The annual Taste of Soul Atlanta returns this weekend with music, food and more.
The four-day event begins Friday, August 30, with VinoTOSA and ArtTOSA.
At VinoTOSA, you’ll sample and learn about wines from black-owned vineyards in the United States. ArtTOSA features “artists representing a wide range of cultures, generations, and artistic approaches including painting, photography and live artworks with the tastemakers of Atlanta.” Both of these events require tickets.
Entry to the festival on Friday and Saturday is free, however. You can buy food from a variety of vendors, art, kids activities and live music.
Performers include Chante Moore, K Camp, Nate Myers, Queen Tiger and dozens more. You can buy VIP tickets for seating at tables near then stage, or bring your own folding chair to sit farther back.
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BrunchTOSA is Sunday. This is an all-you-can-eat outdoor brunch concert with live soul and R&B music. You can eat chicken & waffles, collard greens, mac ’n’ cheese, hash browns, breakfast empanadas and much more. Upgrade your ticket and you’ll get bottomless sangria or mimosas.
Mondays Soul Rise Classic 5K race is sold out, but you can show up to cheer on the participants. Proceeds from the race help support early childhood development at the YMCA and community nonprofits.
For more information on this event, visit tasteofsoulatlanta.com.
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