Friday, July 1, 2011

Atlanta Events this July 4th Weekend

Friday, July 1
Cream Fridays at Cream Ultra Lounge
4th Of July Weekend Kickoff
3249 Buford HWY ATL, GA 30329
Music Provided By:
DJ Trauma, DJ Infamous And DJ Ace
Ladies No Cover Til 1AM
Ladies Drink Comp Til 12:30AM
No Cover For You And A Guest Until Midnight
Thru General Admission Or $20 VIP With E-Mail

Furious Entertainment, C. Cross Events, Team FCC,
Cls Ent. & MR Black Present:
Euphoria Fridays At Harlem Nights Ultra Lounge
Eric Weems Cancer Birthday Party
201 Courtland Ave., Atlanta, GA 30303

Saturday, July 2
Harlem Nights and CLS Ent. Present:
City in the South Saturdays at Harlem Nights
Ladies Night Out
201 Courtland St. NE - Atlanta, GA
Hotsted By: Red Cafe
Door Open At 10PM
$3 Martinis Till 12PM
Comp Moscato Till 11PM
Ladies No Cover B4 12AM,
Fellas No Cover B4 11PM w/RSVP
Falcons Probowler
Hosted By:
Sean Weatherspoon, Antoine Smith, Rafael Bush Of The Falcons
Also Celebrating The Birthday Of Buffullobills Cordaro Howard

Saturdays at Compound
The Fourth of July Kick-Off
The Birthday Celebration for
NBA All-Star Joe Johnson of Atlanta Hawks &
Pro-Bowler Eric Weems of the Atlanta Falcons
No Cover For You & A Guest Until Midnight Through Gen Admin
or $20 VIP All Night w/ Email Pass
1008 Brady Ave.

Sunday, July 3
The Dallas Mavericks 4th of July Championship Party At The Velvet Room
Hosted By: Jason Terry
No Cover For You & A Guest Until Midnight Through GA or $20 VIP All Night w/ eMail Pass
3358 Chamblee Tucker Rd.

Sunday, July 3rd, 2011
SHOW Magazine
Model Search & After Party With The Internet's #1 Bombshell JESIKAH MAXIMUS!
Everyone FREE Til 9pm!

Monday, July 4
(source Access Atlanta)

All-American Celebration at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
The annual Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s All-American Celebration features a rousing program of patriotic standards, singalongs and classical favorites, including Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. Guest conductor Rob Fisher, music director of the Tony-winning Broadway series “Encores,” is joined by the U.S. Army Chorus, and the evening ends with a spectacular fireworks display. 8 p.m. July 4, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater At Encore Park, $12–$35, 2200 Encore Parkway, Alpharetta, 404-733-5010

Heritage Arts Festival at Underground Atlanta
All Fourth of July weekend, Underground Atlanta hosts a celebration of African-American culture and history with fine art and live music at the 16th annual Heritage Arts Festival. Blues in the Alley is a tribute to blues greats presented by Atlanta Blues Society. And look for more than 50 national and international booths featuring African artifacts and jewelry, plus film screenings, plays, storytelling and book signings. July 1 -- July 4th, Underground Atlanta, 50 Lower Alabama Street S.W., Atlanta, 404-523-2311,

A view above Marietta’s Freedom Parade
The City of Marietta’s big Fourth of July Freedom Parade begins at 10 a.m. and 100 lucky observers can take in all the action from the rooftop terrace of the historic Strand Theatre to enjoy what’s billed as a “view above the rest.” Adding to the morning festivities, Bloody Marys, mimosas, screwdrivers, and other beverages will be available at the cash bar. Doors at 9 a.m. July 4, $10 admission limited to first 100 people, Earl Smith Strand Theatre, 117 North Park Square, Marietta, 770-293-0080,

BBQ and Beer at Woodfire Grill
Top Chef fan favorite Kevin Gillespie may be best known for serving the finest of local and sustainable cuisine at his Atlanta restaurant, Woodfire Grill. But every year Gillespie shows his love for Southern barbecue and craft beer with his annual BBQ & Beer celebration. On July 2, guests can savor a special dinner with Gillespie’s Terminus City BBQ sauce, Brunswick stew and sides, plus fruit cobbler and Sweetwater draft specials. 5:30 -11 p.m. July 2, $38 per person, reservations required, Woodfire Grill 1782 Cheshire Bridge Road, Atlanta, 404-347-9055,

Braves Baseball
What could be more American than baseball, hot dogs, beer and fireworks? The Atlanta Braves have been known as America’s Team, especially with those red, white and blue uniforms. But whatever jersey the club wears, the Fourth of July is a great time to be at Turner Field, where the National Anthem opens the game and fireworks rocket over the ballpark after it’s over. This year, the Braves take on the Colorado Rockies. 7:10 p.m. July 4, 755 Hank Aaron Dr. S.E., Atlanta, 404- 522-7630,

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