Friday-Saturday, September 11-12
Old Fourth Ward Fall Fest

Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark, 830 Willoughby Way

This weekend is the Beltline Lantern Parade, and what better way to watch it than at a festival? We’re heading to the skate park for a food truck rally and beltline lantern parade party with live music, a full bar, yoga with KOP and of course, watching the parade from the Beltline. This weekend is going to be pretty magical, if you ask us.



Friday, September 11, 7 p.m.
Art Opening at Notch8 Gallery

Notch8 Gallery, Lakewood, 1397 Blashfield St.

Notch8 Gallery in South Atlanta is opening a Collective Art Exhibition featuring some of our favorite artists like Miya Bailey, Kevin Bongang, Corey Davis, Barry Duperon, Dubelyoo, Josh Feigert, Will Mitchell, Brandon Sadler, Mister Soul and Adam Stephenson. Get a little closer to the gallery on their Instagram.



Saturday, September 12, noon
ONE Music Fest

Aaron’s Amphitheater, Lakewood, 2002 Lakewood Ave.

Janelle Monae may be from Kansas City, but Atlanta has always claimed her as our own. So much style and talent packed into a tiny parcel- what’s not to love? She’s here with Lauryn Hill, The Roots, Ghostface Killah and others for One Music Festival, featuring upcoming hip hop acts, timeless R&B legends, rap icons and alternative greats.



Saturday, September 12, 8 p.m.
Don’t You Forget About the Breakfast Club

Highwire Comedy Co., Decatur, 3041 N Decatur Rd.

There’s nothing like an ‘80s teen movie. The sportos, motorheads, geeks, bloods, wasteoids, dweebies, we love ‘em all. And you know what else we love? Making up as we go, so we’re pretty fired up to see this improvised ‘80s teen movie. The chuckleheads at Highwire will take audience suggestions to make up a story full of nostalgia and hilarity.

Deal nearby: Corner Pub