The Fourth of July is the big event this month, but Smyrna has events going on throughout July, so if you’re visiting to look at a property in Smyrna, you’ll find plenty of diversions and reasons to explore the surrounding area. If you’re looking for other events or attractions, be sure to talk to your Realtor, as they have extensive local expertise.
Food Truck Tuesdays
July 9, 16, 23, and 30
5pm – 9pm
3180 Atlanta Rd
This event will be held every Tuesday afternoon and evening except July 2. The Food Truck event features numerous different vendors and Taylor-Brawner park provides a nice place to relax and, if you have kids, it’s a very friendly venue for them, as well. You can park at the Community Bank of the South on Atlanta road after 5pm. The city highly recommends walking due to the popularity of this event. You can get more information by clicking here.
Centennial Olympic Park Fourth of July Celebration
Centennial Olympic Park
265 Park Ave W NW
If you’re looking for a very big fireworks show this Fourth of July, head to Centennial Olympic park to see the biggest event in the Southeast. The event features live DJs and, if you want to grab something to eat before the festivities start, there will be food trucks available throughout the venue. Smyrna is just a short drive from Atlanta, so take advantage of that proximity if you want to see an unforgettable display of fireworks. You can get more information by clicking here.
Water Lantern Festival
5:30pm – 10pm
2245 Callaway Road
If you want a more peaceful light show than firework displays offer, this Water Lantern Festival is a great choice. Located in nearby Marietta, the event features music and plenty of food to choose from, and the sight of the lanterns on the water is certainly a beautiful one to behold. You can find more information about the event by clicking here.
Southern-Fried Gaming Expo
Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel and Cobb Galleria Center
2450 Galleria Parkway
This three-day event is all a about gaming, from stand-up games and pinball machines to modern consoles. If you want a great, fun-filled diversion while you’re looking for property in Smyrna or happen to live in Smyrna already, you’ll find it a short drive from the city and well-worth the trip. You can get more information by clicking here.