Rain didn’t damper the anything-goes spirit of the 14th Annual BaconFest at its new location at The Masquerade Music Park on March 29. The location may have changed, but BaconFest had its expected tongue-in-cheek sense of humor and mischievous fun
BaconFest was held at The Masquerade Music Park on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The event is filled with entertainment including a great band lineup, an adult bonce house, a video game truck and carnival games manned by improve comics. Guests
It was a beautiful day for a parade as District 2’s Midtown neighborhood hosted Atlanta’s 132nd St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Peachtree Street was lined with spectators applauding Irish dance troupes, Celtic marching bands, and the world’s largest Irish walking flag.
Nice call out from Jon Waterhouse in last weekend’s paper. Especially his comment “The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable are celebrates its 40th anniversary, so expect something extra wacky in this years parade”. Courtesy of the AJC and Jon Waterhouse
The Abominable joined our dear friends of the Atlanta Juggler’s Association again this year to open the Groundhog Day Juggler’s Festival. We have opened this three day juggling festival featuring performers from all over the country every year since 1979!
Chantelle Rytter is shaping the culture of Atlanta, one joyful parade at a time. Sporting an illuminated top hat and a paper parasol, Chantelle Rytter walks along the eastside trail of the Atlanta Beltline past Ponce City Market. It’s nighttime,
“A man in a pink tutu hurries through the crown with his streamer-festooned trombone, just in time to join this similarly bedazzled cohorts in a community band called Seed & Feed Marching Abominable that is performing in the Inman Park
“Kandice Favorite, cheers while playing the piccolo with The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable street band outside the Seattle Art Museum during the last day of HONK! Fest West Sunday, June 23, 2013. The free, three-day festival was held in
A wonderful feature of our friends, John and Martha, at Tiger Mountain Vineyards. With a little bit of Abominable throw in too. Episode from Small Town Big Deal – June 2013
The Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Canopy Walk opens to the public on May 1, 2010, with a parade led by the Seed and Feed Marching Abominables, shown winding their way through Storza Woods. See the article at the AJC here.