Atlanta August 2021 Events

Atlanta August 2021 Events

Atlanta Has a Great Deal to Offer in August

Average temperature low and high: 66°- 88°
Dress for the daytime heat, but be ready for cool nights in August. Whatever it is you choose to do in Atlanta, whether it's going shopping, grabbing a drink or experiencing the nightlife, summer is the perfect time to experience this exciting city.

August Event Calendar

Southern Wing Showdown

Southern Wing Showdown

More than 25 restaurants from all over Atlanta will be joining the Chicken Wings Festival, a must-join event for food and beverage lovers. Participants will get to enjoy local music & performances, cultural music, and a cash bar exclusively at the Southern Wing Shutdown.

German Beer Festival

German Beer Festival

Join in the 16th annual German Beer Festival to fulfill your cravings with the craft beer samples. To be held at Woodruff Park, the participants of this beer festival will be provided with a sample glass for unlimited tasting from about 35 German Breweries.

Give Me Five Gourmet Dinner

Give Me Five Gourmet Dinner

A must-join place for all foodies out there, the finest chefs from all over Georgia will be joining to serve their signature dishes at Gourmet Dinner. This event features a 5-course dinner served with delicious wines by five sommeliers. Tickets for this fancy dinner start at $275.

Wine Fest Atlanta

Wine Fest Atlanta

As the name suggests, Atlanta Summer Wine Festival is all about live music, DJ, crisp wines, and getting along with other wine lovers like you. More than 50 wineries will be joining. There have always been two sessions of Atlanta Summer Wine Festival. Only for age 21+.

Decatur BBQ Blues and Bluegrass

Decatur BBQ Blues and Bluegrass

This event will be the 19th annual BBQ festival featuring live music, southern BBQ, authentic live blues and bluegrass music, and most of all, cold beer. BBQ Blues and Bluegrass is a family event which is opened to all ages.

Atlanta Events in August

Concerts

Sports

Theater & Headliners

Things to Do in Atlanta in August

Go for a Bike Ride Down the Silver Comet Trail

Go for a Bike Ride Down the Silver Comet Trail
Named after the train that ran the same path from 1947-1969, the Silver Comet Trail is a trail that spans over 60 miles (starting in Smyrna and running west, connecting to the Alabama’s Chief Ladiga Trail at the Georgia-Alabama border). It is a popular destination for hikers and bikers and the perfect way to spend a summer day.

Go Shopping at Ponce City Market

Go Shopping at Ponce City Market
The 2,100,000-square-foot space is a landmark in Atlanta that was once used by Sears Roebuck and Co. from 1926-1987 and later by the city as “City Hall East.” It is now a place to eat and shop, filled with retail shops and eateries.