We just want to take a moment to share a few awesome events happening in and around Atlanta that you're sure to enjoy!
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ATLANTA EVENTS -FEBRUARY 2023
Althea René gained musical inspiration from her father Dezie McCullers (one of Motown's original Funk Brothers). She has since developed her creative style. More details
Annual oyster festival at Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar, with Louisiana Cajun-style oysters and live entertainment. For more details
Kindred the Family Soul is a Grammy-nominated adult contemporary R&B duo from Philadelphia consisting of husband and wife Fatin Dantzler and Aja Graydon. Big hit singles eluded them, but they developed a strong following that appreciated their unwavering dedication to releasing relatable and mature R&B. More details
1UP Comedy, Fire City Comedy, and Hissy Fit Comedy are teaming up once again to bring you the second annual West End Comedy Fest. More details
The HBCU marching event of the year is back! It’s the HBCU All-Star Battle of the Bands. New name–same event you’ve always loved. The original battle of the bands is back in Atlanta and kicking off Black History month with six of the top HBCU marching and bands in the country along with special performances by two of the best high school marching bands in Atlanta. Get Tickets
Come join thousands of LEGO fans for two days filled with everything LEGO at
AtlantaBrickCon, a LEGO Fan event! More details
Sol Dance is a free-form movement experience where all bodies are welcomed. We offer a gently guided, sensory journey meant to be experienced in its entirety. The music is meticulously curated by Scott alongside talented percussionists & sound healers – generally not limited to only one genre. More details
One of the biggest Jewish film festivals in the world, featuring dozens of narrative and documentary films. For more details
Annual festival of the televisual arts in association with the Savannah College of Art and Design. More details
...and rare performances by Gospel Recording artist Gene Moore, Khari Cabral of JIVA, Spiritual Influencer- A Soul Called Joel, Mayah Dyson, and a few other surprises! Get Tickets
The second and final installment of Hapeville Celebrates Black History will include a very special live performance by cellist Okorie "OkCello" Johnson. OkCello is an Atlanta-based cellist-songwriter, looper, improviser, and storyteller who has been featured in InStyle and Atlanta Magazines, and has participated in numerous collaborations, including with the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Emory University, and Flux Projects and has performed and recorded with numerous award-winning artists, including Maxwell, Van Hunt, India.Arie, De La Soul, and Big Boi of Outkast. More details
Explore the science of color with this vivid exhibit, The Nature of Color. Learn how color conveys information and helps us make sense of the world in both human and natural environments. More details
Bring your sweetheart for a romantic evening at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where fragrant orchids, live entertainment, dancing and refreshments set the mood. More details
Charity race run in underwear at Eventide Brewing to benefit research into and awareness of neurofibromatosis. More details
No matter your ethnicity, if you support Black owned businesses, you are invited to attend this event. Atlanta has not had a large general Black expo in years... A place where you could find Black owned companies like caterers/bakers, insurance, hair stylist, therapist, business coach, realtor, artist, handy man, moving company, etc. all in one place. More details
Wine festival at Pratt Pullman District, with 50+ wine and craft beer tastings, live performances and other activities. More details
Come join the Pussywillows and the amazing David Williams on Drums & Dustin Williams on Bass at Eddie's Attic for a killer evening of original music to kick off 2023! More details
Annual beer festival at Atlantic Station, with 150+ beers and other drinks, and live music. More details
Soloist, composer, soulful bandleader, and award-winning saxophonist Trey Daniels is an inspiration for his generation in jazz, funk, R&B, and Hip Hop. More details
Anita Baker has brought grace and class to every performance since her teenage days honing her three-octave vocal range at Detroit nightclubs. After gaining more experience on the stage with the Detroit funk band Chapter 8, she set off on a solo career in the early 1980s.
She hit it big with such romantic classics as "Sweet Love" and took the world by storm, starting with her first headlining stint, The Rapture Tour, in 1986. Over the next decade, Baker kept conquering the charts as well as stages around the world, until 1994-95's Rhythm of Love tour.
After a long hiatus, she came back strong in 2004 after signing to Blue Note Records, and she became a regular on the road once again. In January 2018, she announced her retirement, but not before saying goodbye with a bang with her hugely successful Farewell Concert Series tour. More details
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater brings their unparalleled talent to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta to connect you to the heart of dance. Celebrate the latest season with new works, audience favorites, and beloved classics, including Alvin Ailey’s timeless masterpiece Revelations. Get Tickets
Following a successful fall tour and much lauded four-night sold out run with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center earlier this fall, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros—consisting of Bobby Weir, Don Was, Jay Lane and Jeff Chimenti—announce three nights alongside the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the Atlanta Symphony Hall. More details
Odessa Green Agency and Vision One Media Presents ODESSA GREEN'S JAZZLIFE
LIVE PERFORMANCE BY JULIE DEXTER
FRIDAY FEB 17 2023
This is Jazz event that will take place twice a month, featuring all the best we have in Jazz music locally and nation wide. Get Tickets
Miss Royalty International pageant promotes diversity and inclusivity. We welcome ages 4+ including an Elite division for 60+. More details
Come out for a sultry listening party with the Sugar Biscuit Band featuring Vanessa Simon as they bring an evening of jazz and R&B in romantic, intimate, and classy setting. Grand opening will be Saturday, February 25th at 8pm. More details
Join the fun in Universal Joint in Downtown Lawrenceville for their 2023 4th Annual Chili Cook Off is on Saturday, February 25th from 12:00 to 4pm! More details
Food and drink festival at Atlantic Station, with beer and bourbon tastings, southern-style barbecue, live music, vendors and games. More details
Annual race series with marathon, half-marathon and 5K courses through central Atlanta. Start and finish lines at Centennial Olympic Park. More details
Annual oyster festival in Midtown Atlanta, with roast and grilled oysters and other foods, live music and bar. More details
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