Join the 9th Annual Atlanta Arts Festival next weekend, October 24- 25, and treat yourself to the perfect weekend in Piedmont Park. Artist demonstrations and classes, festival cuisine, live music and more converge upon Piedmont Park bringing together Atlanta’s enormous art loving community, creating one of the best art weekends in the country. After exploring the artist tents, guests can head over to the Art of Cooking Stage where Atlanta’s culinary elite will bring a whole new meaning to “festival food.” Once the appetite is satisfied – sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of talented local musicians on the Festival’s live music stage.
“No festival is complete without live music and delicious food to enjoy,” said Festival Co-Founder Tracy Tepp. “We are thrilled to bring all genres of art together in one weekend. This year guests can look forward to beautiful art, music, food, interactive classes, sponsor activations, the Lil’ Artist Alley, Creation Station, Canvas By U! classes and so much more.”
Art of Cooking Demo Schedule
Saturday Oct. 24*
11:30 am                 Parker’s On Ponce: Executive Chef Andre Brookins
12:45 pm                 521 Kitchen & Que: Chef Drew Kirkland
2:00 pm                   Spice To Table: Sous Chef Robyn Tedder
3:15 pm                   Barefoot Wine: Brand Ambassador, Randy Arnold
4:30 pm                   Sugar Moon Bake Shop: Owner Amy Christine                                     
Sunday Oct. 25*
11:30am                  Murphy’s: Chef Ricky Navas
12:45pm                  Char Korean Bar & Grill: Chef De Cuisine David Song
2:00pm                    Nature’s Garden Express Cold Pressed Juices: Owner Michael Kirk &
                                  Production Manager Tyler Pearson
3:00pm                    Barefoot Wine: Brand Ambassador, Randy Arnold
4:00pm                    Tito’s Vodka: Georgia Representative, Theo Hall
The Atlanta Arts Festival music lineup encompasses a wide variety of genres appealing to every musical palate. 
Music Lineup & Schedule
Saturday Oct. 24*                                                                                
All Day | Mike Snowden (14th Street entrance)                                     
11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Chase Lamondo                                               
12:30 pm – 1:45 pm | Rodeo Twister                                                   
2:15 pm – 3:30 pm | Heather Luttrell and the Possumden                 
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm | Gibson Wilbanks                 
Sunday Oct. 25*
11:00 am – 11:45 am | Sara Rachele   
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm | Andrew Salgado
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm | The Saint Francis Band
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm | Charlie and the Foxtrots
*The line-up is subject to change.  Event is rain or shine.
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The 2015 Festival is sponsored by: Stivers Subaru, PNC Bank, Barefoot Wine, Kroger, Casper, Leaf Filter, Tito’s Vodka and more. For a full list of 2015 corporate and media partners visit:
Atlanta Arts Festival is a professionally-juried fine arts event that will fill Piedmont Park in Atlanta GA with color and life, October 24-25, 2015. Ranked among the Top 100 Fine Art & Design Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine in 2012, Atlanta Arts Festival brings to the drawing board 200 local and nationally recognized artists from an eclectic mix of 12 mediums, Including; jewelry, painting, photography, ceramics and sculpture, leather and metal, glassblowing and more – all in one weekend!


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