There's plenty to see and do for FREE in September around the Atlanta area. Here are some of the top picks:
Head to Alpharetta to hear enjoy another Home y Dark concert experience. Bring your food and friends for a memorable night!
Smithsonian Magazine hosts the celebration that gives people a chance to visit local museums for free. The Booth Western Art Museum, Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum and Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History are among the museums participating. A ticket is required and is good for two people. Download one at the website.
Football fans are invited to cheer on the Georgia Bulldogs at Mall of Georgia's second annual Ultimate Family Tailgate. Families can enjoy children's activities and live music from local singer Chris Hamrick before watching UGA take on Notre Dame on the LED screen at 8 p.m.! Attendees 21 years and older can also grab a drink from one of The Village's restaurants to sip while watching the game on the lawn, including The Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Changs, Tin Lizzy's, Marlow's Tavern and Smokey Bones. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit back and enjoy the festivities.
The country music stars will play the Buckhead Theatre as part of the Pandora Live concert series. You must RSVP to gain entrance.
Join 10,000 people in the east Atlanta Village for a day or parades, shopping, eating, drinking, live music, a kids village and more. Don't miss the parade that starts at 2 p.m.
Celebrate the day with free entrance into the country's National Parks.
School staff and faculty can get in free to Legoland Discovery Center this month
The lead singer of the band Poison will perform at the Buford Community Center. Starship and KRP Band will open.
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