A3C Festival & Conference has found a natural home on Edgewood Avenue. In addition to the infamous street becoming one of the cultural breeding grounds in the city of Atlanta, here are 9 solid reasons why A3C can’t seem to stay away from Edgewood Ave.:
With a line-up featuring Noni’s (pictured), Edgewood Pizza, Delightful Eats, and many more, scoring a post-turn-up meal has never been easier.
Oh, the people. Pouring in from all over metro Atlanta, you’re bound to see a few familiar faces and meet a few new ones as well.
Located smack dab in the heart of the Historic Old 4th Ward, Edgewood Ave. is always full of life. Not to mention, it’s pretty cool to be right down the street (walking distance) from the house Martin Luther King Jr. grew up in.
No matter the day of the week, there’s always a decent crowd in at least one of Edgewood’s venue. Who doesn't love a guaranteed good time?
Multiple Bars in One
Speaking of a guaranteed good time, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to relocate your move within minutes of growing tired of a location? Edgewood is lined with bars, lounges, and night clubs, so finding something to do is never an issue.
Never too far from the post-move, never too far from the pre-game. The street’s convenient placement has pretty much made Edgewood Ave. synonymous with Downtown Atlanta.
From the people selling street art and backyard BBQ on the corner, to the paintings covering those old, worn out buildings, you can always count on getting a true taste of Atlanta’s Culture on Edgewood.
Music Loving Venues
Whether you hit The Sound Table, The Department Store, or The Music Room, there’s bound to be a killer set lined up. You may even run into one of your favorite up-and-coming artists if you’re lucky.
No Pressure (:
Everything is relatively chill on Edgewood; wear what you want, do what you want. As long as it’s legal!