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Two Days of Nonstop Fun Featuring Fine Arts and Crafts, Live Music, Food and More

Dog-Friendly Festival; Open to All Ages and Free to Attend

Atlanta, Georgia (June 13, 2017) - Join the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces as they celebrate the fifth annual Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival on Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, 2017. The two-day festival will once again be held in Atlanta’s picturesque Historic Fourth Ward Park that is conveniently located along the bustling Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Festival goers are invited to explore painting, photography, ceramics, glass, jewelry, woodwork and handcrafted items. The festival also features live music in the amphitheater, local food vendors, drinks, a children’s area, hands-on art demonstrations, games, and much more! The event is free to attend, open to all ages and dogs are welcome. The festival will also provide additional bike racks for bicycle storage. For more information, visit

What: Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival

When: Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Where: Historic Fourth Ward Park 592 N. Angier Ave., NE

Atlanta, GA 30308 Cost: Free

Open to all ages and dogs are welcome.

Festival is rain or shine.

Website: ABOUT THE ATLANTA FOUNDATION FOR PUBLIC SPACES: The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, LLC was established in 2005 to support the arts community by operating arts and craft events and festivals in the metro Atlanta, Georgia area. AFFPS was formed to create a way of integrating and encouraging both social interactions and the opportunity for individuals and businesses to obtain cross exposures in marketplaces that they may normally not have. Our festivals, events and markets enjoy diverse social and economic participants. All events are professionally managed and maintained to create a "destination" in which both public and private opportunities for economic growth can be explored. AFFPS works in partnership with the communities and cities in the metro Atlanta area to expand public access to art. For more information, visit

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