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 … Continue reading MARTA to the Buckhead Fine Arts Festival

South Broad Street Atlanta

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 … Continue reading MARTA to Elevate Atlanta

Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival

MARTA to the Old Fourth Ward Park Arts Festival

The Old Fourth Ward Park Arts Festival takes place in the Old Fourth Ward Park next to Ponce City Market. The festival includes an artist market, children's area, live music and food vendors.  The closest MARTA station is the North Avenue MARTA station on the red/gold line. From there, board bus 2  or 102 and exit at … Continue reading MARTA to the Old Fourth Ward Park Arts Festival

MARTA to the Peachtree Hills Festival of the Arts

The Peachtree Hills Festival of the Arts is a June event that takes place in the Peachtree Hills neighborhood in Buckhead. The festival features local art, live music and food trucks. The closest MARTA station to the event is the Lindbergh Center MARTA station, which is less than a 15-minute walk away. Take the Main Street … Continue reading MARTA to the Peachtree Hills Festival of the Arts

MARTA to the Sandy Springs Festival

The Sandy Springs Festival has been ongoing for over 20 years, and attendees can enjoy an artist market, live music, petting zoo, pet parade, 5k/10k and more.  It takes place at Heritage Green, 6075 Sandy Springs Circle, Sandy Springs, GA, closest to the Dunwoody MARTA Station on the red rail line. To get to the Dunwoody … Continue reading MARTA to the Sandy Springs Festival

Summer Shade Festival

MARTA to the Summer Shade Festival

The Grant Park Summer Shade Festival takes place every year at the end of August. There is a large artist market, food, live music, 5K and kids zone. For additional family fun, Zoo Atlanta is also in the park if you want to combine destinations into one trip. The closest MARTA station to the festival … Continue reading MARTA to the Summer Shade Festival

MARTA to the Chastain Park Arts Festival

An annual festival in November, the Chastain Park Arts Festival features over 200 artists, live acoustic music, local food, food trucks and a children's area.  The festival benefits "Livable Buckhead", which develops  and maintains  greenspace, as well as a scholarship fund for local artists administered by the Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces. Chastain Park is … Continue reading MARTA to the Chastain Park Arts Festival

Decatur Book Festival

MARTA to the Decatur Book Festival

The AJC Decatur Book Festival takes place every year over Labor Day weekend in Downtown Decatur.  It is an easy commute on MARTA, with most events, including author presentations, taking place above the Decatur MARTA station on the blue line. If you are starting on the red or gold line, transfer at Five Points to … Continue reading MARTA to the Decatur Book Festival

Piedmont Park Arts Festival

MARTA to the Atlanta Arts Festival

The Atlanta Arts Festival takes place in Piedmont Park on the second weekend after Labor Day. The festival features an artist market, live music and food around the active oval near 14th Street and Piedmont Avenue. The nearest MARTA stations are Arts Center and Midtown on the red/gold rail line. From Arts Center The Arts … Continue reading MARTA to the Atlanta Arts Festival

Candler Park Fall Fest music stage

MARTA to the Candler Park Fall Fest

The Candler Park Fall Fest takes place in Candler Park, a short walk from Edgewood-Candler Park MARTA station. The festival includes a 5K, music/entertainment and an artist market. Biking? Use the Stone Mountain PATH trail if you are commuting from downtown, Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, Little 5 or Decatur. Or you can take your bike … Continue reading MARTA to the Candler Park Fall Fest

Decatur Arts Festival market

MARTA to the Decatur Arts Festival

The Decatur Arts Festival takes place every Memorial Day weekend in downtown Decatur above the Decatur MARTA station on the blue line. In addition to an artist market, enjoy live music, literary arts and a kid-friendly activities. MARTA Directions Take a blue line train to Decatur and exit the station via Church Street. If you … Continue reading MARTA to the Decatur Arts Festival

Sweet Auburn Springfest

MARTA to the Sweet Auburn Springfest

May 11-12, 2019

Virginia Highland Summerfest

MARTA to the Virginia Highland Summerfest

The Virginia Highland Summerfest is a street festival that takes place in early June on Virginia Avenue. The event features live music, 5K and artist market that stretches from N. Highland Avenue to Park Drive/Ponce de Leon Place. Walking Directions The closest MARTA station to Virginia Highland is the Midtown MARTA station at 41 10th Street on … Continue reading MARTA to the Virginia Highland Summerfest

Inman Park Festival

MARTA to the Inman Park Festival

The Inman Park Festival takes place the last weekend in April next to the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. There's a large parade on Saturday at 2 p.m. and all weekend long you can enjoy music on several stages and a large artist market in the historic Victorian neighborhood. There are several ways … Continue reading MARTA to the Inman Park Festival

Dogwood Festival

MARTA to the Dogwood Festival

The Dogwood Festival takes place in Piedmont Park each April near the Midtown and Arts Center MARTA stations. Enjoy a large artist market, live music, disc dog competition and children's area at this historic event -- the first festival took place in 1936 after a city-wide planting of Dogwood trees. Festival shuttles are available at … Continue reading MARTA to the Dogwood Festival