Underground Atlanta

The nearly 12-acre complex, featuring renovated historic storefronts and cobblestone streets, opened in 1969, billing itself as a "city under the streets." It became a hotbed for nightlife and featured the original Dante's Down the Hatch. Underground closed in 1982, but it was reopened after extensive upgrades in 1989, leading up to the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. Over the last two decades, Underground has become a conundrum that leaves tourists befuddled and struggles to attract locals, despite being the only place in Atlanta where spirits flow until 4 a.m. The city bought back the property in spring 2014 for $8.8 million. What happens next is anyone’s guess.

Lyft’s scooter safety pop-up event

Thursday September 19, 2019 04:00 pm EDT
To help Atlantans “scoot smart,” Lyft is hosting a free pop-up event on Thursday, September 19 from 4-8 p.m. at Underground Atlanta (50 Upper Alabama St.) across from the Five Points MARTA Station. Admission is FREE and attendees will be able to score free helmets, take part in riding demonstratio...
Cost: Free

Soul Tribe Network's 420/Earth Day Synchronicity Walk!

Saturday April 20, 2019 11:11 am EDT
Categories: Walks, Nature, Spirituality, Volunteer

Soul Tribe Network (STN) is hosting our 1st annual Synchronicity Walk and Earth Day Cleanup on 4/20 in 7 Major Cities, including Atlanta, GA!

Join STN from 11:11 AM to 1:11 PM (local timezone) for an early Earth Day celebration and clean up of Mot...
Cost: Free, Donations accepted.

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