Marietta Streetfest


Classics, collectibles, and treasures await at the Annual Marietta Streetfest that takes place on September 20, 2014 from 9am to 9pm. Formerly known as the Marietta Antique Street Festival, the Marietta Streetfest is held on the historic Marietta Square and features antiques, autos and more. The event also includes the Marietta Grassroots Festival.

The event is a fundraiser for the Marietta Museum of History and puts Georgia pride on display by featuring Georgia antique dealers, Georgia artisans, Georgia attractions, the Marietta Square Farmers Market (9am to noon), the Hubcaps and History Marietta Classic Car Show, and the Marietta Grassroots Music Festival.

For the first time, Marietta StreetFest includes the expanded Kid’s Zone complete with old time children’s games and activities like hopscotch, bubbles, a scavenger hunt and even modern day bounce houses. This new children’s area includes interactive projects and crafts too. Most activities like bounce house, giant slide, obstacle course, bubbles, cardboard mini city and Cobb County Library booth are FREE, but some may require a fee. It’s all the parent-approved fun a kid could ask for! For adults looking for their next favorite piece of jewelry, a visit to Jewelry Row will offer a wide variety of booths filled with various styles and price ranges.

During StreetFest, the City of Marietta and WellStarKennestone Regional Medical Center will present the second annual Live Well Marietta event, providing a variety of health programs and services like free biometric screenings, “Ask the Expert” booths and healthy cooking demonstrations.

Antiques – 9am to 5pm
More than fifty dealers from around the state of Georgia will showcase their unique collections. Choose from a selection of unique collectors’ items, fine furniture, home decorations, glass, porcelains, bottles, linens, and collectibles.

Artisans – 9am to 5pm
Georgia artisans will be displaying their diverse selection of arts and crafts products ranging from folk art to shabby chic and traditional home furnishings.

Cruise In – 10am to 3pm
The popular hubcaps and history car show is back. Participants and browsers alike enjoy this show featuring hot rods, classic cars, vintage vehicles and cool motorbikes.

Marietta Grassroots Festival – 3pm to 9pm
Spend the evening listening to local entertainment produced by the Marietta Grassroots Festival. From 3pm to 9pm, a variety of local entertainers will perform in the square.

Glover Park on the Marietta Square
50 N. Park Square
Marietta GA 30060

Marietta Street Fest takes place on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 9am-9pm (rain or shine)

Free.  Visitors the day of StreetFest will also receive free admission to the Marietta Museum of History.

Free Parking on the street and in the Cobb County Park Decks off Waddell Street

For more information, please call (770) 794-5710.

About the Marietta Streetfest:
Formerly known as the Marietta Antique Street Festival, this show is the only antique festival in Cobb County and was recently selected by the Southeastern Tourism Society as a Top 20 Event. The event is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Marietta Museum of History.

For more information, please call (770) 794-5710.


  1. Jessica Parks says

    The Marietta Street Fest sounds like a wonderful and fun event for everyone! Will restaurants in Marietta be able to participate? I’m the Marketing Coordinator for Philly Connection off of Cobb Pkwy and would be interested to know. Thank you in advance for your response.

  2. Karen Fox says

    Will the Marietta Street Fest allow food vendors? We operate a NY style hot dog cart. We would love to be able to be a part of this fun event.

  3. Donald King says

    Trying to find out name of one of the bands that played Sunday around 5pm. I think it was the Melinda Bramle band, but not sure.

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