The Beltline’s annual celebration of the arts returns for its eighth year on Sept. 9
As always, the Art on the Atlanta Beltline event starts with a lantern parade on Sept. 9 at 8:15 p.m. It begins at the Irwin Street entrance of the Eastside Trail.
Atlanta BeltLine Inc. says Art on the Beltline is, “The largest outdoor temporary public art project in the South.”
“The 2017 lineup will feature both exciting new talent and returning favorites,” a press release from Atlanta BeltLine Inc. says. “Tray Dahl and the Jugtime Ragband are returning, representing the veteran musicians of Art on the Atlanta Beltline. From France, Moz Drums returns with their visual and audio spectacle of percussion and light. Muralist Chris Veal joins us for the first time, bringing his sharp wit and unique style to the Atlanta Beltline corridor. Ray Katz, Richard Herzog, and Mary Ruden have each proposed monumental sculptures to add to the landscape of the Atlanta Beltline trail.”
According to ABI, performing arts will take place on Sept. 23, Sept. 24, Oct. 7 and Oct. 8.
To see a map of exhibits and access points, click here.