Dahlonega Arts & Wine Festival

High Quality Arts & Crafts, Live Jazz Performances

Wine Garden with Local & Regional Wines
Downtown Dahlonega, Georgia

Third weekend of May

May 16 & 17, 2020

Saturday 10 am to 6 pm

Sunday 10 am to 5 p
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** Click on this link to apply **

Save the Dates May 16 & 17, 2020 for our 5th festival.  Deadline for applying to this juried event will be March 8, 2020.

The Dahlonega Arts & Wine FestivalMay 16 & 17, 2020 is the perfect event for lovers of art, wine, and jazz. 
Chestatee Artists will present this exciting event for the 5th year in the historic downtown square and Hancock Park. The focus is on featuring high quality arts and crafts, fine local and regional wines, and terrific jazz performances to entertain our visitors for this truly cultural event. 

Seventy or more carefully selected artists and crafters will display creative products for purchase during the two-day event in downtown Dahlonega. Hours for the festival are 10 am to
6 pm on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. 
Visitors will be able to select from paintings in oil, acrylics, watercolors and mixed media, as well as creative photography. Quality crafts accepted by the jury committee will include ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, wood items, leather crafts, fused and stained glass, fiber arts, custom knives, and other hand crafted creations.


On the Hancock Park Pavilion Stage, amazing jazz performers will entertain festival goers who are in the wine venue or in Hancock Park in their own lawn chairs. Musical groups will feature great jazz, blues, salsa and many other genres to keep your “fingers snapping.” Performers from the region and Atlanta will rock the festival with groups like Little Big Band Atlanta, led by the multi-talents of Rick Harris. Brookwood Split will also perform and has also been a big hit at our festivals, along with many exceptional singers and musicians. These free performances begin at noon and continue during festival hours.

Visit the Dahlonega Arts & Wine Festival Facebook page and come back often to see postings of our sponsors, wineries in the Wine Garden, and  the musical groups who will be performing. In March, we will feature works by accepted artists and crafters. Please “Like” and” Share” our facebook postings!

 The Holly Theatre will also add to this cultural weekend by presenting Mamma Mia, a musical smash hit that tells the hilarious story of a young girl’s search for the identity of her birth father. The setting for this comedy takes place on a Greek island paradise. Tickets can be obtained for evening performances at 8 pm Friday and Saturday, or Sunday matinee at 2 pm www.hollytheater.com  

With so much to see and do, visitors will want to consider staying for the weekend in one of Dahlonega’s many lodging options. See www.dahlonega.org for lodging.

Free parking is available in the University of North Georgia’s Parking Deck with easy access to the downtown. A variety of parking lots are also available from streets near the square. See www.dahlonegadda.org/parking






Inside the Wine Garden, wine lovers will enjoy a wide variety of wine from local and regional wineries. The Wine Garden is open to Hancock Park so folks can enjoy their wine in the park and get closer to the music. Participating wineries in the past have included Kaya Vineyard & Winery, Etowah Meadery, Habersham Winery & Vineyards, Montaluce Winery, and Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery. Wine tasters will receive a commemorative wine glass with their tickets for 16 tastings for $30, which can be shared with a companion. Wine can also be ordered by the glass for $8.00 or by the bottle based on winery prices. The Wine Garden opens at 11 am on Saturday and on Sunday at 12:30 pm.









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