DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

Piedmont Park, Atlanta, GA

We always encourage attendees to take MARTA to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, but this year, it’s more important than ever! See below for shuttle information, and give your MARTA Breeze Card a workout!

The Atlanta Police Department will be heavily enforcing all illegal parking around Piedmont Park the weekend of the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. Residential Parking fines have substantially increased and vehicles parked within tow zones will be impounded. We encourage everyone to utilize MARTA or park in authorized parking lots in the area. SpotHero.com can assist with the parking.

The best way to get to the festival is on  Marta

Directions on MARTA

Click here for directions to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival on MARTA.

Ride Your Bike to the Festival!

We’ll have a bike valet available for attendees coming to the festival on bicycles. Find it on 10th Street near Charles Allen Drive in the bike lane.

Guaranteed Reserved Parking

We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app.

To reserve your parking spot, visit the Atlanta Dogwood Festival SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.

New to SpotHero? Click here to download the SpotHero app.
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If you do drive, parking is available in the following locations:

Pershing Point – 1375 Peachtree Street

Please leave your dog at home!

Due to a city ordinance, no dogs (other than service dogs and the pre-registered competing dogs) will be allowed in Piedmont Park during the festival.

No Smoking in the Park!

There is a City of Atlanta ban on smoking in outdoor parks and recreational facilities including Piedmont Park where the Atlanta Dogwood Festival is located. This means no tobacco products including cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco will be permitted.

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Utilizing his 01′ BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), JHA creates Pop Art pieces that are whimsical and exhibit awesomeness. 
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The final results of their collaboration are multi-layered paintings with deep surfaces, crisp at first glance but rewarding the careful viewer with an undercurrent of complex tonality and colorplay.
See more and purchase at https://www.grushovenko.com/
They are currently featured at dk Gallery in Marietta. https://www.facebook.com/dkGallery
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