Looking for something to do in Smyrna? You won’t have a hard time finding plenty of diversions within the community and the surrounding area. If you want more information on what there is to do in and around Smyrna, be sure to ask us! We have plenty of ideas for you and your family.

 

 

 

Live Music Fridays at McCray’s Tavern Smyrna

 

4500 West Village Place, Suite 2009

 

Smyrna, 30080

 

Every Friday

 

8pm-11pm

 

 

 

Had a long week checking out the great real estate available in Smyrna? Head down to one of Smyrna’s local night spots for some live music and a bit of relaxation. If you’re moving to Smyrna from out of town, it’s also a great way to meet some of the locals and get a feel for what the city has to offer after hours. This event is for adults only, of course. You can get more information by clicking here.

 

 

 

Marietta Mardi Gras 5K Fun Run and Walk

 

Marietta Square

 

North Park Square

 

Marietta, 30060

 

March 2

 

 

 

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Marietta Mardi Gras 5K Fun Run and Walk. Entrance fees run from $15 - $35 and there are three events, the titular 5K, along with a 1K and a Tot Trot for the Kids. The funds raised by the event will be given to the Junior League of Cobb-Marietta, so your run or walk registration fees will go to a good cause. If you’re planning on doing some competitive running this spring and summer, this is a great way to break the ice and get ready for the upcoming season. You can get more information by clicking here.

 

 

 

GSO Sensory Friendly Concert

 

1171 Whitlock Avenue

 

Marietta, 30064

 

March 9

 

2pm – 3pm

 

 

 

The Georgia Symphony Orchestra is putting on its fourth annual GSO Sensory Friendly Concert this month. This is a great event for people who are sensory sensitive, as it gives them a chance to experience great music in an environment that’s designed to be comfortable for them. The show runs 60 minutes total, and audience members are free to enjoy the show however they wish, even if that means getting up and doing a bit of dancing and singing during the performance. There’s a petting zoo before the performance starts, so show up early if you want to give someone a chance to interact with some friendly animals, as well. Admission is $10; you can get more information about this event by clicking here.