Welcome to the Yeah, Let's Go Atlanta local events calendar. Here you'll find current event listings for you to do with your family.
Blue Man Group - Making Waves, the national touring exhibit supported by Harman/Becker Automotive Systems and created by the Boston Children’s Museum and Blue Man Group and powered by JBL®, will open at Children’s Museum of Atlanta on June 10. The 1,500 square foot exhibit - designed to bring together science and art - will take the whole family through a multi sensory exploration of sound that provides an opportunity to play together while discovering the fun of music. Onstage, the Blue Man is one part…Find out more »
Tuesday, July 4 Families are invited to wear 2017 Peachtree Road Race t-shirts to receive half price admission with the purchase of a full-priced ticket. 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.: Special Story Time “The Story of America’s Birthday” written by Patricia A. Pingry presents the meaning behind Independence Day and helps children understand the connection between the American Revolution, Declaration of Independence and today’s festivities. 3 p.m.: Special Music and Movement Children can join the Imaginators in honoring America with…Find out more »
Music enthusiasts can slip away to tropical paradise with the sounds of Latitude Adjustment Steel. The group will perform a fun, interactive show featuring a mix of Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Latin and Pop music using what is considered by many to be the only genuinely new acoustic instrument invented during the 20th Century – the beautiful steel pan from Trinidad. Museum Admission: General Admission is $15.95 (plus tax) for anyone 1 – 100 years old. Babies and members are admitted…Find out more »
Little ones are invited to get ready for school with Children’s Museum of Atlanta! 1 p.m.: Special Story Time Gather around! Kids can catch up on summer reading by listening to the following stories throughout the week: “School’s First Day of School” written by Adam Rex, “Llama Llama Misses Mama” written by Anna Dewdney and “How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?” written by Jane Yolen. 2 p.m.: Pack and Play Children can help the Imaginators figure out what to bring…Find out more »