It all started with an idea about blueberries. The city wanted to have a blueberry day with all the restaurants in downtown Norcross doing blueberry dishes and drinks. Mike Holley worked at The Iron Horse Tavern in downtown Norcross and figured why not add blues music to the combination and call it Bluesberry! The City loved the idea—and a tradition was born.So bring a chair or blanket and a friend, then kick back as this group of great musicians entertains you with their funky vibes! And don’t forget to check out what bluesy specials our merchants have to offer by looking for the special “Bluesberry” decal in store windows.
The Indie Green Festival was curated to allow local residents and visitors the opportunity to learn about modern, eco-friendly and thoughtful lifestyles. Join us from 2-8 p.m. on Saturday, August 24th to discover diverse vegan and vegetarian cuisine while shopping with local artisans. There will be guest speakers, entertainment and a kids zone available throughout the day. For more information, please visit http://indiegreenfestival.com/.
Held in conjunction with Welcoming America’s “Welcoming Week,” this event will showcase the region’s best multicultural talent and various ethnic foods while highlighting the rich cultural contributions of Gwinnett’s diverse communities.The festival will feature a variety of outstanding performers and showcase the area’s cultural heritage through food, dance and music.
The 4 hour event will also include numerous traditional performances and activities that offer fun for all ages. In addition, international and local food vendors will be selling sweet and savory samplings of their home countries.So, bring the whole family or a diverse group of friends, and enjoy food, dance, music and crafts from around the world!! All while celebrating the cultural diversity of Gwinnett County without even leaving the park.
September 14, 2019 | Lillian Webb Park
3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Art Splash & Wine Festival
The Norcross Art Splash and Wine Festival has made the 2018 Sunshine Artist list of “200 Best” art shows in the country—how’s that for splashy?
Returning this fall for its 16th year, the whimsical and fun artist market will feature a new outdoor wine tasting venue, highlighting 50 wines from around the world. Our charming downtown will come alive with colorful and cheerful artisan booths and a large tent where shoppers can sample wines and continue to browse the artists’ displays while listening to live music from the Thrasher Park stage.