Happy New Year! To ring in 2020, check out some of these events happening in Atlanta over the next month.
Atlanta Winter Wine Festival
On Saturday, January 18th you can head to City Winery to have some wine, beer, ciders, and fun! Get your tickets soon, buy yours online before the 10th and they’re $45. If you aren’t sure you want to go until closer to the event, it’s only 5 dollars more. This is a 21+ event, with two sessions. The first session begins at 12 and goes on until 4. If you don’t like day drinking as much, get your tickets to the 2nd session! It begins at 6 and lasts until 10. Get your tickets here!
Fernbank Museum’s Winter Wonderland exhibit is almost over, ending on January 12th! If you haven’t been, it’s not something you want to miss. The exhibit showcases traditions and decorations for holidays from all over the world! Not to mention, the trees are stunning. Members go free, others can pay here!
MLK March and Rally
An important day for many locals in Atlanta is January 20th, the annual MLK march is a day to commemorate King’s legacy and all he did for our country. The march begins on Peachtree and Baker Streets, at 1:45. People start gathering at 1 PM. If you want to be more involved, consider volunteering! You can get more information on VolunteerMatch.com. Also, read more details about the march, and other events happening for MLK, here.
Flamenco and Spanish Wine Night
If you like drinks and dancing, cha-cha your way over to the Mask Center on January 24th, at 8:30 PM. This is a 21+ event, and tickets are $30-$35. Wine is included with the show. Enjoy flamenco in a romantic and intimate environment. It is in a small theatre and tickets should be bought ahead of time. Get yours here.
Eventide Brewing Anniversary Party
More of a beer person? Me too. Head to the 6th anniversary party this upcoming Saturday for Eventide Brewing. General Admission is free of course, but some might want to consider a VIP ticket. For $55, you can get two different Eventide glasses (one exclusively given out to VIP ticket holders), a t-shirt and an ‘All You Can Drink’ wristband. From 12-5, it is an all-ages event. They’ll have face painting, a bounce house (which sounds like it’s for kids, but I might jump in myself), Tex’s Tacos (https://texstacos.com), games and live music. After that, however, this party goes into adult only mode. 18+ event, with a live DJ, dancing, pizza, and much more. Read more about it here.
We hope everyone had a safe and happy Holiday and New Year. Here’s to 2020 being the start of our best decade yet!