MARTA to the American Craft Show

The American Craft Show takes place at the Cobb Galleria Centre in March. As one of the largest juried fine craft shows in the Southeast, the event features 250 of the country’s top contemporary craft artists, specializing in everything from handmade ceramics to fine jewelry, apparel, furniture, home décor and textiles. Explore the best transit […]

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MARTA to Oakhurst Porchfest

The Oakhurst Porchfest is a fall neighborhood event filled with live music and other performances on front porches throughout the tree-filled Oakhurst neighborhood. There is also various food for sale at different homes, with some of the proceeds benefiting charitable causes. View the interactive Google Map to learn more. MARTA Directions The East Lake MARTA […]

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MARTA to the Buckhead Fine Arts Festival

The Buckhead Fine Arts Festival is a two-day fine arts outdoor festival in September closest to the Buckhead MARTA station on the red line. The event takes place in the Buckhead Village and features approximately 100 painters, photographers, sculptors, metalwork, glass artists, jewelers and more. Artist demonstrations and live acoustic music are also part of […]

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MARTA to Cheese Fest Atlanta

Cheese Fest Atlanta in an annual fall event with over 100 small producers of fine artisan cheeses and specialty foods from around the world. Near the BeltLine Eastside Trail and the North Avenue MARTA station, the festival takes place in the Historic Old Fourth Ward Park and features unlimited food samples, live music and cash bars […]

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MARTA to the Black History Month Parade

Atlanta’s Black History Month Parade takes place on in downtown Atlanta near several MARTA rail stations and bus routes. This family-friendly event starts at Hurt Park (100 Edgewood Avenue) and travels to Centennial Olympic Park via Marietta Street. NOTE: No parade in 2020 Train Directions For the shortest/easiest walk to view the parade, take any train […]

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MARTA to Project Pabst Festival

Project Pabst Atlanta offers a unique festival experience in the East Atlanta Village with music, art, hands-on interactive elements as well as food and beer. Enjoy old school video games in the PBRcade, the PBR Vandalism interactive graffiti art display and PBR Wax, which features on-the-spot pressing of vinyl recordings that the fans create themselves. This […]

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MARTA to Elevate Atlanta

Elevate Atlanta is a downtown public art event next to the Five Points and Garnett MARTA stations at 91 Broad Street. In addition to visual art, performances, an artist market and food trucks are part of the festivities. The Five Points station is on all rail lines and has more pedestrian traffic than Garnett. Use the Peachtree Street […]

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MARTA to Shaky Beats

Shaky Beats is a multiple-day music festival featuring electronic, indie and hip-hop acts in Centennial Olympic Park. Two MARTA stations are in walking distance: Peachtree Center on the red/gold line and GWCC/State Farm Arena on the blue/green line. Walking time from either station to the entrance gate is less than 10 minutes. Peachtree Center Directions From Peachtree […]

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MARTA to the TERMINUS Event

The TERMINUS event is a multi-day convention, festival and party where movies, TV, gaming, and all things media come together. Participate in hands-on workshops, parties, exclusive film & TV screenings, game design expos, live-play tournaments and opportunities to rub elbows and network with celebrities and industry leaders. Directions At the W Hotel Midtown, the Terminus event is […]

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MARTA to the BeltLine Boil

The BeltLine Boil is an annual Low Country boil competition and fundraiser in the Fourth Ward Skate Park. In addition to food tastings, the $10 admission fee includes live music and local vendor marketplace with proceeds supporting Atlanta parks and the installation of lights along the trail. As the name suggestions, the event is just off the BeltLine, […]

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MARTA to Chomp and Stomp

Chomp and Stomp is annual chili cook-off and festival in Cabbagetown in between the Inman Park and King Memorial MARTA stations. In addition to plenty of chili tasting, enjoy live bluegrass music or run the 5K. There are several ways to get to the festival without driving (and you don’t want to drive anyhow because […]

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MARTA to Atlanta Streets Alive

Atlanta Streets Alive is a popular city event where streets are closed to cars, allowing pedestrians, skaters and bike riders to explore entertainment, activities and local businesses. There are several locations where the event takes place. See below for commute options. Central The Central Atlanta Streets Alive route is on Peachtree Street in downtown and Midtown. […]

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MARTA to Taste of Chamblee

Taste of Chamblee is a yearly food festival in October that is a short walk from the Chamblee MARTA station on the gold rail line. In addition to food samples from area restaurants and alcoholic beverages, there is live entertainment, a kid zone and an art walk. To reach the Chamblee station, board a northbound […]

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