Atlanta's 2018 fall festival guide Atlanta's fall festival lineup offers something for everyone. Here are few to enjoy. Yellow Daisy Festival, Sept. 6-9 Suwanee Fest, Sept. 15-16 Japan Fest, Sept. 15-16 Atlanta History Center Fall Folklife Festival, Sept. 22 Rock'n Ribville, Sept. 22

Vote: What is the best fall festival in Atlanta?

Fall can be one of the most beautiful times of the year. It's a wonderful season to get outdoors.

This week's Best of Atlanta poll wants your input on where to go this fall for festivals. What's your favorite event to see before the snow starts falling?

There is so much to do in Atlanta in the fall. An essential place to start is our guide to fall festivals around Atlanta and North Georgia.

There are also great under-the-radar fall festivals in addition to great ideas for fall dates

If you don't mind traveling, there's a good roundup of festivals around the South that includes everything from Mountain Heritage Day to the Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival.

Heading to the hills doesn't have to involve a festival. Here are five family-friendly getaways in North Georgia and five often-overlooked mountains in our state.

Vote for your favorite fall fest below, or nominate it the comments. If you’d like to submit a write-in nominee for best fall festival, please email your pick to stephanie.toone@ajc.com.

Read about our other Best of Atlanta winners and nominees here.

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