Atlanta movers know that moving right before the winter holiday season can be stressful. It can also leave you with only a little bit of money to purchase Christmas gifts with. Instead of splurging on a ton of gifts, you can always take the family or your significant other out for some fun holiday cheer throughout the city. If you are new to Atlanta, your family movers at All My Sons have come up with a list of winter holiday events in Atlanta that you will not want to miss your first year as an Atlantan!
Cabbagetown Chomp & Stomp – November 7th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. visit chompandstomp.com
Garden Lights, Holiday Nights – November 14th to January 9th. Ticket information and details can be found at atlantabg.org.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – Takes place at the Center for Puppetry from November 12th to December 27th, with previews on November 10th and 11th. Reserve tickets at puppet.org.
Merry %#!*ing Christmas & A Christmas Carol – This is your Atlanta mover’s favorite holiday show! The Alliance Theatre teams up with Dad’s Garage Theatre Company for Merry %#!*ing Christmas, which is for adults-only and will take place from November 27th through December 19th. Then, a classic tale of A Christmas Carol will take place for the entire family from November 19th to December 24th. Information and tickets can be found at alliancetheatre.org.
Santaland Diaries – David Sedaris’ tales as a department store working as an elf during the holidays. Visit the Horizon Theatre November 20th-December 31st and purchase tickets at horizontheatre.org.
Centennial Park Holiday in Lights will be lit from November 21st to January 10th and the Ice Skating Rink will be open.
Lighting of Macy’s Great Tree is a holiday tradition and will be lit on Thanksgiving night, followed by fireworks.