Location: Alif Institute
3288 Marjan Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340
Dates and Times:
SAT April 22: 11:00 am - 9pm (New! Extended hours and special evening performances!)
SUN April 23: 12:00 pm - 6 pm
$5 per person, Children under 12 are FREE!
Parking is FREE. Please follow the signs on Presidential Parkway.
For more information contact us at email@example.com.
Use our Facebook Event to invite your family and friends and join the celebration on April 22 & 23, 2017!
Enjoy a week-end filled with Arabic flavors, sights and sounds! Enjoy unique live performances on the stage. Embark on a culinary tour at the Arab world food court. Shop for little treasures at the bustling souk. Explore fun activities and enjoy the games and rides. Then when you feel like relaxing, visit one of the exhibits on display or just enjoy a unique experience in an Arabian tent sipping some Arabic coffee!
The largest selection of Arabic restaurants and caterers will be in our food court to embark you in a flavorful culinary experience!
Paintings, jewelry, embroidery, art work, decorative items, Arabic food, and so much more to browse through and take home with you!
Performance Schedule will be posted here soon!
Stay tuned to find out about: live music, dance performances, the fashion show, poetry readings, and more!
SPECIAL EXHIBIT! We are proud to host a special exhibit on loan from the Arab American National Museum, What We Carried: Fragments from the Cradle of Civilization!
Tour the Arab Nations - A tour to explore and discover beautiful lands and landmarks.
Posters of Arabic Poetry
Posters of Prominent Arab-Americans
Folk Art of the Arab - World Displayed in Alif’s main hall. To get the best of this exhibit, visit during one of the guided tours.
Windows to the Arab World: From the MidEast to the South East
New activities for children and adults!
Arts and crafts, henna, Arabic calligraphy, face painting
Carnival style games, bouncing castle, obstacle course, and for the adults backgammon games.
In 2006, Alif Institute organized its first Arab American Family Day. The event featured educational displays about the Arab culture and Arab Americans, live music performance, folk dancing, traditional Arab costumes show, and various activities for children.
In 2010, the Family Day was grown to a two day event and renamed Atlanta Arab Festival. The Festival also included the participation of local artists, food providers, businesses and organizations.
Over the years, the event became an annual tradition that the community enjoys and looks forward to. In 2013, the Atlanta Arab Festival grew in numbers and drew over 3,500 attendees, more than double the number reached in 2010!
Continuing in it's path of growth, 2014 was the biggest year ever! Over 5,000 visitors enjoyed the largest selection of restaurants, vendors, children's activities, and performances! Several community/humanitarian organizations joined the festival and contributed to educate and engage the public. On the festival stage the performance by the National Arab Orchestra musicians impressed everyone. After all of these wonderful activities, Atlanta Arab Festival guests were able to relax in the largest, authentic Arabian tent in Atlanta!
For additional information contact Alif Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.