What’s Happening Around Atlanta December 2019/January 2020

Here are our top picks for the next 30 days. Click on the name below and off you go!

 

 

Concert, December 18, 2019 (7:00 p.m.)

Holiday Hootenanny  is a concert broken down into four unique one-hour sets plus a silent auction to support charity at Variety Playhouse on Euclid Avenue for age 18+.

 

 

Jingle Ball Concert, December 20, 2019

Jingle Ball brings big-name music artists every December to State Farm Arena.

 

 

Celtic Concert, December 21 – 22, 2019

Celtic Christmas features fiddlers, dancers, singers, and a harpist from Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Appalachia at Rialto Center for the Arts.

 

 

Jewish Celebration, December 22 – 30, 2019

Free Chanukah Celebrations include menorah lighting, music, a parade, doughnuts, latkes, and hot drinks.

 

 

Football: Peach Bowl, December 28, 2019

Watch an exciting college football playoff at this year’s Peach Bowl in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

 

 

New Year’s Eve – Downtown, December 31, 2019, (8:30 p.m.)

Atlanta NYElectric has four DJs playing house & top 40 hits, plus an open bar at the Westin Peachtree Plaza for age 21+.

 

 

New Year’s Eve – Downtown, December 31, 2019,  (8:00 p.m.)

Dress up to enjoy an open bar, an early-evening mini buffet, DJ music and a midnight champagne toast at Downtown Countdown at Southern Exchange Ballrooms for age 21+.

 

 

New Year’s Eve – Beer Bash, December 31, 2019,  (8:30 p.m.)

A ticket to Brew Year’s Eve includes an open beer bar at Georgia Freight Depot, with DJ music and a midnight toast for age 21+.

 

 

New Year’s Eve at City Winery, December 31, 2019

Atlanta Wine Festivals New Years Eve is an “all inclusive party” with a buffet, wine, beer, liquor, live music, and a DJ at City Winery for age 21+.

 

 

New Year’s Eve – Buckhead, December 31, 2019

New Year’s Eve includes an early buffet, open bar, and champagne toast at Buckhead Saloon for age 21+.

 

 

Resolution Run, January 1, 2020

Resolution Run (5K, one mile, kids’ dash) is New Year’s Day at Piedmont Park. No pets or wheels.

 

 

Holiday Lights – Botanical Garden, January 1 – 11, 2020 (begins Nov. 16)

Garden Lights, Holiday Nights features illuminated attractions, synchronized light and sound, model trains, s’more roasting, and food for sale at the 30-acre Atlanta Botanical Garden. Open every day, but cheaper on “value nights.”

 

 

Cask Ale Festival, January 11, 2020, (2:30 to 6 p.m.)

Sample 55 cask-conditioned ales from U.S. and U.K. craft brewers at the Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting at Bold Monk Brewing Co.

 

 

Boat Show, January 16 – 19, 2020

See hundreds of new boats, marine gear, and accessories at the Atlanta Boat Show at Georgia World Congress Center.

 

 

Wine Party, January 18, 2020

Atlanta Winter Wine Fest offers 50 wines to taste with live music, a DJ, and food for sale at City Winery for age 21+. Repeats in April and August.

 

 

Chinese New Year Dinner, January 18, 2020, (6:30 p.m.)

Feast on an multi-course dinner of traditional Chinese dishes at Chinese Lunar New Year Cultural Dinner at Canton House Restaurant in Chamblee, which includes food history, cultural trivia, calligraphy, and audience participation for age 12+.

 

 

MLK Day March & Rally, January 20, 2020

Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Rally  assembles at 1 p.m. at Peachtree Street and Baker Street, and the march begins at 1:45 p.m. Free.

 

 

MLK Day for Kids, January 20, 2020

The Children’s Museum of Atlanta has special events (music, stories, and performances). Admission cost.

 

 

MLK Run/Walk, January 20, 2020

Drummers line the course of the MLK Day 5K Drum Run, which is preceded by music and dancing and followed by a party at Piedmont Park.

 

Credit to: https://www.events12.com/atlanta/

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