Atlanta July 2021 Events

Atlanta July 2021 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, COVID restrictions have been lifted and the city is buzzing with excitement, so you can find many ways to enjoy summer in ATL.

July Event Calendar

Red, White, and Brews Bar Crawl

Kick off the Fourth 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.

Sad Summer Festival

Sad Summer Festival

Don't let the name fool you. The Sad Summer Festival is a pop punk driven cure for any amount of the summertime blues. Featuring performances by All Time Low and the Story So Far, come out and enjoy the shows. Click here to buy your tickets. 

Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling is a one-of-a-kind performer. Combining her violin and dance, Stirling composes entrancing songs and showcases her violin skills all while dancing. Her concerts are high-energy, artistic affairs that must be seen to be believed. Click here to buy your tickets.

Atlanta Events in July

Concerts

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Theater & Headliners

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.