From art to Oktoberfest, check out these Georgia fall festivals

There’s a festival for everyone this fall

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With Halloween just a few weeks away, fall festivals are in full swing.

From family-friendly events to downright terrifying experiences, there’s plenty of food, fun and frights to be had at these fall festivals around Georgia.

Little 5 Points Halloween Parade and Festival

October 22-23, Little 5 Points, Atlanta

The Little Five Points neighborhood marks the return of this popular festival. This year, the parade has a new route and plenty of activities, from drag karaoke, to a monster hunt and live music.

The parade will take place on Sunday at 2pm on Moreland Ave. For more information visit their website.

Rocktoberfest: Every Saturday and Sunday of October

Every Saturday and Sunday in October, 1400 Patten Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

This annual German-themed festival takes place in Rock City every weekend from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This family-friendly event is packed with German food, music and activities. For more information and to get tickets, visit

Rhythm and Brews Festival

October 22, Sandy Creek Barn, 1580 Hatchers Run, Greensboro, GA 30642

With plenty of food, free wine and beer, and music, this festival takes place at the Sandy Creek Barn. Tickets are $150 and include a complimentary shuttle, open bar, unlimited food and more.

Helen Oktoberfest

October 17-23, 1074 Edelweiss Strasse, Helen, GA 30545

Explore beer, brats, bands and more at this years Oktoberfest in Helen — it’s the longest running Oktoberfest in the United States.

The Festhalle will be filled with tables so you can eat and watch the show. Kids under six get in free and they’ll have their own dance floor. For more info, visit

Chastain Park Arts Festival : November 5-6

Novembere 5-6, Chastain Park, Atlanta

Calling all art lovers! This Atlanta festival features photography, sculpture, leather and metal work, and more.

This is a two day festival that has a dedicated play area for kids, food trucks, drinks and more. It’s free to attend and perfect for all ages — and pets. For more information, visit

Shrimp and Grits Festival : November 4-6

November 4-6. Jekyll Island National Historic Landmark District, Jekyll Island, GA

The annual Shrimp & Grits Festival cooking competition goes hand in hand with the brews, artist and craft merchants, and live music of this festival.

This festival is family friendly with activities for the kids with plenty of room for them to jump, bounce and swing. For more information, visit