2019 Atlanta Fair Season
Welcome to the fair! The iconic Atlanta Fair will arrive into town once again for children and adults to experience on Friday, March 8 – Sunday, April 14! Patrons of all ages are invited to enjoy traditional fair food, entertainment, rides and memories to last a lifetime at the city’s favorite fair.
This year’s fair features the thrilling ride options attendees have grown to love and expect! After last year’s successful debut, the Nemesis 360 is back for anyone brave enough to try as they hang high into the city’s skyline while spinning in inverted circles. Other classic fair favorites, including the Towering Ferris Wheel, and rides geared towards children and the less daring, will be available to fair-goers along with a variety of interactive games. Traditional fair foods, such as cotton candy, elephant ears, candy apples and more will also be available!
WHAT: 2019 Atlanta Fair
WHEN: Friday, March 8 – Sunday, April 14
Monday – Friday: 5-9 p.m.
Saturday Matinee: 1-5 p.m.
Saturday Evening: 5-9 p.m.
Sunday: 1-9 p.m.
WHERE: Turner Field – Grey Lot
655 Central Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
HOW: Guests may purchase tickets online or at the gate. For online admission, visit atlantafair.com.
Fair Entrance Fees:
Always: $1 for guests under 42”
Monday – Thursday: $3 for guests 42” and taller
Friday, Saturday Matinee (1-5 p.m.) and Sunday: $5 for guests 42” and taller
Saturday Evening (5-9 p.m.): $8 for guests 42” and taller
Midway Ride Tickets are as follows:
Individual tickets: $1.25 each
Bundle tickets: 28 tickets for $25
Unlimited Ride Armbands ($25 each) sold during the following sessions:
Monday – Friday: 5-10 p.m. (not sold after 9 p.m.)
Saturday Matinee: 1-6 p.m. (not sold after 5 p.m.)
Sunday: 1-9 p.m. (not sold after 8 p.m.)
*Unlimited Ride Armbands are only valid on the day they are purchased.
Parental Escort Policy in Effect
Children under the age of 16-years-old must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older on Friday and Saturday evenings. One adult may escort up to four youth. All guests must be able to present a valid Georgia or government issued photo ID.
About Atlanta Fair
Since its inception in 1980, the Atlanta Fair at Turner Field has brought the thrills, excitement and sounds of the Midway to Georgia residents. What was once only the dream of three carnival-loving brothers from Southeastern Kentucky has blossomed into one of the largest in-town fairs in the Southeast United States.