November Festivals in Atlanta

Enjoy the fall weather at an Atlanta festival.
  • Ever been to a Native American Pow Wow? Now's your chance.
    Ever been to a Native American Pow Wow? Now's your chance.
  • The Chastain Park Arts Festival is one of the best in the country, with esteemed artists and artisans.
    The Chastain Park Arts Festival is one of the best in the country, with esteemed artists and artisans.

The weather is a bit crisp – perfect for enjoying the various festivals scheduled for November in Atlanta. 

  • Native American Festival and Pow Wow, Nov. 1 - 4
    This annual festival highlights Native American culture through dance, music, craft demonstrations, cooking traditions, storytelling, wildlife presentations and skill presentations.

  • Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show, Nov. 2 - 4
    This event showcases the works of the country's most celebrated, award-winning jewelry artists. Browse among the more than 5,000 handcrafted pieces and maybe treat yourself to a present.

  • Cabbagetown Chomp & Stomp, Nov. 3
    Enjoy a great day at the Chomp & Stomp Chili Cook-Off and Bluegrass Festival that benefits one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Three stages feature bands that provide a soundtrack to the artist market, and the Romp & Stomp, a 5K race.

  • Chastain Park Arts Festival, Nov. 3 and 4
    Named one of the top arts festival nationwide by Sunshine Artist Magazine, the Chastain Park Arts Festival hosts approximately 185 artists and artisans. Visitors enjoy fine arts and crafts, a children’s area, local food and beverage concessions, and acoustic musicians.

  • Guaco Taco Festival, Nov. 10
    Celebrate tacos, guacamole and all things avocado with some of Atlanta's most popular restaurants.

  • Art Visions Artist Market, Nov. 10 and 11
    Art Visions is an artist market at Paideia School featuring a wide range of artistic mediums including oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed-media painting, photography, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, glass, metal and woodwork. Revenues support Paideia’s visual arts programs.

  • King of Pops Field Day, Nov. 11
    King of Pops holds its annual thank you to its customers with a fun afternoon featuring music, a pop-eating contest, face painting, games and free King of Pops.

  • Buried Alive Film Fest, Nov. 15
    Come enjoy – and scream – as you watch some of the most disturbing, visually appealing and scary independent horror films in the world. The festival is for those 17 and older.

  • Uncorked Atlanta Wine Festival, Nov. 17
    Hosted by the Atlanta Sport and Social Club, attendees enjoy complimentary wine and craft beer tastings, musical performances and fun wine-themed activities.

  • Atlanta Christkindl Market, Nov. 30 - Dec. 23
    The Christmas market is a street festival celebrating the season. Sponsored by the German American Cultural Foundation, Christkindl promises food, crafts, gifts to buy,  entertainment and fun activities for the family.

Journalist Mary Welch writes business and lifestyle stories for local and national publications.

 

 

 

 

 

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