and intergalactic adventure. Sept. 9.
Watch athletes compete in enormous monster trucks. Sept. 9-10.
Discover hundreds of butterflies up close, and enjoy activities, crafts and educational experiences. Sept. 9-10.
Special family programming includes music by a local Atlanta DJ, drop-in art making and smARTboxes. Sept. 10.
China rabbit Edward Tulane must battle the high seas, befriend a happy hobo, comfort a sick child and more on his adventure to find his way home. Sept. 13-17.
Explore family-friendly activities and crafts around the theme of “Books, Books, Books.” Sept. 16.
Enjoy live music, an animal balloon twister and food trucks, along with pet contests, pet care and new pet products. Sept. 16.
Celebrate the harvesting season with live farm animals, games, crafts and the opening of “Naturally Artistic.” Sept. 17.
After the sun goes down, explore the Zoo for an evening adventure with night-vision technology and special activities. Sept. 22.
Honor Victorian tradition with live music, tours, craft beers and wine, an artist market, food trucks, a craft area and more. Sept. 24.
This Mexican folktale showcases Brother Coyote, who plans to eat all the plump chickens himself, but quick-witted Sister Fox is able to stay one step ahead of him. Through Sept. 24.