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6 Tickets to Get This Month

Ashton Pike | October 1, 2018 | Lifestyle

Here’s October’s most can’t-miss events.


Through 11/4
The Sleepy Hollow Experience
Serenbe Playhouse is bringing it back: the always-sold-out showing of the infamous story by Washington Irving. This adaptation by Brian Clowdus, with dialogue assistance from Rachel Teagle, is sure to be even better than year’s past. Looking to amp up the spook factor? Snag a ticket to one of the late-night shows. Times vary, late-night shows Fri. and Sat. 10:30pm, Serenbe Playhouse, Palmetto

EmPower Party
Chaired this year by Brittany Padgett and Kellie Hannon, GCAPP’s EmPower Party promises a spirited cocktail hour prior to a seated dinner to be paired with the acoustic melodies of Lilac Wine. Honoring Edwina and Tom Johnson, the evening is sure to be one to remember—especially since Jane Fonda is part of the crowd. 6pm, sponsorships from $1,500, The Fairmont, Midtown

High Museum of Art Gala
Toasting the unveiling of the High’s newly redesigned permanent collection galleries (the first major renovation since the museum’s opening in 2005), this year’s gala is a true can’t-miss event. From gallery tours and dancing to dinner and wine, the artful evening is sure to be a memorable one. 6:30pm, tickets from $1,000, High Museum of Art, Midtown

Art Over Dinner
Before you indulge in a flavorful farm-to-table dinner thanks to Serenbe’s local farmers and a collaboration with Homespun ATL, dive into a discussion over cocktails on NPR’s music-focused City Lights with Lois Reitzes. 6pm, tickets $85, Art Farm at Serenbe, Palmetto

Crystal Ball
Themed this year as The Enchanted Empire (expect shades of gold to paint the ballroom!), the Arthritis Foundation’s Crystal Ball returns, benefiting the nonprofit’s empowering programs, like Camp AcheAway, created to help children suffering from juvenile arthritis. Take it from us: You’ll want to pull out your best black-tie threads for this one. 6:30pm, tickets $600, The Whitley, Buckhead

Murder Mystery Dinner
Atlas’ Summer Winemaker Dinner Series continues into the fall with this murder mystery dinner themed around the history of Krug Champagne. 6:30pm, tickets $595, Atlas, Buckhead


Photography by: J. Ashley Photography