The Festival Peachtree Latino is the largest multicultural event in the state of Georgia since the year 2000. Just over two decades later, and its twenty-second iteration is looking bigger and better than ever. This celebration of Latino culture will take over Piedmont Park, bringing together a legacy of traditions and cultures from across the globe, directly to the center of Atlanta.
Featuring hundreds of exhibitors, family activities, arts and crafts, international foods and a high pro-file outdoor music exposition with a star-studded concert. You don’t want to miss out on this annual party in Piedmont. Best of all, the event is completely free to attend, so you can experience live music and art without spending a dime.
Musical performers at the festival include Genesis Diaz, Oscarito, Frankie Ruiz Jr., and many more. Expect an array of genres, as well as dancing and other forms of artistic expression. There’ll be a Marketplace, Dance Plaza, Main Stage, and even a Kids Zone, making this perfect for the whole family.
The Festival Peachtree Latino will be taking place on Sunday, August 28. For more information on the festival, click here to visit their website.
In other Piedmont news, hopefully you’ve managed to read this before the (also free) BeREGGAE music festival. Click the link below for more information.