OLD FOURTH WARD FALL FEST; Food Truck Rally | Lantern Parade Party

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Sep 9-10, 2016

830 Willoughby Way Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
2016-09-09 12:00:00 2016-09-10 12:00:00 America/New_York OLD FOURTH WARD FALL FEST; Food Truck Rally | Lantern Parade Party

Last year’s event drew 10,000 festival-goers. It is a two-day affair built around the enormously popular Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, and it features Atlanta’s best food trucks, live local bands, lantern-making workshops, games and more.

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Rival Entertainment are teaming up to present a first-ever festival experience that embraces the spirit and culture of the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, which debuted in 2010 and drew more than 22,000 participants last year.

The OFWFF will place live entertainment, a food truck rally (with the most popular mobile eateries in the city), adult beverage concessions and a college football sports bar, a kids’ area, lantern-making workshops hosted by premier local artists, pet-friendly zone, a Lantern Parade viewing party and more distinctive experiences at the halfway point of the Lantern Parade route, which marches from Irwin Street at Krog Street Market to Piedmont Park.

More details: https://festivalrooster.com/festivals/old-fourth-ward-fall-fest-food-truck-rally-lantern-parade-party/
Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park alongside the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail

Atlanta, Georgia

Last year’s event drew 10,000 festival-goers. It is a two-day affair built around the enormously popular Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, and it features Atlanta’s best food trucks, live local bands, lantern-making workshops, games and more.

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Rival Entertainment are teaming up to present a first-ever festival experience that embraces the spirit and culture of the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, which debuted in 2010 and drew more than 22,000 participants last year.

The OFWFF will place live entertainment, a food truck rally (with the most popular mobile eateries in the city), adult beverage concessions and a college football sports bar, a kids’ area, lantern-making workshops hosted by premier local artists, pet-friendly zone, a Lantern Parade viewing party and more distinctive experiences at the halfway point of the Lantern Parade route, which marches from Irwin Street at Krog Street Market to Piedmont Park.

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