There’s always something to do in the A – always. But just in case you need a little help finding some entertainment, we’ve got you covered.
Atlanta is buzzing with concerts and performances this fall with One Music Fest kicking it off. If festivals aren’t quite your thing, you can see your favorite artists up close and personal at the many concerts that are coming through Atlanta this month. You can see your favorite boy bands and singers at the Millenium Tour or vibe to the Nigerian sounds of Wizkid and Tiwa Savage. You can find a slew of other concerts by visiting sites like ticketmaster.com
Yes of course you can go thrifting any time throughout the year but rumor has it that the beginning of true fall is the best time to revamp your wardrobe and find pieces that could really make a statement. If you need to create space in your closet, you can go the Marie Kondo route and purge your closet of all the things that don’t bring you joy. If space isn’t your issue, you can take it slow and add pieces as you find them.
Six Flags Fright Fest is a spooky celebration of all things fun and horror at Six Flags. You can go any (or every) weekend up until the last day of the month. If you’ve never been to fright fest, I’ll warn you to keep your guard up and prepare for a few shocking moments. From men with chainsaws to sleepwalking clowns, it can be a lot to take in.
The High Museum
The High Museum is an Atlanta treasure in any season. The High Museum is a place you can go with anyone. A significant other, best friend, family, or alone; depending on the vibe you’re looking for. It’s a place you can explore over and over and still find something new and intriguing to peak your curiosity. This month, there are a few exhibits you could check out. GATECRASHERS: THE RISE OF THE SELF-TAUGHT ARTIST IN AMERICA, REALLY FREE: THE RADICAL ART OF NELLIE MAE ROWE, and OUTSIDE THE LINES. Sharing the same building, the Atlanta Symphony is doing movies in concert this month. You’ll get to watch a movie, like Home Alone, and listen to the orchestra play along.
Tiny Doors ATL is an Atlanta-based art project that brings 7-inch doors to Atlanta landmarks all over the city. These tiny sculptures, created by artist Karen Anderson Singer are designed to reflect the spirit, architecture, and other unique elements of the surrounding community. The numbered doors around Atlanta are always free to visit and accessible to people of all ages.