Atlanta: Week of June 29th

Celebrate the 4th of July at the beach, on a rooftop, or with a few rounds of red and blue shots!


Cask Night

Thursday July 2 at 5 Seasons

Come tap a keg of real cask ale this Thursday! At 5 Seasons’ North and Westside locations, one guest will get to tap the keg at 5:55 sharp, and all can enjoy a glass and a free brewery tour (First Thursday of every month). –Prices vary

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Friday July 3 at Hangovers

Waiting on the 4th to break out a cold beer and your American-flag gear? Don’t wait another day! Get started on the 3rd with a pub-crawl through 6 awesome Atlanta bars: Hangovers, Churchill’s, Red Door, Lost Dog Tavern, 5 Paces Inn, and Genki and Dive Bar. As you move through Buckhead, you’ll find free red & blue shots, exceptional food and drink specials, live music, and great DJs. Dress for the occasion in red white and blue! -$5-20

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Star Spangled Beach Party

Friday July 3 - Sunday July 5 at Callaway Gardens

Spend the 4th on Callaway Gardens’ second property- Robin Lake Beach. You can relax on the water, hit the beach bar, and try food from local vendors all day. Watch the FSU Flying High Circus or the main event- a huge fireworks show over the water! Over the three day festival, you'll see live performances from The Swingin’ Medallions, Barstool Prophets, Chris Collins Band, and DJ Mikey J. Activities are available for both kids and adults. –$30 admission, prices vary for activities

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Red White & Brew

July 4 at GA Aquarium

The name may sound familiar- but make no mistake- this is an entirely different event. You can kick back with whale sharks, beluga whales, a few beers, and live music from The Regulars Band. The event will start with a catered BBQ dinner from Wolfgang Puck, unlimited beer samplings of over 50 beers, a souvenir glass, and free caricature drawings inside the aquarium. After dinner, you can catch the Centennial Olympic Park fireworks from the rooftop terrace.

All proceeds will benefit the aquarium’s Education Admissions Program (which provides free aquarium admission to students in need), teacher development, and H20 summer camps. This event is 21+, but there is a non-alcoholic option (Red White & View) available for kids and adults. -$55

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