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Lemonade Days 2020

UPDATE: In response to the recent Center for Disease Control (CDC) Guidelines for COVID-19 as it relates to the gathering of crowds, the Lemonade Days festival is being postponed. We are working with the City Of Dunwoody Parks Department to secure a new date for the festival and will announce that shortly. 

When a new date is set, please come join us and help 



Welcome to the 21st annual Lemonade Days Festival – a premier Dunwoody signature event. As our largest annual fundraiser, it makes all of our other activities possible, with all proceeds used within our community for historic preservation, community celebrations and education.

Lemonade Days 2020 will run from Wednesday, April 22, through Sunday, April 26

Featuring more than 30 full-scale carnival rides (daily wristbands for unlimited rides are available ($20/day Wednesday; $25/day Thursday-Sunday), more than 20 fabulous food and beverage vendors, a 5K race, three days of center stage performances and the popular Dunwoody Idol contest, Lemonade Days has become a highlight of the city’s calendar and its most popular family event of the year.

Lemonade Days is held at Brook Run Park, 4770 North Peachtree Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338.

  • Admission to Lemonade Days is FREE!
  • Individual ride tickets are $1 each
  • Buy UNLIMITED daily ride passes (wristbands) for just:
    • $20 on Wednesday
    • $25 per day on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • Wristbands valid for day of purchase only

For weather updates, volunteer opportunities and insights into this year’s festival, please follow us on Twitter @Lemonadedays or on Facebook.


Download your Lemonade Days Ride Coupon here.


Lemonade Days is held at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody (4770 North Peachtree Road).

Parking for Lemonade Days is available at:

  • Kingswood United Methodist Church
  • Peachtree Middle School
  • St. Patrick’s Episcopal
  • St. Barnabas
  • Crossroads Church of Dunwoody

Some Parking Areas Are Paid Parking

Please be conscious of NO Parking signs during Sunday Church schedules.

ADA Parking is available in the park in the parking lot behind the skate park.

Brook Run Dog Park:

If you’re planning on using the Dog Park at Brook Run, we won’t get in your way at all. Just please use the Peeler Road entrance to the Park, and a friendly volunteer will point you in the right direction from there.

Join us as a sponsor of one of our events.

Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) is a 501(c)(3) organization, EIN # 58-2201646.