Atlanta’s Favorite Celebration of Bacon, Beer, Booths, and Boisterous Hijinks Proceeds Benefiting Dad's Garage Theatre Company
A fixture in the Atlanta community, Dad’s Garage Theatre’s 17th annual BaconFest will combine troughs upon troughs of cold beer and sizzlin' bacon with hilarious carnival games like a hobo wine tasting, naughty face painting, and a flip cup tournament manned by the best improvisers in the city. Selling out every year, all proceeds benefit Dad’s Garage - a nonprofit theatre group that engages, cultivates and inspires artists and audiences alike by producing innovative, scripted and improvised works that are recognized locally, nationally and internationally for being undeniably awesome.
Saturday, March 25, 2017 beginning at 1 p.m.
BaconFest is located at Dad’s Garage Theatre on 569 Ezzard Street, just off of Edgewood Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward.
Bottomless Bacon (Starting at $50, online, $55 gate): Admission to the festival, unlimited game playing, and unlimited beer (Pale Ale, Tropical Torpedo, Otra Vez, Summerfest, and Miller Lite) and bacon.
Go WHOLE HOG! (Starting at $95, online, $100 gate): Bottomless Bacon Benefits, Access to VIP Room, Wider Selection of Beer (All the bottomless beers as well as Side Car and Big Foot), Access to a literal Whole Hog, and an April Loyalty Card that gives you free Dad's Garage shows for the month of April.
Depending upon availability, tickets can be purchased at the door. Pricing is subject to increase. The event will be held no matter rain or shine for ages 21 and up. There is no parking for this event and attendees are encouraged to take a safe-ride option. For more information, directions or to purchase tickets visit www.dadsgarage.com or call 404.523.3141.
Hobo Wine Wasting - Sample the finest wines that $2.50 can buy!
Flip Cup Tournament
Shut the Box
Wheelchair Obstacle Course
Mistress Scraps: Fortune Teller
Naughty Face Painting
Georgia Beer Garden Cornhole
Pin The Tail on The Pig
Andy Candy's Candy Abomination
RESTAURANTS & PARTNERS:
Bone Lick BBQ
Mac The Cheese
Tom and Chee
Atlanta Sports and Social Club
SAMPLING OF AUCTION ITEMS:
Lunch with Legendary Football Coach Vince Dooley
College Football Hall of Fame Tickets
Sierra Nevada Brewery Tour in Asheville, NC
Talladega Speedway Race Tickets and Pre-Race VIP Pit Pass
Georgia Aquarium Passes
Atlanta BeltLine Bus Tours
Banjo Coffee Growler of Cold Brew Coffee and Gift Card
Gift Card to The Porter
Bike Tune-up from Outback Bikes
Gift Certificate to Abbadabba's
Tickets to 7 Stages
VIP Tickets to Shakespeare Tavern
Tickets to Horizon Theatre
Tickets to Alliance Theatre
Tickets to "Between Riverside and Crazy" at Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre
Tickets to Actor's Express
Tickets to Theatrical Outift
There is no parking for this event but there are a number of other options.
Lyft - Wherever Baconfest takes you next, take Lyft for an affordable ride in minutes. Just request a ride with the tap of a button and you’ll be on your way. New users can enjoy a $20 in ride credit by using code: BACONFEST2017.
MARTA - Dad’s Garage Theatre is walking distance from MLK Station on the MARTA Eastbound line. Head east on Decatur street from MLK Station until you get to Bradley Street. Make a left, and we are one block up.
For additional options and a detailed map, visit http://www.baconfestatl.com/parking/.
RAIN OR SHINE:
This is a rain or shine event for ages 21 and up. No children or pets are allowed.
Twitter - @baconfestatl & @dads_garage
Facebook - www.facebook.com/BaconfestATL
Instagram - @dadsgarageatl
ABOUT DAD’S GARAGE THEATRE COMPANY:
Founded in 1995, Dad's Garage Theatre Company has grown from a small volunteer led organization to a thriving mid-size theatre led by professional artistic and administrative staff that includes over 300 volunteers and performers. In 2013, Dad’s Garage which had entertained more than 30,000 people annually at their two-theatre facility in Inman Park, was forced to look for a new home as a result of development in the area. Temporarily staying at neighboring 7 Stages Theatre in Little Five Points, the Theatre continued to produce its own productions in addition to public events across Atlanta and the state, and at improv festivals across the continent. Dad’s Garage Theatre officially celebrated the opening of its new location the Old Fourth Ward on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2015. For more information, visit Dad's Garage Theatre Company online at dadsgarage.com. Stay connected on Twitter at @dads_garage, on Instagram at @dadsgarageatl and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dadsgaragetheatre.