Tales from the Trumpocalypse

Friday, April 12-Saturday, April 13

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PULP
668 11th St. NW

In this absurdist musical satire, a series of future events play out that follow the inevitable “Trumpocalypse.” From Mary Poppins to Cardi B to The Beatles, a variety of popular songs are parodied in order to tell this hilarious tale of cataclysm and creation.

Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival

Saturday, April 13

Noon- 6 p.m.

Atlantic Station Event Space
1381 Market St. NW

Serve up some cheesy goodness at this year’s Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival. Restaurants from all over Atlanta will be coming together to deliver what is sure to be the cheesiest fest yet, along with live music and other activities.

Atlanta Dogwood Festival

Friday, April 12-Sunday, April 14

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Piedmont Park
1071 Piedmont Ave.

Celebrate 81 years of one of Atlanta’s most cherished events, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. From painting to pottery and everything in between, there’s something for every art lover here to enjoy all while taking in the beautiful spring weekend at Piedmont.

Matilda The Musical

Friday, April 12-Sunday, April 14

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The Art Place
3330 Sandy Plains Road

One of Roald Dahl’s most beloved works is brought to the stage for this entertaining experience. A tale about embracing childhood and the power of imagination, there is plenty to admire and be inspired by. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Foster Care Foundation.

Atlanta Film Festival

Through Sunday, April 14

10 a.m.-6 p.m.

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After over 40 years of celebrating the art of cinema, the Atlanta Film Festival is back to offer another fun-filled and educational event. One of the longest-running festivals of the entire country, this distinguished event is one of only two dozen Oscar-qualifying fests in the United States.