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Here Are the Most Anticipated Food Festivals & Events Happening this Fall in Atlanta

Who else is ready for this summer heat to get on out of here?!?! 🥵🥵🥵 We’re tired of melting in these Atlanta streets and looking forward to the advent of cooler weather this fall–and with it, more fun outdoor activities that involve eating and drinking, and eating… and drinking! Check out our list for some of the mostly hotly anticipated festivals coming to Atlanta this fall, in order of when they’re happening!

Photo: Midnight Market
Photo: Midnight Market

1. Midnight Market ATL

When: September 15, 2023 to September 16, 2023
Where: 241 20th St, Atlanta, GA 30363
Cost: $25-$75
What: 21+ nighttime event with roller skating and lots of food trucks and bar vendors at Atlantic Station! This event tends to sell out and some attendees mentioned long lines at their summer event, so it could be worth looking into VIP tickets at this event or going on the earlier side. 



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2. Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

When: September 20, 2023 to September 24, 2023
Where: Historic Fourth Ward Park, 680 Dallas St NE, Atlanta, GA
Cost: $125 to $400
What: One of our all time favorite food festivals featuring the Southeast’s most talented chefs! Buy tickets for an epic extravaganza or unlimited food + drinks on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of O4W Park. You can even use code aeTV15 for 15% off your general admin ticket! And don’t forget to check out their “gourmet gathering” ancillary events happening around town for beautifully crafted pre-fixe menus from the city’s top chefs! 

3. Atlanta Arab Festival

When: September 30, 2023 to October 1, 2023
Where:  Alif Institute 3288 Marjan Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340
Cost: Free admission
The Alif Institute is hosting their annual Arab festival 9/30 to 10/1 this year! It’s a celebration of Arab culture and the Arabic language returning for its 16th year in Atlanta. Admission is free!

4. Taste of Tucker

When: October 7, 2023
Where:  Alif Institute 3288 Marjan Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340
Cost: Free admission, purchase taste tickets for food + drink
 huge fans of Tucker, and Taste of Tucker is a great way to explore what this cute Atlanta suburb has to offer! There’s a kid zone with free games and activities for little ones to enjoy and live music. 

Photo: Facebook/Chomp.and.Stomp
Photo: Facebook/Chomp.and.Stomp

5. Chomp & Stomp

When: November 4th, 2023
Where:  Cabbagetown
Cost: Free admission, $10 to taste chili 
What: This event is unexpectedly awesome. All of Atlanta descends on Cabbagetown, a cute-as-a-button historical intown neighborhood and neighbors open up their porches and yards for a chili cook-off, beer, and live bluegrass music. The weather is usually gorgeous and it’s the perfect fall activity. 

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