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May Events:

31 Days of Jazz and Atlanta Jazz Festival in May
Popular returning events during 31 Days of Jazz include Dinner and Jazz, Eclectic Jazz, Jazz Etc. and
Nightlife. New this year is “A 30 Year Retrospective: The Atlanta Jazz Festival in
Photographs” at the City Hall East Gallery from May 3 – 31. The grand finale of 31 Days
of Jazz is the 3-day Atlanta Jazz Festival, the largest free festival in the country. Held on Memorial Day
weekend at Piedmont Park, 2007 festival headliners include the Herbie Hancock Quartet on May 26, the
Pete Escovedo Orchestra with Sheila E. on May 27 and the Laws Family on May 28.

Decatur Arts Festival
Art exhibits, pony rides, international music and dance unfold on the Decatur Town Square and other locations on Memorial Day Weekend. Call (404) 371-8262 for more information.

Roswell Art Festival
The 41st Annual Roswell Arts Festival will be held on September 15th and 16th, 2007

Snellville Days Festival
TW Briscoe Park
Snellville Georgia
May 5-6, 2007

Canton Festival of the Arts
Canton Georgia
May 19-20, 2007
Atlanta Downtown Festival &
Tour of Lofts
May 19-20, 2007

Art on the Historic Courthouse
Lawrenceville Georgia
May 25-26, 2007

Marietta Bluegrass Festival
Leading area and regional bands take the stage at Marietta’s Jim R. Miller Park. Call (770) 961-5974 for more information.
Spring Jonquil Festival
At the Village Green in Smyrna, this annual spring arts & crafts festival features more than 150 artists / crafters from coast to coast. Call (770) 434-6600 for more information.

Big Shanty Festival
Big Shanty, in downtown Kennesaw, is one of north Georgia’s largest arts and crafts festivals. Call (770) 422-9714 for more information.

Yaarab Shrine Circus, Carnival & Flea Market
Marietta’s Jim R. Miller Park is the scene for this action packed circus, carnival and flea market. Call (770) 425-2331 for more information.

Who Fest
Anything goes from hubcaps to silver spoons at Who Fest, with works by Who-Ha Da-Da (odd-duck artists borrowing from Dadaism). Whimsy of 75 artists at The Spruill Gallery also features the world’s largest Moon Pie. Call (770) 993-7660 for more information.

Atlanta Celtic Festival
May 19, 2007 - 3578 W. Lawrenceville St. - Downtown Duluth Georgia
The Atlanta Celtic Festival is an annual party Celebrating the life & times of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The line-up for this year's ever-popular Weekend Event includes International... National... and... Local Talent... all performing in the spirit of Celtic Pride.
Whether you want to learn how to dance like the Scottish, or watch a neat Sheepdog Demonstration, it's the perfect Entertaining Weekend to bring the entire family. So grab your Kilt... a Hotel Room ... and ' come on down ' for a few days. The weather is

Future Jazz Competition VI
The future of Jazz competition will feature three groups, each Wednesday, who will perform for a panel of industry and celebrity judges at the Blue Room. The competition continues through April 11, with three new artists each week. The winner will perform at the Festival Kick-off party at Park Tavern on Friday, May 25 and on the main stage at the Atlanta Jazz Festival on Monday, May 28, 2007.

Sweet Auburn Spring Fest
Dubbed as the largest street festival in the southeast, SpringFest includes 10 stages of
entertainment featuring Atlanta’s best gospel, jazz, blues and hip-hop. Events include a
children’s fantastic fun area, technology expo and international vendors market. Two festival
favorites are the Atlanta Classic Car Show and the Taste of Sweet Auburn, featuring the best
soul food Atlanta has to offer. Sweet Auburn is one of Atlanta’s historic African-American
neighborhoods and is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference and the home to landmark churches, such as Big Bethel A.M.E. and
Ebenezer Baptist. The 2007 event will take place May 11-13. For more information, visit

Wildflower Festival of the Arts, Dahlonega.
This fine arts show unites the natural beauty of the area with the works of hundreds of artists. Wildflower displays, tours of
area wildflowers conducted by naturalists, and lectures on gardening provide an opportunity to photograph and learn about
area wildflowers. Call (800)231-5543, (706)864-3711 or visit www.dahlonega.org

May: Art in the Garden, Dawsonville.
The Art in the Garden Festival is an arts and crafts garden show held at the Historic Old Rock School in downtown Dawsonville.
It features all garden related art, crafts, garden antiques and containers. Call (706)216-2787 or visit www.dawsonarts.org

The Atlanta Jazz Festival
This 31-day schedule of events brings more than 100 of the best jazz performers to Atlanta
during the month of May. Festivities include a free weekend concert series at Piedmont Park,
May 25-27, a special benefit concert at Chastain Park Amphitheatre, the best in soul food, ethnic
cuisine and American cooking and an expanded arts and crafts market. The 2007 festival will
take place May 1-31. For more information, call 404.817.6851 or visit www.atlantafestivals.com.

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