Dates: March 8, 15, 22 and 29; April 5, 12, 19 and 26; May 3, 10 and 17
Each Wednesday, Midtown Alliance will host a local musician to play an acoustic set at Commercial Row Commons, located at Peachtree Street and Peachtree Place, outside Savi Midtown.
We kicked off the series on March 1 with the dulcet tones of Keith Cuts, a singer-songwriter who lives and works in Midtown. Keith describes his sound as “Jack Johnson meets Bruno Mars, helping you to see the brighter side of things and live your best life.”
Stop by and vibe out on your way home from work, or pick up some takeout from a nearby restaurant and enjoy dinner al fresco while you’re serenaded by a local musician on any upcoming Wednesday!
PAW-ty in the Park is a free, once-a-month mini festival in 10th Street Park to celebrate all things dog. If you don’t have a dog, we think you will still have a blast! Join us on the third Saturday of each month for a DJ, drinks and games. We have also partnered with Punk Foodie to bring a featured chef-driven food pop-up to each month.
We’re getting the PAWty started on March 18 by giving out two free drink tickets to all who register at this link ahead of the event. Music by DJ NeonHorror.
A doggy version of the Met Gala red carpet experience that can’t be missed!
A doggy red carpet experience complete with PUParazzi
A costume contest (no theme at our gala, just dress to impress!) with a local celebrity jury, emceed by Brigitte Bidet
Music from DJ Ree de la Vega
Drinks for sale from Henry’s mobile bar
Pop-up food vendor curated by Punk Foodie.
This event is free for spectators and a small fee to enter your pop in the costume costume, and we are asking for attendees to RSVP for planning purposes.
Look for Midtown Alliance and partners to add more free events to the calendar this year as a part of Midtown Alliance’s Public Life Action Plan, which emphasizes activating the district’s existing public spaces to drive success in a post-pandemic future.
“Midtown Alliance is excited about launching our 2023 line-up of free public events and programming," said Ansley Whipple, project manager at Midtown Alliance. "These spring events are just the beginning —we plan to bring many more activations to the neighborhood throughout the year so stay tuned for more announcements. This is just one way we are committed to enhance Midtown’s public life, making it an even better neighborhood to be in.”