The NFL, the Super Bowl and thousands of football fans will take over Atlanta next week for the biggest professional football game of the year. That means, the city will be buzzing with more activity than usual.
In this episode of the accessAtlanta podcast, AJC music reporter Melissa Ruggieri shares the keys to navigating Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta, including the things to do and concerts to attend.
Not interested in football or large crowds? Ruggieri shares tips for avoiding it all while still enjoying yourself. Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do during the next 10 days, including the Callanwolde Artist Market and “Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds”at Synchronicity Theatre.
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