Taking place the last full weekend in April each year, the Inman Park Festival is one of Atlanta's most beloved events. Check out the Tour of Homes, live music, dance festival, arts and crafts market, and definitely the parade with all of its gloriously weird floats.
Inman Park Spring Festival takes place in one of Atlanta’s oldest and most scenic neighborhoods. First developed in the late 1800s, Inman Park is home to many historic homes and parks. The Festival began in the early 1970s as a means to attract attention to gentrification efforts that sought to revitalize the community.
Now celebrating its 48th anniversary, the festival offers something for everybody - three stages of live music, kids activities, a tour of homes, a marvelous street parade, an artists’ market and some of the city’s best people-watching! Come early, stay late, and be our guests at Atlanta’s best street festival.
For a complete list of events, to volunteer or to purchase advance tickets to the tour of homes visit our website: http://inmanparkfestival.org
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Among the many parade participants: men carrying attaché cases and pun-loving 'gnomes'
The Inman Park Festival brought thousands out to the historic neighborhood this weekend where people shopped for local art and ate whatever fried kind of thing that tickled their fancy. The parade took place on a warm and breezy Saturday afternoon.
More than 150 artists and craft makers will be part of the Inman Park Festival's massive street market this weekend. In between the world-record-breaking Gnome March and the totally sweet Tour of Homes, you'll be able to peruse R Land's "Pray for ATL" stuff, Mike...
image-1Jenna: Maybe charge an admission, a dollar, as a form of crowd control. It's always totally nuts. Everyone is always sweating, and they have their screaming children. I have a screaming child, but I still resent other people's screaming children. You're just going to get trampled by these kids with popsicles stained lips and sticky cheeto fingers and their fat sweating parents. Way too...
Love and spring and street festivals — they all go hand-in-hand. This year's Inman Park Parade and Festival brought the sun-hungry out in droves. And in costume. Check out more photos from the neighborhood festival.
There's something to be said about street festivals during times of economic woe. This year's Inman Park Festival seemed to be one of its busiest yet. The setting of stunning Inman Park homes, the killer spring weather and a general feel of happy made this festival the place to be April 25. And of course, the ever-popular Inman Park Parade did not disappoint.