Check out some of the top things to do this weekend in Atlanta for couples, families and anyone. Here are several fun events happening in the city, selected by our editorial team. (Or view the full list of Atlanta events.)
Fun Things To do This Weekend in Atlanta
Carol’s Picks | Carol is the ATL Insider’s culture vulture. If there is a new exhibit in town or a new show on the stage, Carol is the first to know about it.
- Virgil Abloh: "Figures of Speech", Saturday, Nov. 9-Sunday, March 8, 2020
Love fashion and the creative process? Then this exhibit might be for you. Virgil Abloh is described as a modern, gender-bending artist. He became creative director of the Louis Vuitton menswear line in 2018. The exhibit focuses on his creative process, collaborative work and pioneering discipline. Count me in.
- The Atlanta Pancakes & Booze Art Show, Friday, Nov. 8
Pop art, fine art, photography, booze and free pancakes; now who wouldn't want to attend? Also on tap, live body painting, live art and DJs. Note: You must be 21 or older.
- Henri Dauman: Looking Up, through Dec. 30
Photographer Henri Dauman is known for his iconic photographs, which graced the covers of some of our nation's most popular magazines. His personal story as a Holocaust survivor is easily as compelling as his photos.
Things To Do This Weekend in Atlanta for Families
"Rudolph" lands at the Center for Puppetry Arts for the 10th consecutive year. 📷: Clay Walker
Joleen's Picks | Joleen is a work-at-home mom to a 6-year-old son. She and her family live in the 'burbs but enjoy regularly traveling into the city for family-friendly fun and adventure.
Things To Do in Atlanta for Couples
Tommy's Picks | Tommy is a young professional keeping an eye out for the best date night ideas in Atlanta.
- Wicked, through Nov. 17
This Broadway hit views a tried-and-true tale from a decidedly different perspective, and it couldn't be more relevant just around Halloween.
- Native American Festival and Pow Wow, all weekend
The largest Native American gathering in Georgia takes place this weekend at Stone Mountain Park, showcasing the culture through dance, music, crafts, cooking, storytelling and wildlife presentations.
For the ACVB Editor's Picks along with a look at all of the events happening this weekend in Atlanta, check out our full events calendar. Then head over to Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to share how you will #DiscoverATL this weekend.