Location

Join us on the picturesque stretch of Dunwoody Village Parkway between Mt. Vernon Road and Jiffy Lube on Dunwoody Village Parkway. This street will be closed to thru traffic from 3AM Saturday, May 12 through 10PM Sunday May 13. In your GPS enter 1449 Dunwoody Village Parkway for the Festival site or 5067 Chamblee Dunwoody Road for the free parking and shuttle location. Or, Click Here for a Google map.

This event will go on rain or shine.

Admission

FREE

Festival Hours
Saturday, May 12, 10AM to 6PM, Sunday May 13, 10AM to 5PM.

Parking/Transportation

Free parking and shuttle are available at the satellite lot located Calvary Church of Atlanta, 5067 Chamblee Dunwoody Road. Shuttles run regularly between Dunwoody Art Festival and Calvary Church. Look for the “Festival Parking” signs. Hours for the shuttle are Saturday from 9:45AM to 6:30PM and Sunday from 9:45AM to 5:30PM.

Parking for those with disabilities

Parking for visitors with motor scooters or wheelchairs is available in the Dunwoody Village shopping center, next to Starbucks and Smoothie King. Look for the Handicapped parking signs.

Festival Amenities

To ensure your time at Dunwoody Art Festival is enjoyable, we offer the following services for our guests:

ATMs: ATMs are available at all of the local banks. Many of them line Dunwoody Village Parkway, so there’s no shortage of available cash.

FIRST AID: First Aid is located at the Dunwoody Art Festival Headquarters inside Renasant Bank on Dunwoody Village Parkway. If you are unable to get to the First Aid station, please find a Dunwoody Art Festival staff member to assist you.

LOST & FOUND: Lost and Found is located at the Dunwoody Art Festival Headquarters booth inside Renasant Bank on Dunwoody Village Parkway.

RESTROOMS: Restrooms will be available next to Village Burger in the Food Court, outside of Renasant Bank, by the Post Office and in the Kidz Zone.

It is a Splash Festivals, Inc. policy that all exhibitors and vendors must show proper credentials and be pre-registered. Politicians, political, or religious groups will not be allowed to distribute literature during this two-day event.