Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade in Place

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

If you were worried that this year’s Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade would be cancelled, fear not! The event will take place, but with a few changes due to ongoing Coronavirus concerns. Beginning on September 21, residents throughout BeltLine-adjacent neighborhoods are encouraged to place homemade lanterns on their porches, balconies, and in yards and windows, to shine their lights for all …

Current BeltLine Rules and Restrictions

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

There has been a lot of talk over the past few weeks about whether or not public spaces used for recreation should stay open, and Georgia’s State Parks and the Atlanta BeltLine are often mentioned specifically. Community activists have even started a petition lobbying for the closure of these locations. Yesterday Governor Brian Kemp and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms reiterated …

Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

The Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade began in 2010, and has grown from about 1,200 participants and tailgaters along the parade route to more than 70,000 people at last year’s event. Created and hosted by Chantelle Rytter and the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons, this awe-inspiring spectacle of lights and sounds is a celebration of the annual Art on the Atlanta …