We have rounded up 5 festivals that needs to be in your “to-do” calendar for September.
Dragon Con: William Shatner and Walter Koenig from the unique “Star Trek” are on the visitor listing — together with 400 actors, writers, and designers — for sci-fi, fantasy, and cosplay extravaganza September 1-5 at numerous downtown inns. The parade is September 3 at 10 a.m. See particulars at Dragoncon.org.
Elevate Atlanta: A spread of free artwork installations, block events, music and dance performances can be a part of this 12 months’s Elevate, September 16 – October 9, with the theme of “Open House”. Take a look at the total schedule at elevateatlart.com.
Out on movie: 35th The annual LGBTQ+ film fest runs from September 22 – October 2, with practically 150 movies from around the globe on the itinerary. The pageant opens with “Bros”—the primary romantic comedy about two homosexual males from a significant studio—and closes with the darkish comedy “Chrissy Judy” about two drag queens searching for their massive break. Take a look at the lineup at Outonfilm.org.
East Atlanta Strut: The annual parade and road pageant in East Atlanta Village takes place on September 24 from midday to six p.m. for motorheads, pet lovers, and extra. Get the small print at eastatlantastrut.com.
Decatur Ebook Pageant: Ebook lovers will collect in downtown on September 30 and October 1 for a keynote by photojournalist Pete Souza to debate his ebook “The West Wing and Past: What I Noticed Contained in the Presidency,” adopted by a day of authors Will – fiction, poetry, non-fiction, cooking, child lit – learn and signal their work. The complete schedule at Decaturbookfestival.com.