Don’t wait for another snowmageddon to hit so you can transform your driveway into a slippery slope. For the winter months, Stone Mountain has set up Snow Mountain, a place where you can have all the frosty fun your heart desires. In addition to the free-reign SnowZone, you can go snow tubing on one of the many slopes open this season.
Cost: $34.95 - $79.95
After a hiatus in 2019, the yearly bout for dominance between HBCU marching bands comes back to the Mercedes Benz Stadium. The eight finalists have been chosen, so now it’s time to see which school leaves the Honda Battle of the Bands victorious.
Cost: $10 - $28
Experience Seishun Con, Atlanta’s premiere winter anime convention, as it returns for its 10th year. Held at the Marriott Marquee, the three-day event has panels and special events in store for attendees, from nightly karaoke to a cosplay contest.
Cost: $75 - $125
The Atlanta Winter Beer Festival hits Atlantic Station for its 10-year anniversary with a four-hour tasting of wine, beer, and cider. For a modest price, attendees will have the opportunity to sample as much booze as they please, and the tickets come with a commemorative souvenir cup as well.
Cost: $35 - $55
To kick off Black History Month, the Hapeville Maker Space is hosting Afro Arts, a showcase of African American music, culture, and contemporary art. The exhibit is free, and it’s a great way to celebrate Black History Month.
Forego the typical Valentine’s Day dinner and catch a play about searching for love through food. The Marietta Theatre Company’s Five Course Love finds three actors portraying 15 characters across five different restaurant-based scenes. And if that mere concept makes you peckish, find comfort knowing that dinner packages are available for the show as well.
Cost: $25 - $125