You probably haven’t felt free to get out and about lately, but we’ve rounded up a handful of local opportunities for fun without much risk of spreading germs! Grab your mask (just in case) and hand sanitizer, and head out for a little old-fashioned summertime fun. Be sure to dress appropriately for Atlanta heat and take plenty of cold water in the car with you.
Cobb County Parks Drive-In Movie: Aladdin
Friday, July 17 & Saturday, July 18 at Lost Mountain Park (Powder Springs)
Friday, July 24 & Saturday, July 25 at Cobb Civic Center (Marietta)
You don’t have to be a huge Aladdin fan to enjoy a FREE outdoor screening, presented by Cobb County Parks. Advance registration is required. Parks open at 6:30 PM with showings planned for about 7:30 PM. Click here for details.
Christmas in July Dinner & Drive-In Movie: The Grinch
Thursday, July 23 at the Avenue East Cobb
Head to the Avenue East Cobb at dusk for a family-friendly dinner and movie benefiting Feeding America. Tickets are only $10 for a car with up to 4 people. Click here for details.
Amare to Love: A Drive-In Film Festival
Thursday, July 23 & Friday, July 24 at Dad’s Garage Theater
This festival celebrates local black filmmakers with a curated series of short films. Pull in for a thought-provoking experience brought to you by emerging film industry talent. Organized by National Black Arts (NBAF), this event is completely distance-friendly. Tickets are $25-35. Click here for details.
Drive-In Live Music at Avalon
Friday, July 24 at Avalon
Drive on in to enjoy an evening of live music by the Mike Veal Band at Avalon in Alpharetta. Tickets are $25 per car with up to 6 people, and proceeds benefit Senior Services North Fulton. The parking lot in front of Ted’s Montana Grill opens at 5 PM, with music 6-8 PM. Click here for details.