Out and About in the ATL | April 4-9, 2022

Published: Apr. 4, 2022 at 10:21 PM EDT
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ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - Don’t let the rain and cool temps keep you inside. There’s plenty to do this week in metro Atlanta.


Laughing Hour on The Square (Colony Square) featuring stand-up and improv acts from Punchline Comedy Club, Dad’s Garage and Whole World improv happen on the first Monday of the month from April to October. Free to attend. Serena Pastificio will operate an outdoor pop-up bar during each screening.


The CANNONS with Madi Sipes & The Painted Blue perform at Terminal West on West Marietta Street NW.


High Card Brewing in Tucker is hosting Pilates and Pints at 6 p.m. Get your stretch on and then have a beer.

Yoga on the Square happens at Colony Square from 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday. This year’s first session will be taught on April 6 by onlYoga. The schedule will rotate weekly.

Head to Roaring Social Alpharetta, the speakeasy at the Hamilton Hotel, for dueling pianos on Wednesday night.


Movies on the Square is back on Thursdays at Colony Square in midtown Atlanta. First Thursday of the month through October. “Jumanji” is the first movie.

Parker Millsap is performing at The Eastern in a rooftop show. Millsap is known for his gritty and high-energy folk music.


The Epicurean Atlanta, midtown’s only culinary-focused hotel is hosting a weekend-long Masters watch part at the Office Bar. There will be drink specials and Masters-themed dishes.

Thousands of people are expected to attend the 86th annual Dogwood Festival this weekend, kicking off on Friday, at Piedmont Park. There will be more than 250 artists, live music, an art exhibition, activities and more.

Dino & Dragon Stroll has arrived at the Georgia World Congress Center. It is a walk-thru experience among life-like and life-size dinosaurs and dragons.

Black Tiger Sex Machine is bringing its Once Upon A Time IN Cyberworld to Tabernacle Atlanta. It is an all-ages show.

The Bizarre Bazaar Night owl Market at The Beer Growler in Avondale Estates will feature 16 vendors selling art, jewelry, home decor, and more. The Mothman Moth Band also performing.

David Berkeley is next up in the Springs Concert Series at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. Berkeley has been called “the musical poet.”

Head to Fernbank Museum for a little Earth Day pre-gaming with after-hours access to exhibits interactive science and live music. Must be 21 and older.

Three-time GRAMMY Award-nominated R&B icon KEM is bringing The Full Circle Tour to the Fox Theatre.

Country singer Ashley Brooks performs Sixes Tavern in Cartersveille for the first time ever. Sy Chadwick will open.


The Spring Plant Sale is happening at Coweta County 4-H UGA Extensions. A variety of annuals, perennials, and vegetables will be available for purchase.

A walking tour of Druid Hills starts at 10 a.m. Hosted by Atlanta Preservation Center. View elegant homes of diverse architectural styles created by notable architects such as Neel Reid, W.T. Downing, and Philip Shutze in a lush park-like setting of curving streets and mature plantings.

The Brick Fest LEGO Experience at Cobb Galleria Centre features attractions and activities engineered to inspire, educate and entertain.

The Decatur Easter Hunt is happening at 11 a.m. on the front lawn of the First Baptist Church. Easter Bunny arrives at 10:30 a.m.

Spring Hoppening is happening at ChildrenConnect in Newnan. Photos with Easter Bunny, Easter egg hunt, arts and crafts, face painting, games and more.

Kilwins is celebrating its grand opening in Brookhaven with sweets, sounds and giveaways.

The Atlanta Spring Wine Festival is happening in the Historic 4th Ward Park. 50+ wine and beers, live music and more.

Monster Jam will be at the Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. It’s action-packed fun for the whole family. See your favorite monster trucks and more.

The Big Shanty Festival, celebrating the rich heritage of Kennesaw and the Civil War era, kicks off in downtown Kennesaw. Arts & crafts, food, merchants and live entertainment.

The Georgia Renaissance Festival in Fairburn is kicking off this weekend. It runs through May 30. The art and entertainment festival combines theater, entertainment, crafts and unique food. Themed weekends.

Red Top Brewhouse in Acworth is hosting a Spring Break party with live music, cornhole, beer pong, Shark Attack Fish Bowls and more.

The A-T-L Jazz Series will feature Peter White & Jazmin Ghent at Center Stage Theater.

The Awkward Bunny Hop and Crawl is happening in Fayetteville. Stops include Awkward Brewing, Gremlin Growlers, Line Creek Brewing and The Hummingbird Room.

Monster Jam will be at the Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. It’s action-packed fun for the whole family. See your favorite monster trucks and more.

A roller derby doubleheader is happening at Yaarab Shrine Temple. It’s the Yellow Jackets Roller Derby vs. Atlanta Roller Derby and Atlanta Aged Retired Roller Deby vs. Atlanta Roller Derby. All ages welcome.

The Electromatics are performing at Blind Willie’s Blues Club. The lineup features Jon Liebman, Nick Johnson, Dave Yoke, Charles Garner and Scott Glazer on bass.

Indie folk bank Bon Iver & Dijon are at the Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park on Stella Drive.

John Mayer is bringing his Sob Rock Tour to State Farm Arena.

Get to Napoleon’s in Decatur early before the Frankly Scarlett show on April 9 and enjoy music by Magnolia Express on the patio.


Unity Atlanta Church is hosting an Easter Block Party with free food, $1 hot dogs, a cornhole contest, games, DJ, line dancing and more.

Hampton + Hudson on Highland Avenue is celebrating Masters Sunday by throwing a watch party with golf-themed specials and drinks, including John Daly made with Elijah Craig Bourbon and Sunday’s in Augusta made with vodka and peach tea. The Masters Basket will feature a Pimento Cheese or Smoked Chicken Salad Sandwich with potato chips, a cookie and a Classic City Lager for $15 each. They’ll also serve $2 ice cream sandwiches.

A walking tour of Inman Park is happening from 2 to 4 p.m. Inman Park was Atlanta’s first planned residential development, dating back to 1889.

The April Local Market at Line Creek Brewing Co. in Peachtree City will feature real Cajun market and Azucar Cuban cuisine, live music, local vendors and tasty craft beer.

Hell at The Masquerade with The Slackers with Soul Radics and La Suegra. Doors open at 7 p.m.

If you would like to submit information for Out and About, send an email to joyce.lupiani@cbs46.com.