Out and About in the the ATL | May 30-June 4, 2022
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - During the last few days of May and the first weekend of June, there’s plenty to do in metro Atlanta. Check out what’s happening in metro Atlanta.
The Alpharetta Symphony Orchestra presents The Roaring 20s Concert at Brook Streek Park. The concert will feature Takosha Swan and music from the 1920s and 2020s.
The all-new Treetop Tykes Trail for children under 48 inches tall is now open at Zoo Atlanta. Children will zip, zig, zag, and balance as they navigate a course of rope ladders, bridges, nets, and tightrope-style foot lines three to four feet off the ground.
The 22nd Gumball 3000 arrives at Atlantic Station Tuesday. Cars will be arriving starting at 3 p.m.
Colony Kids at Colony Square happens the last Tuesday of the month through October. Each month there will be entertainment, crafts, games and more.
Stand Atlantic from Australia is bringing their North American F.E.A.R. Tour to The Loft on West Peachtree Street NW in Atlanta.
Best End Brewing on White Street SW in Atlanta is hosting a live stand-up comedy show featuring some of Atlanta’s best comics. Free admission.
High Museum is kicking off a new programming initiative for visitors age 50 and older. The new program features events and classes designed for curious adults to explore art, exercise their creativity, learn new skills and make social connections. There will be a kickoff celebration from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starbenders is performing in Purgatory at The Masquerade at Underground Atlanta. They will be joined by Caroline Reilly.
Finely Crafted featuring cocktails and comedy is happening at Old Fourth Distillery at 487 Edgewood Ave. in Atlanta.
The 2nd annual Serviceberry Festival is happening in conjunction with the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market on Stokeswood Avenue. The festival celebrates all things serviceberry, also known in Georgia as juneberries.
Broadway in Atlanta is offering discounted college rush tickets for Disney’s “Frozen,” which is playing through June 12 at The Gox Theatre. Must have valid college ID.
The 3-day Southern LitFest “A Celebration of all things Southern” is happening in historic downtown Newnan. There will be bestselling authors and columnists; craft bourbons; homemade crafts and food on Saturday; trial of the Big Bad Wolf; and “Lewis Grizzard: In His Own Words.”
The Atlanta Falcons is offering a First look at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Be the first to see the 2022 Atlanta Falcons as they prepare for the upcoming season. Tickets are required.
Reverence inside Epicurean Atlanta is offering a bourbon experience with an exclusive tasting led by Buffalo Trace’s Master Blender Drew Mayville. A four-course dinner will be curated by Reverence Chef Ewart Wardhaugh.
The two-day Candler Park Music Festival is back with music, food trucks, local vendors and artist market. Performing artists include Grace Potter, Yonder Mountain String Band, The Disco Biscuits, CBDB, Cha Wa, and Webster.
Chelsea Shag is performing at the first-ever Rockin’ the Square concert on the Old Courthouse lawn in Fayetteville. There will also be food, drink, and treats offered by PTC Grill, Hyppo Mayday Ice Cream, and Gremlin Growlers. Guests are invited to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets.
The hit comedy podcast “Sisterhood” is appearing at the Rich Theatre. Hosts Christie Wallace and Heather McKinney will be diving into the history of a legendary fortune teller – and ghost – Mayhayley Lancaster to bring a local spin to their live podcast recording.
Tinkercast, the creators of Wow in the World, is bringing a free pop-up activation for kids and families to Fernbank Science Center today, East Lake Park on Saturday and Coan Park on Sunday. Wowzers are asked to bring a yellow-colored item that can fit into the palm of their hand to help create a rainbow collage of WOW.
Grammy Award-winning pop and R&B performer Jody Whatley is performing at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheater in Mableton.
Nick & Tim will perform a special acoustic set of Beatles favorites at Venkman’s. All ages show.
A grand opening celebration for Perimeter Marketplace is happening in Dunwoody. There will be live music, giveaways and family-friendly activities. Tenants include Publix, Chopt, First Watch, Panda Express, SuperChix and more.
The Atlanta Wine Walk presented by Chateau Ste. Michelle is happening at Live! At The Battery. There will be live entertainment, wines from a variety of winemakers, and a few craft beers. Portion of ticket sales proceeds will benefit Bert’s Big Adventure.
The Atlanta Pride Run 5K is happening at Piedmont Park in Atlanta. More than 1,200 participants are expected. There will also be live entertainment.
Stillfire Brewing in Suwanee will feature The Andrews Brothers Dueling Pianos in their brew garden. This all-request sing-a-long music and comedy show is definitely not for kids.
The Milk + Cookies Block Fest is happening at Centennial Yards featuring Gucci mane, Alison Wonderland, Westside Boogie, Alex Vaughn, Perreo404 and more.
Scotty McCreery and special guest Tyler Rich are performing at Brightmoor Amphitheater in Fayetteville. Presented by The Bear 92.5.
Country music singer and songwriter Dierks Bentley is bringing his Beers On Me Tour 2022 to Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta.
Malts and Vaults: Where Beer Meets History returns this weekend to Oakland Cemetery. The hour-long walking tour of Atlanta’s brewing history includes a complimentary pint at Six Feet Under. Tickets are limited.
The Market at 97 Estoria, a monthly pop-up event, will feature local artists, vintage curators and handmade artisans from around the Southeast. It will take place at Georgia Vintage Goods, 727 Wylie St. NE in Atlanta.
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