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Thursday, October 15 marked C4 Atlanta’s ArtoberFest event. With over 100 people in attendance, including artists, administrators, and advocates from all corners of Atlanta the evening was easily deemed a success.
Special thanks goes out to our Host Committee Members, Sponsors, Wild Heaven Craft Beers Staff, and the evening’s entertainment who made this night possible. Your support and dedication made this a truly one of a kind event.
Below are a series of images recapping the evenings festivities:
Thanks Wild Heaven Staff for all your help. Those smiles sure did keep us going!
The ArtoberFest drink menu in all it’s glory. Which one would you choose? www.wildheavencraftbeers.com
Special thanks to our host committee and sponsors for making ArtoberFest possible!
The VIP reception kicked off with a private Brewery tour of Wild Heaven. We learned all about how Wild Heaven’s amazing craft beer is made. #serveyourneighbor
Crepe Suzette’s food truck provided AMAZING crepes to all of our hungry guest. Check out their website here: www.crepesuzete.net
Of course, no event is complete without the perfect decorations.
Audrey Gamez’s smile says it all. And who said staff can’t enjoy themselves?
There’s nothing C4 Atlanta loves more than our Board of Directors, and Shelli Siebert & Laura Farber represent us well.
Even the most perfect event needs a schedule to stay on track, and we didn’t want anyone to miss a single minute of the evenings entertainment.
The talented musicians of The Marvels of Justice, Mike Schatz and Ben Holst, found their happy place. Cheers to you guys!
C4 Atlanta’s Executive Director, Jessyca Holland, takes a moment to publicly thank our sponsors. She can’t help but smile as she tells our guests all about C4 Atlanta’s achievements over the last year.
The first band of the night, Bad Sausage, put the jam back in jam-band!
Some of the many happy faces enjoying good music, great beer, and even better company.
The Marvels of Justice took the stage and showed us what it’s all about.
Mike Schatz can’t help but smile as he begins The Marvel’s of Justice’s infamous song “Rusty Trombone”.
With all of those choices, making a selection can be hard. Good thing Cullen from Wild Heaven was there to help!
The final performance of the evening was Gold Griffith who brought the house down and left the audience begging for more. Check him out at @goldgriffith
Together, Gold Griffith and Darling Nikki, close out the night with an incredible performance. If you missed it you can check out Gold Griffith’s newest EP here: www.goldgriffith.com