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78th Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival in Piedmont Park

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 Piedmont Park  See map
 Free
 Family

The
78th Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival, presented by PNC Bank, takes
place this weekend in Piedmont Park. The city’s favorite springtime tradition
includes three full days of fine art, live music, international entertainment,
competing young artists, a disc dog competition, exciting rides and plenty to
eat and drink. New this year is the VIP Experience Backyard Barbecue &
Brews, a ticketed event celebrating the South’s finest culinary tradition. www.dogwood.org  @dogwoodfestival



 



Festival Hours April 11 – 13: Friday: Noon
to 9 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(Artist market closes at 7
pm on Friday and Saturday.)



Getting
to the Festival



The best way
to get to the 78th Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival is on MARTA.
Shuttles will run from the Arts Center and Midtown stations. Parking is
available in the Campanile Parking Deck at 1155 Juniper Street and at the Sage
Parking Facility operated by the Atlanta Botanical Garden. There will be
shuttle service to the park from MARTA Arts Center Station, MARTA Midtown
Station and from the Campanile Deck.



 



No
dogs allowed in the park during the festival!



Due
to a city ordinance, no dogs (other than service dogs and the pre-registered
competing dogs) will be allowed in Piedmont Park during the festival.



No Smoking in the Park!



There
is a City of Atlanta ban on smoking in outdoor parks and recreational
facilities including Piedmont Park where the Atlanta Dogwood Festival is
located. This means no tobacco products including cigarettes, cigars and pipe
tobacco will be permitted. 

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