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If you’re looking for discounts for Taste of Atlanta, you’re in luck: While they last, you can snag discount tickets to the event, no coupon code required.

The Taste of Atlanta will take place at Atlanta’s Historic Fourth Ward Park on October 21 & 22, 2017. At Taste of Atlanta, you can sample the specialties of 90+ Atlanta restaurants, get cooking tips & inspiration at one of the four live demo stages, & more.

One-day general admission tickets are $25 in advance, and each admits one & includes 10 Taste Points. Kids age 13 & under get in free when accompanied by a paid adult, but they’ll need their own Taste Points to sample the fare. Extra Taste Points can be purchased at Taste of Atlanta, and most menu items cost between 1-3 Taste Points each.

One-day Grand Tasting Experience tickets are $75 in advance, and each comes with 20 Taste Points + admission into exclusive Grand Tasting tents, featuring tastes of more than 100 craft beers, wine, cocktails and bites from restaurants not found in the main festival; bites cost 1-3 Taste Points each. You must be age 21+ to purchase Grand Tasting Experience tickets.

FYI: Taste of Atlanta will host a Friday Night Kick-Off Party on October 20, 2017. General admission tickets are $75 in advance, and you must be 21+ to attend. The evening features live music plus tastes of the specialities of 20+ of Atlanta’s favorite chefs.

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New for 2017: Taste of Atlanta is moving from Tech Square to Atlanta’s Historic Fourth Ward Park, located at 680 Dallas Street, Atlanta. But if you drive, keep this in mind: Historic Fourth Ward Park has no lot of its own. On-street parking is typically available along On-street parking is available along North Angier Avenue, Morgan Street, Garden Park Drive, Dallas Street and Rankin Street, and the park is located near Ponce City Market, so paid parking may be available to you–more details should be posted on Taste of Atlanta’s website closer to the date. If you go via MARTA, you’ll need to take the bus to the park. From the North Ave., Edgewood/Candler Park, or Decatur train stations, take bus #2 to the corner of Ponce de Leon and Glen Iris. From Five Points, take bus #16 to the corner of Ralph McGill and Glen Iris.

–Jennifer Maciejewski