The Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade is a time honored tradition. In fact it is one of the oldest running parades in the U.S. It started in 1858 with a handful of people participating and hasn’t looked back since. This year,
This is aerial footage of the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade and the Abominables have been proud to participate since the beginning in 2010. The Lantern Parade officially opens the temporary art exhibition each year on the first
Check out the Abominable around 4:00 and 19:30.
“Parades are eclectic in general, but Avondale Estates’ Independence Day parade was unusually unique. The Seed and Feed Marching Abominable looked like the type of folks who’d march down the street on any given day whether people were watching them or
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,
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.