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FRIDAY

OCTOBER 18

Historic Fourth Ward Park
Taste of Atlanta is a rain or shine event. Tickets are only valid for the day and event they were purchased for and cannot be exchanged. No Refunds.

Opening Night Party

7:30pm to 11:00pm

Entrance: Ralph McGill at Garden Park Drive

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SATURDAY

OCTOBER 19

Historic Fourth Ward Park
Taste of Atlanta is a rain or shine event. Tickets are only valid for the day and event they were purchased for and cannot be exchanged. No Refunds.

Main Festival

11am to 4pm

Entrances: North Avenue across from Ponce City Market; Rankin Street near Garden Park Drive

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VIP Tasting Experience

11am to 3pm

Entrance: Ralph McGill at Garden Park Drive

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Yacht Rock Revue Concert & Food Trucks

Doors Open at 7:00pm

Entrance: North Avenue across from Ponce City Market

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SUNDAY

OCTOBER 20

Historic Fourth Ward Park
Taste of Atlanta is a rain or shine event. Tickets are only valid for the day and event they were purchased for and cannot be exchanged. No Refunds.

Main Festival

11am to 4pm

Entrances: North Avenue across from Ponce City Market; Rankin Street near Garden Park Drive

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VIP Tasting Experience

11am to 3pm

Entrance: Ralph McGill at Garden Park Drive

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Atlanta’s “Must Do” Food, Wine, Beer and Cocktail Festival

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Saturday Night Concert

Yacht Rock Revue

On October 19 @7:00pm, the famed seven-man band will be crooning classic hits and Halloween tunes the crowd loves to sing along to for an evening to remember at Historic Fourth Ward Park.

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”VIP is so worth it. And holy moly, VIP is the only way to go. Free drinks and there were SO many booze vendors. Live music and entertainment.“

Tiff H., Yelp

”Had an amazing time! This was my first time going to it so I can say it was fantastic! The food was great. Very organized! Especially with the point system!“

Brittney C., Yelp

”One of Atlanta's most popular food and drink festivals. Come for the food and drink, stay for the live cooking demonstrations, classes, and live music.“

Atlanta Magazine

”It's basically Thanksgiving in October, what more do I need to say?“

Millennials of Atlanta

”Brunch has of course been a meal of great debate at the State Capitol in recent years, capitulating in the passage of the 'Brunch Bill' during the 2018 legislative session, moving up the time at which restaurants can serve alcohol on Sunday mornings to 11:00am.Voters throughout most of the state will vote to approve that law this November, and if an informal poll of Taste of Atlanta attendees serves as any sort of indicator, expect it to pass with flying colors.“

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