Out and About in the ATL | April 18-24, 2022
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - The weather is going to be mighty fine this week and there are plenty of things happening in the metro Atlanta area. Check out our latest list.
Atlanta Burger Week kicks off today. Enjoy $10 burgers at multiple restaurants, including Kirby G’s, Black Bear Tavern, Bob & Harriett’s Home Bar, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar and more.
Dyngus Dat Atlanta 2022 is taking place at Oremwood Church on Delaware Avenue. There will be dancing, dining and more. Kids welcome.
Epicurean Atlanta is hosting A Southern Seafood Affair featuring wine pairings by Jeremy Carter of Tarpon Cellars and a four-course coastal dinner by Chef Nick Leahy.
“Jesus Christ Superstar” opens at The Fox Theatre in Midtown Atlanta. This production won the 2017 Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival.
A new exhibit, “Freehand Project: Face Value,” at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film features three-dimensional masks made from rare, expensive, highly sought-after and classic sneakers.
Tom Rusell performs his latest original compositions at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur.
Joystick Gamebar and Line Creek Brewing are hosting Dungeons & Drafts -- Episode II: The Descent to El Dorado. The first session is at 6 p.m.
Lemonade Days in Dunwoody kicks off at Brook Run Park. There will be carnvial rides, live music, games and food/beverages available for purchase.
The High Museum of Art’s new exhibit “Oliver Jeffers: 15 Years of Picturing Books” features nearly 100 artworks, including original line drawings, sketches and finished illustrations from 16 of Jeffers’ picture books.
The 4/20 Paint & Puff Party is happening at 621 ATL in Jonesboro. Paint, smoke, eat, drink and shop in a huge venue.
The 46th annual Atlanta Film Festival + Creative Conference runs through May 1. 200+ films and educational events will be presented via a combination of virtual, drive-in and socially distanced in-person presentations.
High Card Brewing in Tucker is hosting music bingo. Winner of each round gets a free pour.
Illumine 2022 is an 8-night, after-dark experience at Historic Oakland Cemetery. The mile-long route will feature dozens of artistic lighting installations by local artists. Cellist Okorie “OKcello” Johnson will perform during the experience and there will be craft cocktails. Tickets are limited each night.
“Amen! It’s a Drag Show!” returns to Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium on Edgewood Avenue every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.
Del Amitri is performing at Variety Playhouse. All ages show. Presented by Zero Mile.
Hardcover/paperback books, DVDs, books on audiocassette, and magazines will be for sale at the Cobb County Public Library Book Sale in Marietta this weekend.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden is celebrating Earth Day. There will be special activities for little ones in the garden.
The Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes takes place in one of Atlanta’s oldest and most scenic neighborhoods starting with home preview on Friday. Festival happens Saturday and Sunday.
The Braselton Antique & Artisan Festival this weekend will feature 300+ vendors offering true antiques, furniture, farmhouse, local artwork, handcrafted primities, salvage items, 12 food trucks and adult beverages.
The annual Spin The District kicks off with the Handlebar Crawl at Beer Girl. Saturday is the first full days of faces for all ages and levels in Hapeville. The series continues through the end of April and concludes with the College Park Crit on May 1. Each race day includes live music, food trucks, beer tastings, family-friendly activities and more.
Roswell Youth Theatre presents “Into The Woods Jr.,” an adaption of Stephen Sondheim’s and James Lapine’s cockeyed fairytale. Performances at Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
NBA’s Eastern Conference Quarterfinals continue with a game between Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat at State Farm Arena.
The Purina Pro Incredible Dog Challenge is happening at Atlantic Station. There will be high-flying disc routines, head-to-head weave-pole racing, agility courses for all sizes, dog diving and more.
MotoAmerica Superbikes At Atlanta is happening at Michelin Raceway. There will be two days of nonstop racing action, autograph sessions, a kid zone and more.
Blues, Brews & BBQ is happening at Ironshiled Brewing in Lawrenceville. Music by Jackson and the Nightcaps and BBQ by Foggy Bottom BBQ.
The Amplify Decatur Music Festival in Decatur Square features multiple performances throughout the weekend, including shows by Tiger Kings, The bantam Breaks, Donna and the Wolfman, The War and Treaty, Mike Killeean Band and C’Mon Get back.
Krewella is bringing its The Body Never Lies tour to District Atlanta.
Todrick Hall’s The Femuline Tour stops at Atlanta Symphony Hall LIVE on Peachtree Street NE. Open to all ages.
The Atlanta Tough Mudder competition is happening this weekend at Bouckaert Farms. The 10K is 6+ miles and features 20 obstacles. The 15K is 9+ miles and has 30 obstacles.
The Brookhaven Community Yard Sale is happening at Briarwood Park Recreation Center on Briarwood Way.
Historic Oakland Cemetery is hosting a Spring Tree Walk at 10:30 a.m. Oakland is home to more than 1,600 trees.
A community market celebrating Earth Day is happening at Pittsburgh Yards on University Avenue. Black-owned businesses will sell a variety of merchandise, food and beverages. There will also be a plant sale.
The free Spring Artisan Market in LaGrange this weekend will feature more than 70 vendors, live music, food trucks and more.
Fernbank Museum is hosting Discovery Day: Born to Be Wild in honor of Earth Day. Experience all things wild at the Fernbank Museum.
Decatur’s Earth Day Festival will feature fun activities for the whole family at the Decatur Recreation Center on Sycamore Street.
The Autrey Mill Nature Preserve in Johns Creek is hosting an Earth Day celebration with Earth- and water-related activities.
The Spring Jonquil Festival in downtown Smyrna will feature more than 150 arts and crafts booths, 12 food booths, live entertainment and more.
PAWFest in Lawrenceville will feature a puppy parade, adoptable animals, costume contest, live music, demonstrations, vendors, food and more.
The Georgia Players Guild presents The Music of Tom Petty at Strand Theatre in Marietta.
Fayetteville is hosting an Earth Day Festival with vendors, craft making, a plant sale, food trucks, craft beer, sustainability exhibits, live music and more, including yoga and fitness classes.
The International Night Market is happening in Suwanee. There will be 40 vendors, 20 performers, international food, a latern contest, a parade and more.
Seltzerland will feature more than 100 unique hard seltzers from large and small brands at the John A. White Golf Course on Cascade Circle SW.
Head to The Village on Chamblee Dunwoody Road for Green Eggs & Kegs 2022, showcasing more than 20 restaurants, live music (two bands), four breweries, three distilleries and more. Proceeds from the ticketed event will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Head to Dahlonega for the Bear on the Square festival with live music, storytelling, local artists, food/beverages and more.
The Rock & Roll Playhouse plays the music of the Grateful Dead for kids and more as part of an Earth Day celebration at Terminal West on West Marietta Street NW.
The Spring edition of Atlanta Wine & Jazz is happening at Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta. Choose from more than 100+ wines from Hungary, Portugal, France, Italy Greece, Armenia, Argentina and Australia. Also enjoy craft beers.
Yonder Yoga is hosting “Poses in the Park” at Park Tavern near Piedmont Park. The class is for all levels of yogis and is free. DJ Dizzy Dre will bring the beats and there will be a complimentary post-yoga mimosa.
City Winery Atlanta on North Avenue NE is hosting Bottoms Up! Drag Brunch with Morgan McMichaels and Ongina from RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars.
5Church’s Sunday Service Rooftop Brunch in Midtown Atlanta is happening this Sunday. Full brunch buffet, live band, and a full-service bar. Buy tickets in advance.
The third BadAsh Allstar Team’s Women Rock jam is happening at Ted Light Cafe on Amsterdam Avenue.
English rock band The Cult performs at Tabernacle Atlanta. The Cult was formed in 1983 in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
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