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Georgia Annual Events

January

Bluegrass Festival - Jekyll Island

February

Annual Bridge Run - Brunswick

Fort Frederica Festival - St. Simons Island

March

Cherry Blossom Festival - Macon, Georgia
Visitors are treated to one of the most extravagant displays of springtime color and blooms in the nation as they visit the town most commonly referred to as the Cherry Blossom Capital of the World.

April

Atlanta Jazz Festival
The largest free jazz festival in the country, the Atlanta Jazz Festival takes place Memorial Day weekend at Piedmont Park. Enjoy concerts, jam sessions, an artist market and all that jazz.

Georgia Renaissance Festival - Fairburn, Georgia
Seize your sense of adventure and travel back in time to the grandest party since Camelot! Feast like a king on a massive roasted turkey leg. Shop like a Queen in our sprawling artist market for handmade treasures! Thrill to the jousting knights and let your spirits soar at the magnificent Birds of Prey Show! Kids of all ages will love the excitement of the rides in our medieval amusement park. Festival runs through May.

The Sacred Harp Music Festival - Carrollton

May

Brunswick Seafood Festival and Blessing of the Fleet - Brunswick

The Finster Festival in Summerville
Celebrates the folk art of our own Howard Finster

The Prater's Mill Country Fair in Dalton (Varnell), and Rome's Mayfest on The Rivers have been designated as part of the Top 20 Southeastern U.S. Events

The Arts in the Park Festival
A tradition in downtown Blue Ridge since 1977

June

Atlanta Film Festival
The annual Atlanta Film Festival features premiere screenings of independent films and videos, informative seminars, panel discussions and guest appearances by filmmakers, video artists and media professionals from around the world.

Georgia Peach Festival - Byron and Fort Valley, Georgia
Byron kicks off the event with a Backyard BBQ Cook-off. Food, Fun, Entertainment, Arts & Crafts and Fireworks complete the 1st weekend. Events thru the week. The festival winds up in Ft Valley the 2nd weekend with a parade, the world's largest peach cobbler, arts & Crafts, entertainment and a Street Dance.

Georgia Wine Country Festival - Helen
Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery
This annual event is held the 1st weekend of June at Three Sisters Vineyards-located between Dahlonega & Helen. It features wine tastings from participating Georgia wineries & wines from around the world. Two days of gourmet food vendors, folk art, farm exhibits, live music, vineyard wagon rides, tourism exhibits and a fun "kids area.

July

Old-Fashioned Fourth of July - Brunswick

Sunshine Festival & July 4 Celebration - St. Simons Island

Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza - Jekyll Island

August:

Golden Isles Kingfish Classic - St. Simons Island

Sea Island Festival - St. Simons Island

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September

Georgia State Fair - Macon
Fair has been held in Macon since 1851 and has a long tradition of family entertainment ranging from its agricultural and artistic craft roots to its carnival midway atmosphere. (478) 746-7184.

Annual Yellow Daisy Festival - Stone Mountain, Georgia
Voted the Nation's #1 Arts & Crafts Show by Sunshine Artist Magazine and Best Festival/Event by the Georgia Festival and Events Association. More than 450 artists and crafters from 32 States and three countries display their works for your appreciation and purchase. Daily live entertainment, Children's Corner activities, clogging and crafter demonstrations throughout the event as well as fabulous festival foods.

October

Georgia National Fair - Perry, Georgia
Georgia's celebration of its youth, agriculture, and heritage. The Fair has been designated at 'Top 50 Fair in North America" by Amusement Business magazine. The unique qualities of the Georgia National Fair center around competitive exhibits, food, midway rides and games, vendors, street entertainers, free family entertainment, free circus, nightly fireworks, and major concerts in Reaves Arena.

The Great Locomotive Chase Festival - Adairsville, Georgia

DNR Coastfest - Brunswick

Golden Isles Arts Festival - St. Simons Island

Georgia Coast Birding and Nature Festival - Jekyll Island

Georgia-Florida Invitational Golf Classic - Jekyll Island

Sorghum Festival - Blairsville - Last 3 weekends in October
Although modern facilities such as dozens of excellent restaurants, motels, mountain cabins, groceries, and shops are available, the soul of its early settlers still is alive and well here. The people of Union County still take pleasure in the old time get togethers. Thus was born the sweetest festival in the country, The Sorghum Festival. Sorghum making is almost a lost art today but in pioneer times, sorghum was the upland South’s answer to sugar cane. In the mountains of Georgia, every village and many of the farms had a mill for producing the thick sweet syrup similar to molasses. Today, there are less than thirty...read more »

November

Community Christmas Tree Lighting Festival - Jekyll Island

December

Christmas Parade - Brunswick

Community Christmas Tree Lighting & Santa's Arrival - Jekyll Island



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