Weekend Essentials.

Things To Do In Atlanta: Jan. 3rd-5th

Happy Thursday! It is officially 2020! Wow. What a year 2019 was. Hopefully this week is a big ole’ party for most of you. I always feel like when a holiday falls on a Wednesday, the whole week is deemed the holiday celebration. This weekend will be the first weekend of 2020, so grab your planners and let’s find something to do!

Friday, January 3rd.

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The Georgia Comedy Festival

Oak Comedy Lounge, 30 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd, Atlanta, GA. 30308

Who wouldn’t want to spend a Friday evening laughing uncontrolably to some of America’s funniest stand up comedians? Bring your friends to the Oak Comedy Lounge, sit back, and have a good laugh! The show starts at 9 p.m. and there are some exclusive offers for E-ticket holders if you CLICK HERE. Save time and money by getting your ticket online! Doors open at 8:30 p.m. so get there early to find parking.

Saturday, January 4th.

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Said The Sky

Believe Music Hall, 181 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA. 30312

I saw Said The Sky at Imagine Music Festival for the first time, and it was absolutely magical!!!! IRIS is blessing us yet again with a kick ass weekend show. Spend your Saturday night at Believe Music Hall to see this epic show. CLICK HERE to visit Said The Sky’s Youtube channel to get a taste of what you’ll be hearing. CLICK HERE for ticket information and directions. Doors open at 10 p.m. and you must be 18+ to enter.

Sunday, January 5th.

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Atlanta Chinese Lantern Festival

Southern Company Amphitheater // Entrance: Centennial Olympic Park Drive & Marietta Street
Atlanta, GA 30313

This Sunday is the very last day of the Chinese Lantern Festival! This years theme is titled “Into the Wild,” and it features hand crafted lanterns of land and sea animals. They even have interactive lanterns that visitors can touch up close. There will be vendor booths and food available for purchase. See this beautiful festival before it’s over for the year. The festival begins at 6 p.m. and lasts until 11. Tickets can be bought online for $17 and they even do packages if you buy more than one ticket! CLICK HERE to get directions and tickets.

Have a great weekend! Let me know if you go to any of these events! ❤


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