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Food That Rocks, Sandy Springs Festival

Music, Mixology and Magnificent Food at Food That Rocks Festival on May 6th benefiting several Atlanta Charities

New York Times Bestselling author Mary Kay Andrews will be in attendance, signing copies of her new cookbook,The Beach House Cookbook,  and offering tastings of some of her favorite recipes. Andrews will be selling and signing books, with a percentage of proceeds benefitting the three Food That Rocks designated charities, Second Helpings, Ian’s Friends Foundation and the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance.

Food That Rocks 2017 will showcase more than 20 Sandy Springs chefs and restaurants, three fun bands under two large tents, benefiting three local charities on one big night.

Food That Rocks in Sandy Springs

Food, cocktails and live music under the stars in Sandy Springs.

Make a night of it:

The event is held at Hammond Park, right across the street from the hotel. Take the Cross Walk home and enjoy beautiful accommodations. On-site parking, breakfast for two and 1pm check-out. For more information or to make reservations please call the hotel at 404-564-3000 or booking online at www.AtlantaPerimeterHotel.com.

Food That Rocks, set for 6:30 to 11:00pm at Hammond Park, is for 21-year and older. General admission tickets are $50 per person in advance, $55 after April 24 and $60 at the door. First-taster VIP tickets are $65 per person in advance, $70 after April 24 and $75 at the door if available. www.FoodThatRocks.org



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