Fall Festivals & Events 

August through October  

While we continue to socially distance and slowly begin to reopen, we need to remind ourselves that we will stay strong as a community and see our visitors again soon. As the State of Georgia begins to slowly reopenwe wanted to showcase the spirit of future travel and encourage our returning and new visitors to plan to see us again soon. Start planning for regularly scheduled events in the fall and be sure to mark your calendars for our spring & summer festivals that have been postponed

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Time to Start Planning 

Start planning your fall trip to our beautiful city by downloading Augusta's Experience Guide or requesting a FREE printed version to be mailed directly to your doorstep.

This guide showcases Augusta’s multifaceted community and focuses on the city's vibrant arts & music scene, the abundance of outdoor adventures, signature events throughout the city, golf culture on and off the course, and much more. Home to soulful music legends James Brown and Jessye Norman, our city mixes soul in our art, entertainment, and delicious cuisine. 

Arts in the Heart

Arts in the Heart

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Westobou Festival

Westobou Festival

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Southern Suds

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Toy & Comic Show

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Need help planning your trip? Not a problem - request our FREE Experience Guide today! 

Outdoor Events

The weather is beautiful this time of year in Augusta, and that always means more outdoor activities. Whether you're attending a spooky Walk with the Spirits or you're visiting the for IRONMAN 70.3, we have you covered for outdoor fun. 

Girls Paddling

Paddlefest

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Ironman swim

Welcome IRONMAN 70.3

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Walk with the Spirits

Walk with the Spirits

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Questions about these events? Email us today - we're here to chat. 

Postponed Events 

While we continue to socially distance and slowly begin to reopen, we need to remind ourselves that we will stay strong as a community and see our visitors again soon. As the State of Georgia begins to slowly reopenwe wanted to showcase the spirit of future travel and encourage our returning and new visitors to plan to see us again soon. Start planning for regularly scheduled events in the fall and be sure to mark your calendars for our spring & summer festivals that have been postponed. 

Banjo-B-Que

Postponed Events

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