The fall festivals to go for to uplift your soul and live the moment
Fall festivals in Georgia are celebrated with much happiness and enthusiasm to mark the fall season of Mid Autumn. Falls marks a journey to the beginning of new things, new aspirations, and new highs, and thus, Georgia is a perfect way to roll in for an Autumn adventure with your family and friends. Enjoy live festivals, savor delicious delicacies and discover and support new and enthusiastic artists playing all your favorite music together.
Due to the pandemic, certain guidelines and preventive measures are in force, so kindly through the website before enrolling for any festival.
Some of the events in Georgia this weekend are :
Lake Hartwell Music Festival:
Coming up with their nine-season this year, this live music festival features local bands that tributes to classic and contemporary rock bands.
Organized on the shores of Lake Hartwell, at Lake Hartwell Resort, this tribute will have a large variety of music, free kids’ play area, and plenty of seating area. You can enjoy your picnic by bringing the necessary tents and mats as required. Enjoy the food and drinks served during the fest organized on May 29th.
Georgia Mountain Fair:
Held with a mild and moderate temperature enhanced with beautiful scenery, there is no better place to be than the North Georgia Mountains during the falls.
Live in this 9 days event of fun and entertainment, radiate in the music with old way demonstrations at Crafts village and Pioneer village enjoying Flower shows and Carnival rides, held in Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds on August 13th – 21st.
Festival Peachtree Latino:
An ethnic festival is held annually at Piedmont Park in Atlanta. The festival celebrates one of the largest multicultural events in the entire Southeast. It comprises arts and crafts, sports and activities, dances, ethnic food, and live music. Celebrate the 20th year with acclaimed and new artists on August 29th.
Saint Mary’s Rock Shrimp Festival
The 49th Annual Rock Shrimp Festival held in Downtown Waterfront, St. Mary’s brings joy and a day of family fun to Saint Mary’s. The best part of the day is the rock shrimp dinners that include rock shrimp, and the southerneastern delicacies that are the popular highlight. The 5K race before the beginning of the festival along the waterfront at St. Mary’s River all along the marshes. Breathe in a fresh ray of sunshine and spirits in this signature festival as you become a part of this grandeur on October 2nd.
Georgia Mountain Fall Festival:
Held in Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds, which is home to several popular fests, is the Georgia Mountain Fall Festival. The fairgrounds are located on 161 acres alongside the lake Chatuge in the north Georgia mountain community. The Fairgrounds offers an insight into the past with its historic Pioneer Village, an expansive and comfortable music venue in the Anderson Music Hall, it’s a 9-day event with music every day in Music Hall – Georgia State Fiddlers Convention – over 70 crafters – Pioneer Village with demonstrations, moonshine still, blacksmith, soap making & hominy making from October 8th – 16th
Thus, these are the perfect occasions to breathe life into new and mundane, to raise spirits and divert our minds largely from all the Covid crises and breathe in a fresh ray of hope, but with masks and sanitizers!