Lemonade Days Festival
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Lemonade Days 2021
NEW DATE THIS YEAR ONLY…. August 18-22
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.
Featuring more than 30 full-scale carnival rides (daily wristbands for unlimited rides are available – $20/day Wednesday & Thursday Family Nights; $25/day Friday-Sunday), more than 20 fabulous food and beverage vendors, two 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.
New this year, we will be hosting Life South’s Blood Mobile on Sunday, August 22nd. They will be taking blood donations between 12noon-6pm.
|Wednesday||4pm – 10pm|
|Thursday||4pm – 10pm|
|Friday||4pm – 10pm|
|Sunday||12pm – 6pm|
For daily specifics and map, click here.
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 $1.25 each
Buy UNLIMITED daily ride passes (wristbands) for just:
$20 on Wednesday & Thursday – FAMILY NIGHTS
$25 per day on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Wristbands valid for day of purchase only
SORRY, NO PETS ALLOWED
Festival T-Shirts Sold Onsite – Youth Sizes $10 / Adult Sizes $20
DIRECTIONS & PARKING:
Lemonade Days is held at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody (4770 North Peachtree Road).
Parking for Lemonade Days is available at:
- St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
- Kingswood United Methodist Church
- Peachtree Middle School
- Back of Brook Run Park
Some Parking Areas Are Paid Parking
Please be conscious of NO Parking signs during Sunday Church schedules.
Uber/Lyft/Parent Drop-off & Pick-up is available at the Baseball Field Parking. For safety reasons, please enter Barclay Road via North Peachtree Road and exit west/south onto Peachford Road (making it 1-way). Look for the signs.
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.