Labor Day is approaching. With a three-day weekend to relax, hang out and enjoy the end of summer, you might be looking for something fun to do.
There are plenty of options in north Fulton County to keep you entertained over the holiday, ranging from country music to high school football to carnivals to shopping.
Here’s four things to do in north Fulton over Labor Day weekend...
Bluegrass in Johns Creek
The United States Navy Band Country Current is set to perform in Johns Creek on Friday. The concert is free and gates open at 7:30 p.m. at Newtown Park. Country Current is the Navy’s “premier county-bluegrass ensemble,” a release from the city says. Vendors will be on-site selling food, beer and wine. For more information, visit the city’s online calendar.
Football in Milton
The Freedom Bowl will be played at Milton High School this weekend. The event features 12 varsity high school football teams from Georgia, Florida, Alabama, New Jersey and Canada. There will be six games, with two on Friday night and four on Saturday. Admission is $10 and parking is $5. For more information, visit thefreedombowl.net.
Celebration in Roswell
The city of Roswell will host its annual End of Summer Celebration at the Centennial High School baseball field on Sunday. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and will feature live music, carnival games, giant inflatables, face painting, food, dancing and fireworks. Admission is free, but food and games cost money. Cash, credit cards and checks will be accepted.
Dinner at Avalon
On Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m., the Oak Steakhouse at Avalon in Alpharetta is hosting its “Labor Day Pig Out.” The price is $40 for adults and $20 for children. The restaurant’s chefs will be serving up several dishes that include ribs, brisket, pulled pork, mac and cheese, coleslaw and other foods. Live music, games and kids’ activities are also available. The event is free for children under 11 years old.
Also, Avalon stores will have sales on Labor Day. Check out its website for the latest updates on shopping deals.
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