Give Dad the gift of a one-of-a-kind experience by taking him out on Father’s Day.
From jazz shows to brunches, there are many ways to show Dad that he is appreciated on his special day.
“I feel like fathers are just as important as moms,” ArtzyBella Owner Ashley Nicole said. “I wanted to do something to give them a chance to feel celebrated and loved just the same way we do on Mother’s Day.”
Here are seven events happening in Atlanta that any father will enjoy.
Father’s Night Out
When: June 14, 5 to 9 p.m.
Where: Second Self Beer Company, 1317 Logan Circle Northwest
Cost: $50 for a Single Ticket, $80 for a Ticket for 2
Have a dad’s night out on the town at Second Self Beer Company for their Father’s Day event. Tickets include a Blank Label shirt, Trilogy cigar, Pine Street Market charcuterie board and more. Attendees can also choose three pints of beer to sip on from the craft beer seller.
2018 Atlanta Fatherhood Expo
When: June 16, 1 to 5 p.m.
Where: Greenbriar Mall, 2841 Greenbriar Parkway Southwest
Come out to the 2nd Annual Fatherhood Expo and Job Fair for a fun-filled day complete with live DJs and entertainment. DJ Doxology and DJ LV will be on two separate stages spinning tunes while attendees get a chance to watch Ronnie Thomas’ Fun Weird Science show and a performance by In Flight Gymnastics & Circus. Gospel Artist Kelvin Pitts will also be performing live at the event. The event will also have hiring employers and family lawyers on site.
Father’s Day: Brunch, Beer, + Build with ArtzyBella
When: June 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: ArtzyBella Studio, 1450 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. #Suite 307
Get artsy with Dad on Father’s Day at the first ever Father’s Day: Brunch, Beer + Build. Ashley Nicole will be guiding guests on how to make “Man Cave” crafts, such as beer glasses and wood plank wall signs. Creamy grits, sliders, beer and mimosas will be served up to attendees. Be sure to grab your tickets in advance, because the most recent Mother Day event sold out.
Father’s Day Celebration
When: June 17, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Children’s Museum of Atlanta, 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW
Cost: Starting at $15.95. Dads get in free on Father’s Day
Take the kids to this celebration for a memorable experience. Children will get to craft tie holders or posters to give to Dad. At the event, families will also learn new cooking techniques at Children’s Museum of Atlanta’s Eat a Georgia Rainbow seasonal cooking class. A mini-musical, storytime and science show are also on schedule for the day.
Father’s Day Dinner and Jazz Concert
When: June 17, 3 to 6 p.m.
Where: 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW
Cost: $60 for Couples Admission, $40 for Single Admission, $80 for Family Ticket Price (up to 4 members per family), $10 per additional child (children under 12)
Hear the Atlanta Jazz Players perform live music in Midtown Atlanta. Dinner and dessert will be served during the event. Dads should come dressed to impress. There will be a best-dressed father contest. Be sure to grab your ticket in advance, because space will be limited.
Father’s Day Vegan Dinner
When: June 17, 2 to 5 p.m.
Where: Kipp Strive Academy, 1444 Lucile Avenue Southwest
Cost: $5 for General Admission
This event organized by The Veggie Taste is the place to be for families to enjoy vegan and plant-based eats. Vegan Chefs Duece and James will cooking Tapas style dishes for the “All White Affair” Father’s Day Celebration. Attendees can also taste desserts from Buttafly Kisses, LLC. Bakery, which is known for its vegan chocolate chip cookies, mocha parfait and cupcakes made with strawberries.
Jazz & Blues Father’s Day Brunch
When: June 17, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: City Winery, 650 North Avenue NE #201
Cost: $49.95 for General Admission
Jam out to the sounds of Jazz and Blues while grubbing out on an unlimited brunch at the City Winery on Father’s Day. The genre-spanning Mose Davis Trio, balladeer Leonard Julien III, soulful singer Rhonda Thomas and former X Factor contestant Simone Torres will be performing. On the brunch menu, there’s banana bread, Caesar salad, pancakes and fried chicken.
Editor’s note: This report has been updated to reflect that entrance to the Children’s Museum starts at $15.95.