The City of Loganville hosts an annual art show in April featuring local and regional talent. The show is open to all forms of art. Those interested in participating in the show can find the application link below. Applications must be submitted before March 31st, with artwork dropped off at City Hall before 5p.m. on Friday, April 9th. This year’s show will be from 5 to 9 p.m. on April 13-15 at the Rock Gym, 135 Main St., Loganville.
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The City of Loganville works in conjunction with the Master’s Car Club to host two car shows in the downtown area. The first car show will be May 15thand serves as a fundraiser for Almsprings Food Basket. The Back the Blue car show will be Oct. 9th with proceeds benefitting the Loganville Police Department. The event includes several awards for cars, music provided by a DJ as well as a raffle and food vendors. Parking is available at Loganville FUMC and the empty lot at 210 Main St. For more information, call404-725-4960.
The City of Loganville is partnering with the Loganville Development Authority to sponsor the inaugural Battle of the Bands event, scheduled for May 1st at the field next to City Hall. This event will feature local and regional talent covering all genres of music battling it out for a spot to earn a paying performance at the city’s largest event, Autumn Fest. Sound equipment will be provided for each band. Bands or musical talent interested in participating in the event must submit their application before March 26th. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
While the acts may change from year to year, the continued growth of the Groovin’ on the Green concert series hits right at the heart of why the Town Green was built: to bring the community together. So bring your lawn chair or blanket as well as your dancing shoes for the city’s annual summer concert series.
Live music takes over the Town Green at 7:30 p.m. on the third Friday of each month from May through September.
Food and drink vendors are on hand or you can bring your own picnic. Beer and wine is permitted.
The City of Loganville is partnering with the Walton County Government for the city’s annual Independence Celebration held the Saturday before June 26th. The celebration will be from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the football fields at West Walton Park and include inflatables and other kids activities, food vendors, a free concert and a fireworks show at dark.
The City of Loganville’s annual fall festival is the largest event around as more than 175 vendors fill up Main Street on the third Saturday in October. Thousands descend on the downtown area to enjoy live music, performances from local dance and theater groups as well as offerings from food, arts and crafts vendors. The event also includes a Kids Zone with dozens of activities for children.
The festival begins at 10 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m.
Join us as we welcome the holiday season in Loganville with our annual Christmas parade followed by the lighting of our Christmas tree on the Town Green. The parade features more than 75 entries from local businesses, civic groups and more. Santa ends the parade in a City of Loganville fire truck and afterward makes his way to the Town Green to help light the tree and pose for pictures.