Here is your list of all things RED, WHITE & BLUE TO DO this weekend:
Peachtree Road Race 2015
Apple Pie, baseball, watermelon and barbeque are all Independence Day traditions. In Atlanta, Georgia, July 4th celebrations begin with the AJC Peachtree Road Race, a Fourth of July tradition for thousands of people throughout Georgia and beyond . The Peachtree Road Race is the largest 10K in the world and is hosted by the Atlanta Track Club. Kick off your Fourth of July festivities with the 46th running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race. The race begins in Buckhead and ends at the finish line in Piedmont Park. Be sure to watch the race live on 11Alive.com at: on.11Alive.com/peachtreelive . WXIA will be providing course updates, weather forecasts and starting information for each group via text alerts. Text RACE to 25543 to subscribe and to get these alerts. Get full race coverage and information from 11 Alive.
W Atlanta – Midtown
Celebrate the Fourth of July with the W Atlanta - Midtown. Where you have easy access to the best of the in-town Atlanta festivities. Relax in the huge guest suites or beat the heat under the cabanas on WET DECK. Escape to Bliss® Spa where you can become a "BIP" (Bliss Important Person) chill at WHISKEY PARK , the W Atlanta - Midtown haute spot for music and libations. Psst... W guests get to skip the line. When you’re hungry, TRACE restaurant has foraged so you will be fed the freshest farm to table breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. In addition to its Southern-inspired menu, TRACE Atlanta offers a full bar menu and local craft beer.
The World of Coca-Cola
The World of Coca-Cola, a 20 acre museum dedicated to a soft drink is celebrating 25 years of sharing happiness in Atlanta. Have a Coke and a smile, 60 of them! At the end of the tour, you can sample more than 60 Coca-Cola products from around the world. Skip the line and get your tickets in advance. What could be better? The VIP tour.
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Red, White and Brew: Georgia Aquarium's 4th of July Beer Festival
Beluga whales and manta rays, and whale sharks, oh my! Dive in with local and national beer samplings. Wolfgang Puck catering will have waves of BBQ and Buttermilk Fried Chicken for dinner while The Regulars Band are on deck for live music. The Aquarium's parking deck rooftop will provide a fantastic view of the Centennial Olympic Park firework show. Check out Red, White and View for the family fun version here.
The Atlanta Braves
Baseball, hotdogs and apple pie on July 4th. After the Philadelphia Phillies vs Atlanta Braves game, stay and watch the All-American Fireworks Spectacular choreographed to Patriotic music.
♪ Take me out to the ball game ♫
Red, White and Booze
"Top O' the World, Ma" is what you might say during this roof top Fourth of July party. Held at Ventanas, an exclusive rooftop event space (indoor and outdoor viewing areas) overlooking Centennial Olympic Park. Party with DJ Gary Braner, an all American buffet, cocktails, and a spectacular view of fireworks at eye level.
Lenox Square: Legendary 4th of July
Lenox Square has been host to the most popular Fourth of July gathering in Atlanta for over 50 years. Music, food, fun, and of course fireworks have the community out early to claim their prime viewing territory. It is a show that you must see at least once!
Centennial Olympic Park
Free music and fireworks in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Relax on the Great Lawn and celebrate Independence Day at Centennial Olympic Park. This 4th of July celebration will be broadcasted by local ABC affiliate WSB-TV, Channel 2 Action News.
Happy Independence Day!