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The Altanta Botanical Gardens To Welcome Spring With A Garden Party Extravaganza

By Jack Rattenbury

The Altanta Botanical Gardens To Welcome Spring With A Garden Party Extravaganza

It’s a floral fiesta at Atlanta’s Botanical Gardens this spring.

Nestled in one of Atlanta’s favorite parks is Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Piedmont Park is home to the attraction, and it’s promising a fantastic spring line-up with exhibitions and events throughout.

Celebrate spring’s arrival surrounded by thousands of beautiful blooms during their Garden Party. Following a successful debut in 2019, but canceled last year, Garden Party again offers guests an exclusive evening of live music, specialty drinks and more amidst stunning spring color.

Credit: @atlbotanical via Instagram

There will be Picnic Pods on the Great Lawn for socially-distant hangouts with friends while enjoying the cocktails, concessions and live music. There’s even a fresh flower bloom bar with flower arranging demos, and behind-the-scenes talks with Garden experts.

Entertainment on offer during the party includes Piedmont Strings playing string covers of pop songs on Lanier Terrace, and the New Orleans-style Phat Katz Brass Band. There’s also a best-dressed competition for the best floral ensemble, so dress to impress, Atlanta!

There are several food vendors available at the event, and you can even get a picnic grazing box to watch the fireworks that’ll end the day at 8PM.

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Credit: @atlbotanical via Instagram

The event is taking place on March 20th at 10AM. Tickets cost between $26.95 and $99.95. Their VIP package includes access to VIP area in the Edible Garden, a complimentary drink and bites, and a Garden swag bag.

Exhibitions happening at the Gardens include Atlanta Blooms!, where you can explore hundreds of thousands of tulips, daffodils, crocuses and hyacinths. After that you can check out Orchid Daze, where you can enjoy thousands of beautiful, fragrant orchids on display. Both exhibitions are running until April.

Featured Image: @atlbotanical via Instagram