Saint Patrick’s day might be over but the March fun does not have to be. We hope you took advantage of the holiday weekend and attended one of the several bar crawls, 5k’s, or green-themed celebrations.
It’s the season of Spring breaks and maybe you’ve got a tropical weekend getaway you’re counting down the days to, or perhaps you need our help to make your at-home weekend just as eventful.
This weekend is filled to the brim with shenanigans for you and your people.
The Daffodil Dash is happening for all you runners, walkers, and bikers. The Venardo Circus is in town, which is perfect for a family outing. Concerts are all over the place from White Reaper at The Masquerade to Stray Kids at State Farm Arena. For all you extraverts who love crowd controlling and all you introverts who love people watching in dark corners, open mic poetry strikes yet again at Urban Grind.
Basically, you have no excuse to stay at home this weekend. With the return of the cold, we know how easy it is to get caught up lying around and missing the fun that sits right in front of you. The days of sunshine might feel far away, but we shouldn’t wait for them to get out in the city, it is the first week of Spring after all! There are so many things to do in Atlanta this weekend, what will you be up to?
The Venardos Circus is coming to Georgia from March 17-26 and you won’t want to miss out! From the moment you step inside the tent, expect to be transported back in time to the golden days of the traveling circus.
There will be an assortment of aerialists, acrobats, jugglers, hand-balancers, comedic jokesters, daredevils, magicians and so much more. The doors open one hour before showtime and that’s the perfect time to enjoy all of the fun treats that the circus brings.
Grab your tickets today so you can be a part of the fun using the code: STUFFTODO for 10% off!
📸: The Masquerade
📸: Daffodil Dash
Looking for more fun things to do in Atlanta this weekend? Check out a few more of our faves below or find even more events on the UNATION platform!
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