Alive After Five July 18th

Alive After Five Roswell

Alive After 5 for July will be held on Thursday, July 18th from 5-9pm. Enjoy live music, outside vendors, late hours by retailers, face painting, free trolley, balloons, and more. Enjoy with family, a date, your dog or your friends.

April and May had 3000+ people throughout the Historic District enjoying shops, galleries, music, restaurants and vendors.

Community Corner at Woodstock Road and Canton Street is another great addition where your kids can use up a little energy while you try to wind down. At Community Corner, enjoy the complimentary human hamster ball, the Video Recreational Vehicle and Jumpy House.

What a great night in and around Canton Street! The Roswell Tap sponsors the singer/songwriter series at the Heart of Roswell Park (across from Pastis) every Alive After 5 evening. At Community Corner, kids can dance the night away to the Wii games and music in and outside of the video RV. Music venues throughout the street generally include Sweet! (1144 Canton Street), Slate (1132 Canton Street), Founder’s Hall (1176 Canton Street), Vin25 (25 Plum Street), NINE Street Kitchen (982 Canton Street), Roux on Canton (946 Canton Street), Pastis (928 Canton Street).

Enjoy the free trolleys from City Hall so that you can park more easily. 1 Trolley starts at 5pm and ends at 9pm. 2 Trolley’s start at 6pm and run until 10pm. The last trolley FINISHES its route at 10pm so please plan accordingly.

Porta Potties are available on Canton Street at Elegant Attic (1105 Canton) and at Community Corner (Woodstock Rd./Canton St).

Have a great evening in Historic Roswell!

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