Miami Circle Art Stroll Series Kicks off with Party on the PATH

Livable Buckhead will host Party on the PATH at Eclipse di Luna on March 27th to showcase art, food, and PATH400. The event will start with a gallery stroll and a walking tour of the latest art installations along PATH400. After the tour, guests will enjoy food, drinks, and live salsa music. Tickets are $45 with 2 drink tickets, or you can enjoy an open bar and a commemorative glass for just $20 more. Buy your tickets online at http://livablebuckhead.org/pop/. Check out the full press release from Livable Buckhead below.

Livable Buckhead Celebrates Art and Greenspace with Party on the PATH

March 27 event kicks off bi-monthly Miami Circle Gallery Stroll series

ATLANTA – March 11, 2022 – On March 27th Livable Buckhead’s Party on the PATH will celebrate art in Buckhead with live music and dancing under the stars. The event takes place outside Eclipse di Luna where PATH400 enters Miami Circle and starts with a Gallery Stroll followed by a walking tour of PATH400’s newest art installations. The evening will finish with dinner and dancing to live salsa music.

“Miami Circle offers some of the best of everything in Buckhead, and that’s what this event celebrates,” said Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead. “Beautiful art, amazing food and a vibrant outdoor experience are all part of Party on the PATH and I hope people will join us for a fun-filled night.”

Party on the PATH kicks off a bi-monthly Miami Circle Gallery Stroll series that welcomes the public to experience Atlanta’s largest concentration of fine art galleries. Nearly a dozen galleries will showcase works from local, regional and international artists. The March 27th edition of Miami Circle Gallery Stroll features exhibitions at Bill Lowe Gallery, September Gray Fine Art Gallery, Marcia Wood Gallery and Signature Contemporary Craft Gallery, among others. The Hambidge Center’s Cross-Pollination Lab at nearby Uptown Atlanta is also participating in the Gallery Stroll.

PATH400 is transforming Buckhead by creating pedestrian connections between many of the area’s most popular shopping and dining destinations. The 5.2-mile trail is approximately 80 percent complete, and its final major segment between Wieuca Rd. and Loridans Dr. is set to begin construction later this year. Several other trails will connect to PATH400 in Buckhead, including extensions of PATH400 through Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Roswell. Atlanta BeltLine Inc. is working to determine where it will connect to PATH400 as well.

General admission tickets for Party on the PATH are $45 each and include tapas and two drink tickets. VIP tickets are $65 each and include tapas, open bar and a commemorative glass. Tickets can be purchased at http://livablebuckhead.org/pop/ and proceeds from the event support Livable Buckhead, a nonprofit organization working to ensure the long-term viability and prosperity of the Buckhead community. Party on the PATH is presented by Audi Atlanta.

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About Livable Buckhead

Livable Buckhead is a nonprofit organization that strives to ensure the long-term viability and prosperity of the Buckhead community. The organization achieves its mission by working cooperatively with individuals, public entities and private businesses to integrate sustainable strategies. Livable Buckhead implements programs related to greenspace, recycling, energy efficiency, commute alternatives, arts and culture, real estate development and land use. For more information about Livable Buckhead and its programs, visit livablebuckhead.org.

About PATH400

PATH400 is a 5.2-mile walkable, bikeable greenway being constructed on public land adjacent to GA400 extending from the bank of Peachtree Creek northward toward the northern edge of Atlanta. It is the centerpiece of a broader greenspace plan, the Buckhead Collection, initiated by Atlanta Councilman Howard Shook. Livable Buckhead is spearheading the PATH400 project in partnership with the Buckhead Community Improvement District (Buckhead CID) and the PATH Foundation. Several other agencies and organizations are involved in the development of PATH400, including Georgia Department of Transportation, the City of Atlanta, MARTA, Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit B, and Atlanta Public Schools. PATH400 will increase access to community amenities such as arts, historic, and cultural exhibits; neighborhood pocket parks and greenspaces; retail centers; and learning centers. For more information about PATH400 or to donate to the capital campaign, visit livablebuckhead.com.