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Alpharetta Arts Streetfest to Fill Downtown Streets

The annual celebration brings galleries of art - ready to take home - in outdoor galleries.

Alpharetta Arts StreetFest is coming to Historic Downtown Alpharetta on April 13-14 as the city celebrates the arts in its annual outdoor festival.

Milton Avenue will be shut down between Main Street and Canton-Roswell Streets to make room for nearly 100 artists, musicians and performers from throughout the United States.

Spring weather has finally arrived, so enjoy a beautiful weekend strolling through outdoor galleries filled with fine art in 14 medium expressions, create children’s art and experience live jazz, roots rock, Celtic music, cultural dancing and more.

Alpharetta Arts Streetfest
April 13-14, 2013
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Historic Downtown Alpharetta
Milton Avenue and Main Street

Admission and parking are free.

"Art In Action" and Art Exploration throughout the Show

Children can create FREE art projects in the interactive “Art in Action” area presented by Out of the Box Studio. They will also provide a pottery wheel demonstration for children to enjoy.  More opportunities for creative exploration through out the festival include tattoos, balloon art, ceramic art, wacky hair, face painting, Japanese bonsai trees, and much more.

Upcycling Art Exploration

The City of Alpharetta celebrates Earth Day with an upcycling art exploration area.  Come and explore how junk can be turned into art and even make a drum to play in the "Junk Jams."

Music and Cultural Arts Stage

Saturday, April 13

11am   Rhythm n’ Shoes - Alpharetta Recreation and Park dance groups
12pm   Naja and Joseph Reed - Acoustic Soul
2pm     Cole Thannisch - Acoustic Guitar
4pm     Jazz Jones Legacy - Contemporary Jazz Group

Sunday, April 14

10:30am    RISPA - Performing Arts/ Dance
12:30pm    Tortoise and Hair - Acoustic Rock Duo
2:30pm      Sydney Rhames - Acoustic Pop/Rock
4:00pm      Laura Monk and High Cotton - American/Folk Music Group

2013 Festival Cuisine

Enjoy a variety of festival cuisine from Smokejack: A Southern Grill, Pacific Rim Noodles, ZPizza, Jilly's Cupcakery, The Bubble Tree Truck, Scoop-itz, and other street fare treats such as kettle corn, Italian Ice, lemonade and roasted almonds.

BRIDGET BYRD April 02, 2013 at 01:31 AM
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