Join us across the street from the Atlanta Athletic Club on Hwy. 141 (Medlock Bridge Road) in Johns Creek, GA. In your GPS, enter 1930 Bobby Jones Dr., Johns Creek, GA 30097. NOTE: There is no physical address. The Festival is directly across the street. For a Google map Click Here.

This event will go on rain or shine.



Festival Hours

Saturday, October 19, 10AM to 6PM. Sunday, October 20, 10AM to 5PM.

Gourmet Festival Cuisine and Beverages

It doesn't get much better that this! Great street and festival food to go with premium wines and locally brewed beer will be available throughout the weekend. Enjoy cuisine from All Around The World, Aloha Hawaiian Shaved ice, Azucar Cuban Cuisine, Bruster's Real Ice Cream, Jack Nuts, Paw Paws Kettle Corn, Gigis Lemonade, Taza Lebanese Kitchen, The Freudian Sip Coffee Company, The Inked Pig, Tiffany's Roasted Corn, Jeremiah's Italian Ice and Tacos El Kohuich.

Children's Activities

The hopping Kidz Zone will bring smiles with face painting, sand art, musical instruments, inflatable and mechanical rides, balloon art and much more. Tickets are required for the rides and may be purchased for $1 each. $20 worth of tickets will usually make sure each child sleeps well at night.

Live Entertainment

Musical performers will entertain continuously on stage at the Food Court.


Sammy Shepard 11:00am

Erik Bush 12:15pm

David Atmore 1:45pm

Story of a Life Band 3:15pm

Suburban Ghost 5:00pm


School of Rock 11:00am

Jeff Gilman 12:15pm

Andy Liechty 2:00pm

The Vibe 3:45pm


A Gainesville musician, Sammy Shepard is a twenty year old musician who produced his own album in November. Not only does he write his own music but covers many popular songs as well.

Story Of A Life! is an Atlanta-based progressive band dedicated to bringing you their own music , and covering some of the greatest rock music ever recorded. A band for everybody to enjoy, they have been a crowd pleaser at the Johns Creek Arts Festival. Don't miss them!

The Vibe is a high energy band performing for corporate, festival and wedding events. Based out of Atlanta, their music covers hits from the 80’s, 90’s and today.

Music has been apart of Jeff Gillman since he was 4years old when he got his first guitar. His passion for the guitar consumed him through his teenage years. Growing up in the 80's was an amazing time for him as a guitar player. There were a lot of musical challenges to strive to be on top of the game. Through the years he's learned different styles of playing & been in numerous bands playing all over the country. To him, music is an escape from reality, and he thoroughly enjoy every second he plays. Jeff covers music from the 70’s, 80’s , 90’s and now.

Andy Liechty is a singer songwriter from Chattanooga, Tn. With a couple of albums behind him, his influences can be classified as classic country meets 90’s grunge. Andy can be found just about any night of the week playing music somewhere solo or with friends. You never what you’ll hear, but chances are you’ll hear a Willie Nelson song.

David Atmore is a tenor vocalist performing songs that take you back to a time when R&B, POP, and Soft Rock ruled the music world. His voice is one that sticks in your mind, his covers priceless. Sit back or dance and enjoy the sound of David Atmore and a ride back in time.

From the quiet corners of Atlanta's north, the elusive duo known as Suburban Ghost emerges. Their sound, described as an enigmatic blend of evocative originals, captivating harmonies, and familiar tunes, lingers in the listener's soul long after the final note fades away.

Bach to Rock music programs for kids in Johns Creek are designed to get students on stage performing, with the goal of building strong musical proficiency. Younger students at School of Rock Johns Creek who have participated in the Rookies program can move to their Rock 101 music program once they’re ready. Additionally, students (typically ages 8 to 13-years-old) can begin Rock 101 without any prior experience. The goal of this rock program is to quickly develop a basic competence on students’ chosen instruments before moving on to our famous Performance Program. Be sure to show your appreciation for their performances on stage!


Johns Creek Student Art Exhibition

Highly talented students from the Johns Creek high schools will show off their amazing work. Be sure to stop by their booths and see these budding artists!


If you’re looking for a place to stay, Johns Creek has just the solution. Click Here for more information.


We are a pet-friendly festival. All pets must have their owners on a leash.


Ample parking will be available on the grounds of the Arts Festival. The Johns Creek Boy Scout troops will be directing all attendees to parking. Your donation will go towards the support of one or more of their projects.

Parking for Those With Disabilities

Parking for visitors with motor scooters or wheelchairs will be conveniently located on the Arts Festival grounds.


ATMs will not be available, but most artists and vendors accept credit and debit cards.

First Aid

First Aid is located at the Arts Festival Headquarters tent. If you are unable to get to the first aid station, please find an Arts Festival staff member to assist you.

Lost & Found

Lost and Found is located at the Arts Festival Headquarters tent.


Restrooms will be available throughout the Arts Festival venue.

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. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into the festival, but will be available for purchase during the festivities.