Apartment dwellers haunting Atlanta apartments celebrate Halloween with FREE and affordable spooktacular events this year. Metro Atlanta scares up the creepiest fun for ghouls and ghosts of all ages. Whether it’s a healthy haunted hike or a historic cemetery tour, conjure up a new tradition in Atlanta apartments for 2014.
Renters from metro Atlanta apartments can take in a day of free live music and entertainment in Little 5 Points on Saturday, October 18th. The Little 5 Points 14th Annual Halloween Parade steps off at 4 p.m. and attendees are encouraged to sport their own store bought or homemade costumes. Oakland Cemetery welcomes back the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tours for just 6 nights – October 17, 18, 19, 23, 24 and 25 with guided tours, live music and Atlanta apartments’ only chance to experience the cemetery after dark this year. Tours start hourly at 5:30 p.m. each night and tickets must be purchased in advance.
Residents at Aspen Pointe Apartments in Roswell, GA and Atlanta apartments can celebrate autumn with Halloween Hikes October 17 – 18 and 24 – 25 at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell. Tickets are just 9 bucks and they include taking a well-lit guided 45 minute night time hike, creating Halloween crafts, bonfire, live music and a nature souvenir. Beverages and snacks are available for purchase and all proceeds benefit the nature center. Georgia’s only hot air balloon festival, Owl-O-Ween, takes place at Kennesaw State University Oct. 25th 4 – 10 p.m. and Oct. 26th 6 – 9 p.m. This special event features tethered hot air balloon rides and a costume contest PLUS seasonal entertainment, shopping and food!
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The summer season is sizzling with excitement for residents in Atlanta apartments. As the temperatures heat up many Atlanta apartment dwellers look inside their communities for affordable entertainment options.
In addition to the weekly summer events held every Friday at The Amphitheater at the Riverdale Town Center, on Thursday July 10th the city of Riverdale will host “The After-Work Blues & Barbeque Jam” featuring free multi-cultural music from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. with guest performers like The Breeze Kings and JB the Soul Man. The residents from Riverdale apartments start the weekend early with this free concert series. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Now through July 13th the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell, GA hosts a butterfly encounter for visitors and residents in Roswell apartments. Plan a day long trip to enjoy the gardens, hiking trails and to experience this special butterfly exhibit before its gone.
More music will be playing live for visitors and Atlanta apartment dwellers at Atlanta’s Callanwolde Fine Arts Center on Briarcliff Rd on Friday, July 11th. Starting at 7 p.m. Jazz on the Lawn presents acclaimed musician Diane Durrett. If it rains the event will be moved to Callanwolde’s beautiful indoor courtyard.
Apartment dwellers at Mountain Lake Apartments in Stone Mountain experience serene lakeside lifestyle while living in the heart of DeKalb County with easy access to MARTA and all that Atlanta offers this summer.
Atlanta, Georgia is a Halloween town with lots of tricks and treats for children and grown-up kids too. Both goblins and ghouls will find delightfully spooky fun from historic cemetery tours and haunted hikes to hay rides and frightful family storytelling. Create magical memories this autumn to share in your Atlanta apartment.
Netherworld Haunted House claims to be Atlanta’s #1 scare, but several other attractions have a growing freak frenzy surrounding them. Just OTP in Clayton County, Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse celebrates its 3rd year of terrifying its audiences by immersing them in the action. Open nightly through November 2nd at 8 p.m. the main event allows you to seek vengeance by shooting zombies. New to Atlantic Station this fall is Containment. Explore the mile long mayhem of train wreckage and mysterious artifacts at your own risk. Do you have a contingency plan for survival?
Little 5 Points hosts its 13th annual Halloween Festival on October 19th this year. Residents from Decatur, East Atlanta Village and all over will flock to the parade donning their own costumes. Two stages provide live music for the whole family. The parade starts at 4 p.m. The nearby Oakland Cemetery offers tours of Atlanta’s most famous final resting place. The last two weekends in October the historic graveyard is open after dark with a ghostly guide, candlelit mausoleums and snacks and beverages for purchase. Buy tickets online.
More fun for kids of all ages is available through Zoo Atlanta’s “Boo at the Zoo,” Six Flags Over Georgia’s “Fright Fest,” and Halloween hikes at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell. Atlanta renters can hunt down an easily accessible eerie event anywhere in the city.