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Eventbrite wants you to say “Yes” to new Atlanta experiences

Credit: Courtesy of Eventbrite

Credit: Courtesy of Eventbrite

Eventbrite, the event discovery and online ticketing platform, is ramping up their offering in Atlanta and encouraging the city to say “yes” to new experiences. As part of their Yes Address Atlanta initiative, Eventbrite is partnering with local businesses and event organizers to host a 10-day series of pop-ups around several Atlanta neighborhoods

The pop-up events, taking place between April 16 and April 26, include cocktail lessons at Preserving Place, a Beltline beer hike with the Georgia Conservancy and Sweetwater Brewing, 90s game night at Manuel’s Tavern and more.

“We know when you say yes to new experiences, you open up a world of possibilities, which is why we’re thrilled to be hosting 10 pop-up experiences to showcase Atlanta’s top local businesses, event organizers, makers, and more. We hope that Atlantans will join us for one or more of these events, and continue to visit Eventbrite as place to discover great local events,” said Sara Steele-Rogers, a senior marketing manager at Eventbrite.

The event series officially launches Thursday, April 16 and AJC readers can get a sneak peek. The full lineup of events is on