Event of The Week
Saturday, from 12-11p, what is easily Atlanta’s weirdest parade invades Little Five Points a full two weeks before Halloween. Most people will be giving out candy, and a lot give out booze, so... um, bring your kids?
Thursday, October 17th
From 9p-Midnight, Red Bull's Canvas Cooler Project
is giving ATL artists a chance to compete in what is essentially “Pimp My Ride”, but for chilled beverages, and you a chance to vote on the best art'd-up Red Bull cooler.
If you love improvised comedy, but hate looking at people, Improv in the Dark, which is exactly what it sounds like, is for you. Grab a $7 ticket, then hit the Village Theater at 1030p.
Friday, October 18th
Come to Wild Bill's Fight Night for the wild rednecks beating the hell out of each other in a cage. Stay for the ring card girls and Affliction t-shirts.
Saturday, October 19th
Why mess with the bulls in Pamplona when you can get the horns, here? The Great Bull Run is giving you multiple chances to run from live bulls, and throwing in a massive tomato battle for good measure.
the only area craft beer festival that's actually sponsored by a city is going down in Decatur, and you know what that means! Yup, it's your civic duty to drink beer.
Sweet beer specials, a special German menu, a stein-holding contest from 4-5p, and live music are just a few of the things you'll find during Meehan Public House's all-day Oktoberfest.
Sunday, October 20th
Fall Festival on Ponce is taking over Olmsted Linear Park from 11a-6p so you can check out local arts & crafts, drink wine, and hit up some of the city's sweetest food trucks.
Hit the far end of The Highlands from noon-2p for Morningside Block Party replete with beer, wine, and what's probably the only noodle-eating contest you’ll be in this year.
Sweetwater beer has something for everyone... but they don't have fried bacon, so DBA BBQ is letting Atlanta’s biggest brewery take over their taps for a week of meat and beer and even more meat.