Pop-up event to serve up art, pancakes and booze in Atlanta

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For 10 years, The Pancakes & Booze Art Show has been serving up syrupy sweet experiences far and wide.

The name for the traveling pop-up event tells you everything you need to know: breakfast grub, cocktails and locally made art all available for consumption.

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The Los Angeles-based event is returning to Atlanta this year on March 27 at The Georgia Freight Depot.

The experience is meant to flip the typical art viewing experience on its head, according to the organizers.

“This is no stuffy wine-and-cheese, pretentious, someone-gag-me art event. It’s an innovative reimagining of the art show concept,” the organizers write on Facebook. “A welcoming vibe for up-and-coming artists to sell and strut their stuff in a free verse, anything goes environment.”

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The show has traveled to more than 35 cities across North America and Europe.

As they prepare to come back to Atlanta, the event is looking for local artists to participate. If you're a local artist who wants to display work at the show, the submission form can be found here.

The event, which is $10 at the door (cash only) to attend, gets underway at 8 p.m. and continues until 2 a.m.

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Its expected to attract more than 300 local artists and more than 800 pieces of art. There will also be live performances from local DJs and producers.

Oh, and of course, all you can eat pancakes at no additional charge.

The event is open to everyone 21 years and older. Advance tickets and more information can be found here.


8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Friday, March 27
Georgia Freight Depot
65 Martin Luther King Jr Drive, Atlanta

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