Boy, do we have a weekend for you Atlanta. Here’s something you probably won’t hear again… this weekend you could spend your Thursday night having a fake wedding and your Sunday morning doing yoga with goats. Only in Atlanta!
But there’s more- concerts, parades, and a little comedic relief for you. This weekend is filled up and giving you all the ways to bring in Spring here in our favorite city. We know our favorites, so find yours with our go-to guide for all the wild things to do in Atlanta this weekend.
Events in ATL This Weekend
1. The Big Fake Wedding
There is no better way to prepare for your wedding than to…. have a fake wedding beforehand. Yeah, that’s a thing! The big fake wedding brings you and your partner a wedding showcase like no other. It connects you to vendors, inspiration, and maybe even calms some of those pre-wedding jitters.
So much is included in this package but we have a promo code for you! UNATION users get 50% off when you use the code XOXO50. This is such an exciting way to bond with your fiancé while also being surrounded by the top local vendors that will make your dream day a reality.
🗓 March 10 | 7:00pm–9:00pm
2. Atlanta Professional Firefighters' St. Patrick's Day Picnic
Following our Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day parade, Atlanta firefighters will be dropped off at big picnic with entertainment. Not only is a ticket getting you in on the action, but the money from past picnics has helped local firefighters pay off medical bills due to injuries and cancer.
All proceeds go to the Atlanta Professional Fire Fighters’ health and wellness fund. You can also purchase a t-shirt to send 100% of that money to the fund and get to represent our local heroes. The parade is just around the corner, so get those tickets and get all your green out!
🗓 March 12 | 1:00pm–5:00pm
📍Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
3. Claudia Oshry
Claudia Oshry brings her “Not Like Other Girls” tour to Atlanta. You may know her as @Girlwithnojob on Instagram or from her comedic personality on her podcast, “The Morning Toast.” Either way, you’ll want to be in that audience at Buckhead Theatre.
If you haven’t seen her stand-up, go see what its all about through one of her videos or give that podcast a listen. Tickets are limited and are going quick, so tap that pink button below to save your seat.
🗓 March 10 | 8:00pm–10:00pm
4. Dylan Scott
Country artist, Dylan Scott is coming to town this weekend! He’s calling it the “Livin’ My Best Life” tour and you could be too by grabbing those tickets below. You’ve probably heard his radio hits “My Girl” and “Hooked,” but just wait ’til you hear them live.
This may just be us, but country concerts always end up being the most fun. Getting to dance all around with your friends, enjoy a cold drink, and the venues are always so intimate. The Tabernacle is the perfect spot to jam out to Scott’s music and we can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday night. See you there!
5. Goat Yoga at The Works ATL
There is nothing more relaxing than yoga…. and adorable little goats. This class is for all yoga levels so come one, come all. The Works is ATL’s newest food hall and is worth the visit with food from every culture, boba tea, and ice cream awaiting your post class munchies.
This event is BYOM (bring your own mat) and will be socially distanced. There are two sessions throughout the morning so find which one works best for you and start stretching!
March 12 | 10:00am–11:00am
6. The Kid Larioi
We’re sure you’ve heard this name before. From his hit song “Stay” with Justin Bieber to his single “Without You,” he is climbing the charts as one of pop’s newest superstars. He’s coming to Atlanta this weekend to one of our favorite venues, Coca-Cola Roxy at The Battery.
When artists come to venues like this, it’s always a good idea to see them. There’s something so special about being in a smaller venue before they blow up even more and fill up arenas all over the country. Get tickets to his “End of the World” tour below and see what they hype is all about!
March 10 | 8:00pm–10:00pm