May 15, 2024 - News

13+ things to do in Atlanta this weekend, including Braves games, Juvenile

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - MAY 21: New Orleans rapper Juvenile performs during Bayou Boogaloo on May 21, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

New Orleans rapper Juvenile is coming to Atlanta. Photo: Erika Goldring/Getty Images

The weekend is only days away, so let's run through some of the events that are worth your time.

🚲 The ongoing Atlanta Cycling Festival is a family-friendly ride throughout different parts of metro Atlanta, and you can even book a bike to participate. (Thursday-Saturday)

🏸 Watch the world's best pickleball players compete at the ongoing Pro Pickleball Association Tour's Vizzy Atlanta Open. It's taking place at the Life Time club in Peachtree Corners. (Thursday-Sunday)

  • 💭 Wil's thought bubble: Look y'all, I know that's a badminton emoji. I can't find a pickleball emoji. I challenge you to send me a better emoji for this sport.

⚾ Support the Atlanta Braves when they play against the San Diego Padres at Truist Park. (Friday-Monday)

🏡 Porchfest will provide family fun with music performances, comedy, art and food vendors in Virginia-Highland. (Saturday)

ğŸŽ¸ VERSUS ME will surely rock out at The Masquerade. (Saturday)

🤠 Kenny Chesney is returning to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. (Saturday)

⚜️ New Orleans "Back That Thang/Azz Up" rapper Juvenile is bringing the party to District Atlanta. (Sunday)

🔥 Experience an "Evening of Hip Hop" with Juvenile, plus Bun B, DJ Quik, and the Ying Yang Twins at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre. (Saturday)

🌻 The free Midtown Garden Stroll begins with a self-guided tour of 30 private gardens, followed by music, food, and a live artist painting at Garden Stroll Market. (Sunday)

Check out Femme Fest, a female-fronted band festival at Ironmonger Brewery in Marietta. (Sunday)

⚔️ Visit the Dark Ages at the Georgia Renaissance Festival in Fairburn. (Saturday-Sunday)

ğŸŽˆ Float over to the Balloon Museum at Pullman Yards before it flies away on June 9.

ğŸŽ¶ Worthy of your time: Check out our Atlanta spring concert guide.


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