The 6th Magnolia Arts Festival features over 100 visual and performing artists this weekend in Peachtree City
Artists from across the United States will once again converge on the shores of Lake Peachtree in Peachtree City, Georgia for the 6th annual Magnolia Fine Arts Festival. Over 100 visual and performing artists will showcase their talents on Saturday October 16 and Sunday October 17. It is the largest gathering of fine arts-related talent in Fayette County each year.
The Magnolia Fine Arts Festival celebrates traditional artistic expressions, digital, jewelry, wood, dance, words, songs and other artistic expressions and takes place in the picturesque setting of Drake Field Lake for two days of fun cultural. Sponsored by the Fine Arts and Crafts Entrepreneurs (FAACE), the family festival educates and shares works of art with the community while benefiting from the art programs of the Fayette school.
In addition to showcasing artists, the event includes entertainment for the whole family, including an artists’ market, live painting demonstrations, live music and dance performances, tea and painting tasting. , a K-12 art exhibit, food trucks, inflatables, a photo booth, enchanted princesses, a kids’ corner, an opportunity to support local artists, and more.
Saturday Performing Arts Program
Enjoy concerts and dance performances starting Saturday at 10 a.m. Line-up includes musician Mark Fulmer, the Georgia Singers Company, country and pop singer Cindy McCord, Dance Contempra, Reigning Victory Dance Studio, Heart Music, and pop and country band Austin Neal and Savannah Road.
Sunday Performing Arts Program
Sunday’s programming starts at noon and includes 3Hre, Rare Epiphany, Moksha Rao and the Artistry School of Performing Arts.