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One of the most wondrous times of the year, summer in Atlanta means gorgeous weather, lively cookouts, late-night outings, and plenty of outdoor activities. Continue to wear your masks and social distance so that you can enjoy your summer without any COVID-related blips.
Now, with that said, here the coolest things that you can do in Atlanta this summer. Westside Unlike last summer, there should be plenty of opportunities over the next few months for you to pop out and show off your one-of-a-kind style. If your closet is in need of a major upgrade, then pull up to the annual Atlanta Streetwear Market. Make sure you secure your tickets as soon as possible because from now until May 31, early bird tickets to the Atlanta Streetwear Market are free.
Various Locations One of the coolest nontraditional holidays of the year is Record Store Day, which is an annual nation-wide celebration of mom and pop record stores everywhere. Of course, the pandemic absolutely disrupted Record Store Day last year, but now, audiophiles can rejoice because RSD will be held during the summer over the course of two days. On June 12 and July 17, celebrate Record Store Day by hitting up your favorite local record stores and grabbing some new vinyls for your collection.
Although it's been pushed back from its originally scheduled dates in April, the Dogwood Festival is slated to return later this summer and take place from August 6 to August 8. This beloved Atlanta staple will boast food trucks, rides and attractions, an artist market, a dog frisbee competition, and so much more. See if you have what it takes to break out of prison Cobb Atlanta has a reputation for having some of the most difficult and well-produced escape rooms in the South, and one of the most exciting ones that you can experience is The Escape Game at The Battery.
With captivating games ranging from breaking out of prison to executing a museum heist, The Escape Game boasts several challenges that will test your wits and deductive reasoning skills, and the hardest part about the attraction is figuring out which escape room you should try first. Spend a breezy evening on the roof of Ponce City Market Old Fourth Ward Nothing quite captures the joy of summer than carnival-style games, great sunset views, and drink-fueled evening outings.
Luckily, the Roof at Ponce City Market has all of that and more.
Whether you wish to see a private screening of any of the great movies coming out this spring or simply want to get out and play video games on an enormous screen, Midtown Art Cinema is the place to go. The creative space sidesteps typical painting events and puts visitors into space where anything—like literally getting splattered with paint—is possible. Each session at Splatter is one hour long with enough space for two to eight people to participate, and each participant gets a disposable poncho, disposable shoe covers, sterilized gloves and goggles, a 16xinch canvas, and access to splatter paint.
Go unleash your creativity all season-long. The shop has several book clubs, with focuses ranging from literature written by BIPOC authors to classic horror stories, so any Atlanta-based bookworm will surely find one that interests them. It offers a really nice camping or rather glamping experience by offering Yurt rentals. The round, cabin-style tents are made of wood and canvas, and they feature log furniture, air conditioning, electrical outlets, lockable doors, outside decks, picnic tables, a metal fire pit, and more.
The Paint Factory is a burgeoning Black-owned mobile paint-n-sip company that regularly hosts themed in-person events, and it also offers private at-home paint-n-sips as well as virtual classes. That way, you can still have fun while you social distance this summer.
This summer, take a visit to all of the gorgeous hiking trails, natural landmarks, and outdoor reserves scattered across Georgia. Courtesy of Six Flags White Water. Get some new gear at the Atlanta Streetwear Market Westside Unlike last summer, there should be plenty of opportunities over the next few months for you to pop out and show off your one-of-a-kind style. Courtesy of Atlanta Botanical Garden. Go on a hunt for limited edition records Various Locations One of the coolest nontraditional holidays of the year is Record Store Day, which is an annual nation-wide celebration of mom and pop record stores everywhere.
Courtesy of Puttshack. The Escape Game Atlanta. Ponce City Roof. The Splatter Studio. Joshua Robinson is a contributor for Thrillist. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter at roshjobin. Our Newsletter.
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