“Miracle on Peachtree” Brings Holiday Events to Buckhead

With temperatures dropping and Thanksgiving right around the corner, Buckhead is gearing up for the holidays. Our friends at Livable Buckhead have events planned for the whole family.

There’s a Holiday 5K on December 4 for the runner in the family. For something completely different, you can join the Hot Chocolate Crawl on December 11. Stroll along Peachtree Road enjoying holiday decorations, hot chocolate, and even specialty cocktails.

Starting November 28, you will find over 40 decorated Christmas trees in Loudermilk Park. Be sure to stop by when you’re in the neighborhood.

You can read the full press release below, and stay tuned for more Buckhead holiday news!

Hot Chocolate Crawl Headlines “Miracle on Peachtree” Festivities

Buckhead gets into the holiday spirit with 5K run and super-sized tree display in Charlie Loudermilk Park

ATLANTA – November 18, 2021 – If festive fun is on your holiday “to do” list, Buckhead is the place to be this December. Livable Buckhead and its partners have created a month-long slate of happenings themed “Miracle on Peachtree,” giving shoppers a reason to make Buckhead a holiday staycation destination and offering residents an extra measure of good cheer.

“There’s something for everyone,” said Denise Starling, executive director of Livable Buckhead. “Stroll through the park to view more than 40 Christmas trees, run a 5K to burn a few extra calories, or join the hot chocolate crawl to take in the holiday lights and enjoy live music. There’s so much to do you’ll probably want to make a weekend of it!”

Livable Buckhead’s “Miracle on Peachtree” events include:

buckheadRUN! Holiday 5K, Dec. 4

buckheadRUN!, Livable Buckhead’s 3rd annual 5K race, will take place on December 4th at 7:45 a.m. Awards will be given for the fastest runners and for runners who show the most holiday cheer via holiday costumes! To sign up, visit livablebuckhead.org/run. Registration is $30 and includes a race t-shirt.

Hot Chocolate Crawl, Dec. 11, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

On Saturday, December 11th Livable Buckhead invites visitors to stroll along Peachtree Road between Lenox Square and the Buckhead Village District to view beautiful light displays, stopping at designated locations to enjoy hot chocolate and specialty cocktails along the way. Local musicians and holiday carolers will add to the festive atmosphere with performances at various points along the walking route. Free holiday holographic glasses will be provided to add even more sparkle to the viewing experience, and the first 100 people will receive a commemorative ceramic campfire mug. For more information visit livablebuckhead.org/holiday.

Christmas Trees in Loudermilk Park, Nov. 28 – Dec. 12

More than 40 Christmas trees will add a festive spirit to Charlie Loudermilk Park from Sunday, Nov. 28 through Sunday, Dec. 12. Walk through the park to see each of the uniquely decorated trees. After their time on display in Buckhead the trees will be donated to Atlanta Fire Department stations throughout the city.  

“Miracle on Peachtree” is sponsored by Audi Atlanta; Lenox Square; QGenda; Tower Beer, Wine & Spirits; Beck; Owen & Associates; and Coastal States Bank. For more information on the events, visit https://livablebuckhead.com/holiday/.

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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 Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau  

Established in 1913, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) is the official destination marketing organization for the city and serves to favorably impact Atlanta’s economy through conventions and tourism. A private, not-for-profit organization, ACVB bolsters Atlanta’s $16 billion hospitality industry which generated an estimated 57 million visitors in 2019. Visit discoveratlanta.com and @discoveratlanta on social media for more information.  

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