Atlanta July 2024

Atlanta July 2024 Events

Atlanta July 2024 Events

Summer Heats Up the Fun in Atlanta

Average temperature low and high: 69°- 89°
Atlanta in the summer is similar to many places across the South: hot. But the city has plenty of ways to beat the heat. Whether it's a dip in a river or ducking into a well-air-conditioned museum, bar, or restaurant. The city is buzzing with excitement in July, with many great events and things to do.

July Event Calendar

Red, White, and Brews

Red, White, and Brews

Kick off the second of July a little early with the Red, White, and Brews bar crawl. Eat and drink your way through some of Buckhead's best bars, clubs, and restaurants. Click here for more information.

Lift Up Atlanta's Summer Fun Festival

Lift Up Atlanta\'s Summer Fun Festival

Raise money for the disadvantaged and homeless residents of Atlanta while having fun with the whole family at Lift Up Atlanta's Summer Fun Festival.  Shop the booths hosted by local artisans, enjoy delicious and indulgent fair food, be mystified by the magician, and enjoy live music from local bands.  Kids - and adults - will love the opportunity to get hands-on with adorable animals at the petting zoo, and maybe even get their face painted to look like one.  

Peachtree Road Race

Peachtree Road Race

As the largest 10-kilometer race in the world, the Peachtree Road Race is iconic among runners, who have to compete to obtain one of the 60,000 coveted spots. Whether you run or choose to just observe, it's an impressive sight as some of the best joggers from around the world tackle the streets of Atlanta, you'll enjoy the afterparty with music and refreshments. The race's entrance fee starts at $42.  

Sad Summer Festival

Don't let the name fool you. The Sad Summer Festival is a pop punk-driven cure for any amount of summertime rock. Come out and enjoy the shows featuring performances by The Maine and the PVRIS. Click here to buy your tickets.

5K Stroller Roll

5K Stroller Roll

Atlanta's annual 5K Stroller Roll is a race for individuals of all athletic levels. Participants have the option to walk or run around the course. The first lucky one hundred participants will receive an exclusive t-shirt and medal as tokens of appreciation. Individuals are encouraged to lean into their inner creativity by decorating their stroller and dressing up their little ones in their favorite costumes for prize-winning opportunities. 

Grand Tasting Westside

Grand Tasting Westside

Grand Tasting Westside, an all-inclusive culinary event in Atlanta, is the place to be on July 20th. Taking place at The Foundry at Puritan Mill, attendees can expect endless tastings and a selection of local cuisine. Not only will guests indulge in savory dishes from top-rated restaurants and chefs, but they'll also have the opportunity to enjoy craft cocktails pairings and music entertainment.

The Atlanta Ice Cream Festival

The Atlanta Ice Cream Festival

Taking place at Piedmont Park, the Atlanta Ice Cream Festival is back and celebrating its 13th year. This year, over 85 local restaurants are expected to partake, as well as various beverage vendors and a free health pavilion. In addition, ice cream enthusiasts can indulge in a wide variety of flavors, listen to live music, and participate in games and various health and wellness activities. The Atlanta Ice Cream Festival is a family event. Admission is free.

WINE + CULTURE FEST 2023

WINE + CULTURE FEST 2023

The Hue Society proudly presents Wine & Culture Fest, the premier and most comprehensive wine festival. This event focuses on consumer education, brand awareness, cultural experiences and industry advancement all through the unique lens of Black culture. Attendees can indulge in various wines from different regions of the world.  Wine & Culture Fest incorporates cultural experiences such as art exhibits and musical performances for visitors. Ticket prices range from $125 to $525.

Atlanta Events in July

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Things to do in Atlanta

Things to Do in Atlanta in July

Go Tubing Down the Chattahoochee river

Go Tubing Down the Chattahoochee river
A local favorite activity often referred to as "Shooting the Hooch," renting a tube to drift down the river with some music, drinks and snacks, is the perfect was to enjoy a summer day. There are 4 drop in spots along the river that are just a few miles away from Atlanta.

Visit the High Museum of Art

Visit the High Museum of Art
Founded in 1905, the High Museum of Art has an extensive permanent collection of over 15,000 works of art that no enthusiast would want to miss. Work includes nineteenth- and twentieth-century American and decorative art; European paintings; African American art; and modern and contemporary art, photography, folk and self taught art, and African art.