Sunday, 10. September 2017, American events, Rescheduled: The ArtsATL Lawn Party 2017!

from 10. September 2017 - 15:00 till 18:00
329 people attending
Event description
We are back with a new date!!

Join in celebrating the end of summer and the final days of Luminary Award nominations! This year we take the party to Historic Oakland Cemetery! As if the setting isn't enticing enough, we are going to have a TON of things to do.

The event is free and open to the public, but a VIP ticket gets you a super fashion ArtsATL t-shirt and koozie designed by the good folks at Fallen Arrows, drinks and snacks!

Our sponsors ChooseATL, Pellerin Real Estate and The George are helping to make sure this will be the most fun you have ever had at a lawn party.

|| LET'S PLAY ||
Lawn games made by ! The amazing Gavin Bernard and the team at Bill Kaelin Marketing and Peach State Collective will make sure there are plenty of comfy zones where you can hang out and lounge!

Music curated by Deer Bear Wolf! The line-up includes Goldyard Twin Studies and Pamela_ and her sons!


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Hear from Atlanta city council and mayoral candidates about their arts platforms! We are excited to welcome mayoral candidates Kwanza Hall, Peter Aman, Mary Norwood, Cathy Woolard and Michael T. Sterling. City council candidates Alex *****, Cleta Winslow, Liliana Bakhtiari and Amir Farokhi will also join!

Major thanks to Kroger for presenting our Kids Zone! WonderRoot will be leading Activist Print Making for the YA crowd. The Wren's Nest will be there to do storytelling throughout the afternoon. You can print your own poster or tote to take home! InTown Stars School of Gymnastics will be there to keep the kiddos busy and tumbling while you enjoy a beverage.

Our favorite friends 97 Estoria, The Good Food Truck, Bai and Tito's Handmade Vodka will be there to keep you fed and hydrated!

ArtsATL is a nonprofit organization that promotes a healthy and vibrant arts community in metro Atlanta. We do this by providing a combination of thoughtful, critical analysis, news resources, commentary, programming and in-depth features of the city’s vibrant arts scene across all disciplines – visual art, design, music, dance, theater, books and film.


This event is free, open to the public and wheelchair accessible.

If you're interested in being involved or becoming a sponsor, contact Laura Moody at

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