The occasional (some might say too occasional) street party known as Atlanta Streets Alive, which drew a combined 179,000 Atlantans last year, brings locals the opportunity to flood the roads from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday on a nearly three mile stretch of Peachtree — from Edgewood to 17th Street.
It'll cap the biggest year yet for what's become a signature Atlanta event. Streets Alive will host four different gatherings in 2016 — the most ever — beginning with that expansive southside route this spring, which by all accounts was a resounding success.
As always, the Sunday event is open to folks on foot, bike, and pretty much anything without a motor, in an effort to bring together residents, community groups, and businesses and "create a whole new healthy, sustainable, and vibrant city street experience."
The streets will temporarily close to cars during the four-hour period.
The gathering also includes a bicycle parade lineup at 1:30 p.m at the intersection of 16th and Peachtree streets. The parade, like the whole event itself, is free and open to everyone.
For more detailed information on Atlanta Streets Alive as well as safety tips and information on how to get there Sunday afternoon by MARTA, bike, etc., visit the event page.