Midtown Festival for the Arts Presents Plates on Peachtree

Atlanta has a new festival coming up in September, and it’s going to be breaking some boundaries. The Midtown Festival for the Arts will take place on September 25 and 26, and will not only celebrate the burgeoning scene on the “Midtown Mile,” but it will also shut down the five block stretch from 5th to 10th Street on Peachtree, making it it a true pedestrian-friendly festival.

There will be a vibrant artist market – including up to 100 visual artists – as well as stages for performing arts, children’s activities, and a culinary arts area featuring chef demonstrations, special tastings and retail booths from more than 25 outstanding restaurants.

The festival is free for the most part, but Ticket Alternative will be selling tickets for Plates on Peachtree Tasting Area, which will feature fabulous dishes and drinks from Park 75, Bacchanalia, Shaun’s, Tap, Bakeshop, Top Flr and more. It will be beyond delicious. Get your tickets now – they’re sure to go fast.

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  1. Just got my tickets today! Foodies come one come all! This is going to be a fantastic event with some of the most publicized restaurants in Atlanta participating! I’ve even heard rumors of a lobster corn dog…. just too good to pass up!

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