2016 Acworth Art Fest

Filed in Events by on March 24, 2016

2016 acworth art fest

The popular 2016 Acworth Art Fest is a true celebration of whimsical and vibrant art in the springtime! They’ll be celebrating their fifth year on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 10am to 6pm and Sunday April 10, 2016 from 11am to 5pm.

The historic Main Street in downtown Acworth is a delightful backdrop for 100 whimsical and talented artisans from around the country. Their creative booth displays decorate the charming street with paintings, pottery, metalwork, folk art, glass, jewelry, yard art and much more! The “Lake City,” just 35 miles northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County, is always abuzz with excitement over the two-day art festival.

With Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona in this beautiful, small town’s backyard, the 2016 Acworth Art Fest is the perfect art-buyers destination. The City’s art scene is growing, downtown shops and galleries are hopping—and Acworth Art Fest is the sweet cherry on top of the delicious and enchanting community!

At Acworth Art Fest, the always energetic Kidz Zone is filled with fun activities that make smiles bloom. This vibrant play land is the exhilarating place to be for young people and their happy parents. Of course, there is wonderful food from Acworth’s own eateries, and shoppers will also find delectable treats in the food court to satisfy their taste buds—funnel cakes anyone? Don’t miss it!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon during  the 2016 Acworth Art Fest enjoy live entertainment at the Depot Pavilion by the Food Court with fantastic musical performances.

The Acworth Art Fest is a pet friendly festival. All pets must have their owners on a leash.

Free admission and free parking is available throughout the downtown Acworth area. Shuttles will run continuously throughout the festival.

Click here for more information on the 2016 Acworth Art Fest.

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