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Out and About in the ATL | April 11-17, 2022

It's time for Easter egg hunts!
It's time for Easter egg hunts!(Live 5)
Published: Apr. 11, 2022 at 11:03 AM EDT
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ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - It’s April in Atlanta and that means plenty of things to do both inside and outside. Check out this week’s list of things to do in metro Atlanta, including Easter events. If you would like to submit an event, send an email to joyce.lupiani@cbs46.com.

MONDAY

It’s Hot Dog Night at Woodward & Park. The pop-up event includes 7 chefs offering 12 hot dogs to choose from. Reservations can be made on Open Table.

The metal band Powerglove out of Boston, Massachusetts, performs in Hell at The Masquerade.

Danish singer-songwriter MØ - Karen Marie Orsted - performs at Variety Playhouse on Euclid Avenue NE.

TUESDAY

Four-time GRAMMY Award-winner Jimmie Vaughan performs at Variety Playhouse on Euclid Avenue. Andrea & Mud will open.

WEDNESDAY

City of Dunwoody is hosting Firefly Poetry & Open Mic Night at Gilly’s Sports Bar on Dunwoody Park.

Las Vegas headliner Terry Fator brings his show Who’s The Dummy Now” to Center Stage at The Loft.

Terry Fator is performing in Atlanta.
Terry Fator is performing in Atlanta.(KF Publicity)

THURSDAY

The Avenue Peachtree City is hosting a spring festival. There will be photos with the Easter bunny, an Easter egg hunt, live music by a DJ, balloonists and caricaturists, face painting and mini petting zoo.

Soul singer Melanie Fiona performs at City Winery Atlanta. Melanie Fiona has toured with several acclaimed artists including Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Mary J Blige and D’Angelo, and often refers to herself as “The Singing Nurse” on stage.

Melanie Fiona performing at City Winery Atlanta
Melanie Fiona performing at City Winery Atlanta(COURTESY OF MELANIE FIONA)

The Red Hare Cocktail Class Series continues at The Still on The Square. Learn how to make 3 signature craft cocktails. Limited tickets.

Singer-songwriter Jordan Davis is bringing his brand-new Buy Dirt Tour to The Eastern.

FRIDAY

The Black Coffee Festival kicks off for a two-day event featuring 30+ entrepreneurs showcasing their products and/or services at the Ali Events Center on Jonesboro Road.

Night Market is happening at Drake Field in Peachtree City. Fun-filled night of live music, shopping, food and beverages on Lake Peachtree.

RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles will celebrate the anniversary of Abbey Road at The Fox Theatre on Peachtree Street NE.

RAIN A Tribute to the Beatles
RAIN A Tribute to the Beatles(WGCL)

Relentless Road is bringing their Bar Friends Tour to Terminal West on West Marietta Street NW.

Alice in Chains frontman Jerry Cantrell is bringing his brand-new Brighten Tour to The Tabernacle on Luckie Street NW.

Atlanta rapper Young Thug performs at State Farm Arena. He’ll be joined by special guests, unique to Atlanta.

SATURDAY

An Easter Egg Hunt is happening at Mason Mill Park. Presented Johnny Magik, Bridgepoint Church and Friends of Mason Mill Park. Registration required.

Brookhaven’s Easter Egg Scramble is happening at Blackburn Park on Ashford Dunwoody Road. There will be food trucks, Easter egg hunts, photos with the Easter Bunny and more.

Two Easter egg hunts are happening in Stockbridge, hosted by Councilwoman Yolanda Barber. The first one is at Mt. Olive Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and the second is at First United Methodist Church at 4 p.m.

Halcyon is hosting Hoppin’ into Halcyon for families featuring animals, artful entertainment, bunny-themed surprises and plenty of treets for kids. Proceeds will benefit Jesse’s House.

The Avenue West Cobb is hosting a spring festival. There will be an Easter egg hunt, Easter bunny visits, face painting, cotton candy stations, food trucks, mini petting zoo, a 360 photo booth and more. Reservations requested.

The Makers Building at The Works is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for all ages. There will also be live music, food, ax-throwing lessons and more. Tickets required for Easter Egg Hunt.

Divas Drag Brunch debuts at Sports and Social. Enjoy a delicious a la carte brunch menu and specialty cocktails. Event is 21 and up. Tickets start at $20.

Learns about the trees, trails and history at Grant Park, Atlanta’s oldest park. Learn about the Lion Bridge, Milledge and Erskine fountains and more.

The Sandy Springs Artsapalooza Arts Festival is happening this weekend. There will be art, a children’s play area, music and more.

Pets are welcome this weekend at the Georgia Renaissance Festival. Dogs and cats on leashes are welcome. Registration required. There will also be a mass vow renewal this weekend.

Comedian Wayne Colley, better known as “Kountry Wayne,” performs at Fox Theatre.

Ironshield Brewing in Lawrenceville is hosting the Blooming Beyond Spring Festival to raise money for cancer research and more. Live music, BBQ food truck and variety of vendors.

Nuts ‘n Berries in Brookhaven is hosting Hemp Fest with live music, lounges, food, social experiences, educational talks, paintings and more.

Atlanta Ballet presents “Snow White” at Gas South Theater.

The 7th annual Food-O-Rama is happening at Grant Park featuring a wide selection of food trucks.

Families are invited to Marietta History Center for their monthly pop-in event. This month’s theme is Bugs & Flowers.

The Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra performs at Smith-Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw.

The 16th Annual ATL Blues Festival returns to Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center and will feature an blues honor roll of performers and legends.

DJ Steve Aoki will spin at District Atlanta on Armour Drive NE. Bottle service available.

DJ Steve Aoki
DJ Steve Aoki(COURTESY STEVE AOKI)

Jill Rocks Grace Jones pays homage to the past, present and future at Venkman’s on Ralph McGill Boulevard NE.

SUNDAY

Performances of UniverSoul Circus continue in the Grey Lot at Turner Field. UniverSoul features a combination of interactive circus acts, theater and music. Suitable for the entire family.