The 85-foot-long, 40-foot-wide Rink at Park Tavern is now open, with a “Fire & Ice” theme that will not include zombie dragons, but instead have private cabanas, fireplaces and fire pits, and specials on sushi, sangria and house draft beer from 9pm to midnight every evening.
The Village Theatre
You deserve adult comedy in the form of puppets, and that’s just what you’ll get at The Puckin’ Fuppet Show. It’s a competitive “puppet slam” that also includes audience games like the “Baby Jesus Manger Toss,” and wild contests that include egg nog funnelling and candy cane, um, swallowing.
Cost: $10, cash only
The Battery Atlanta
Terrapin Taproom, Live at The Battery, and several other food and drink establishments around SunTrust Park invite you to dress up like history’s favorite jolly holiday gift-deliverer and go around sipping and snacking. Your ticket includes $5 that can go toward a PBR during the 11pm afterparty, and don’t forget to bring an unwrapped toy; the Marines are collecting them outside Sports & Social for Toys For Tots.
Cost: $5 - $20
Go to the O4W restaurant and live music venue named for Bill Murray’s Ghostbusters character, and watch the holiday comedy “Elf.” Brunch will be served, so get reservations to make sure you’ll have a table.
Cost: Free (excluding brunch)
The B Complex
Not only can you hype-beast yourself silly and buy all sorts of fresh footwear, but you can also feel good because funds will support Christmas giveaways for youth. Go VIP and with the “To Move Ya Feats” package and you’ll get faster entry, open bar, retail discounts and swag.
Cost: $37.25 - $1,658 (depending on how much you want to flex)
State Farm Arena
Eight of today’s hottest singers, including H.E.R., Ella Mai, Tory Lanez, and even Lil Duval (yes, he’s a singer) will all be onstage at the annual Winterfest concert.
Cost: $78 - $157 (depending on what section you want)