Help Desk: Atlanta's go-to events for your entertainment this weekend

5:31 PM, May 17, 2013   |    comments
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Get ready for an exciting weekend in Atlanta filled with music, bike riding and culture. The Help Desk has the go-to events for your entertainment this weekend.

Party in the Park will be in Centennial Olympic Park Saturday May, 18. The concert includes headliners like Ellie Goulding and Passion Pit. The event starts at 3 pm and tickets are still available online for $35 and at the door for $40. Enjoy VIP access for $115 and $125 at the door. 

On Sunday you can enjoy Peachtree Street to yourself thanks to Atlanta Streets Alive. Almost 3 miles of Peachtree will be block off for 60 different walking and bike friendly activities. This free event starts at 2 pm with an art bike parade off Ellis Street. Enjoy many elaborately decorated bikes from artists all over Atlanta. Following the parade there will be live music, bike polo and yoga to participate in.

"So many people are afraid to ride their bikes openly on the street. This will be a time for them to enjoy riding, free from cars," said Rebecca Serna, Executive Director of the Atlanta Bicycle Association. Ride from downtown all the way to midtown on Atlanta's main drag.

If you're looking for something to do outside of the city head to Marietta for the Greek Festival. Located at the Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, this event features traditional Greek food and dance with a performance from the Hellenic Dance Program. Friday, Saturday and Sunday adults are $4.00 and kids 12 and under are free. 

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