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The Atlanta Dogwood Festival hosts approximately 200,000 devoted attendees each year, many of whom have attended with their families for generations. Our festival offers strong promotional, sampling, and branding opportunities delivered in a one-of-a-kind setting to an affluent regional demographic. In addition to the overall festival experience, we offer unique festival assets like our Disc Dog Competition, Atlanta High School Art Exhibition, and International Village that can be included in a customized partnership designed to meet your specific objectives. Contact us today for a full prospectus and to discover how the Atlanta Dogwood Festival can deliver a strong return on your investment.

For Sponsorship information contact:

Rick Kern, Mixit Marketing
Phone: 404.992.2506
Email: rick@mixitmarketing.com

“Our experience as a Community Sponsor at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival in 2015 was outstanding. We were placed at a great spot, near one of the busy main entrances. We had lots of fun sampling our tortillas and talking to the public. The sponsorship team was helpful and great to work with. We are looking forward to next year!”

Vanessa Herrera

Marketing Director, Mission Foods

“Many thanks for Atlanta Dogwood Festival’s hard work and assistance during this great event. We received many positive interactions and feedback about our Ford vehicles and display. Our display was in an area with great exposure and high foot traffic that allowed us to exceed our goals. Thanks again for a great year and we are looking forward to next year!”

Christina Lehman

Senior Account Manager, XPERIENCE (for Ford Motor Company)

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LATEST NEWS

August 20th, 1:14 pm

It is with deep regret that we announce the cancelation of this year’s event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although we had hoped to move the festival to a fall date, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone until next year. We know that you will agree with us that this is the right choice when considering public health and safety.

The good news is that we can announce dates for the 85th Atlanta Dogwood Festival, which is scheduled to take place in Piedmont Park April 9-11, 2021. We may be taking a hiatus this year, but we look forward to being back next spring to bring together the community and provide a reason to celebrate. #InThisTogether
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It is with deep regret that we announce the cancelation of this year’s event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although we had hoped to move the festival to a fall date, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone until next year. We know that you will agree with us that this is the right choice when considering public health and safety.  The good news is that we can announce dates for the 85th Atlanta Dogwood Festival, which is scheduled to take place in Piedmont Park April 9-11, 2021. We may be taking a hiatus this year, but we look forward to being back next spring to bring together the community and provide a reason to celebrate. #InThisTogether

 

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Missing the Spring & Fall Festival fun, tunes, art & life. Stay safe, healthy & happy all ;)

This is the right call.

It is understandable during these times.. Looking forward to enjoying the festival next year.

It's a disappointment to many, but you made the right call, ....the only call you could have made. Thank you

Very responsible, thank you. See you next year.

So disappointing

Maxine Marschner

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August 10th, 7:06 pm

Thanks to Premier Events for the love! It is a pleasure to work with your team each year!Client Spotlight: Atlanta Dogwood Festival has been a favorite client of ours since 2007 and we look forward to seeing you in Piedmont Park soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Premier Events for the love! It is a pleasure to work with your team each year!

July 17th, 1:48 am

We are working to reschedule the festival just as soon as it is safe for everyone. We will post updates here as we have new information. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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