Don’t miss out on one of Atlanta’s most fabulous fundraisers: Eats & Beats on Wednesday, October 3rd at Novare Events’ venue, The Fairmont. Join fellow Atlantans for a delicious food, incredible drinks, and fantastic music, all for two good causes (The Giving Kitchen and Children of Conservation). The Fairmont is Novare Events’ largest venue, featuring 19,000 square feet of event space and dramatic 21-foot ceilings. Formerly a warehouse space, The Fairmont’s modern, urban vibe is sure to provide a stunning setting for this incredible night.
Eats, Beats, (& Drinks)
The event features three different open bars and food by 20 of Atlanta’s best restaurants, including Barcelona, Farm Burger, and Leon’s Full Service. General admission includes unlimited tastings, and VIP admission gains you access to even more delicious food choices. Participate in the silent auction to support a great cause, and check out the impressive wine wall.
Atlanta-based The Whiskey Gentry headlines this one-of-a-kind event and will entertain attendees with their unique mix of Americana, bluegrass, country, and rock & roll. The Whiskey Gentry have been making music for almost a decade, and their energetic and twangy sound will make for a fun and unforgettable night.
General admission – $75. Includes unlimited food, open bars, the silent auction, wine wall, and concert access.
VIP admission – $150. Includes early entry, additional restaurants, premium alcohol, VIP tables and special seating for the concert.
About Children of Conservation
Eats & Beats benefits The Giving Kitchen, an organization that provides a safety net for restaurant workers in Georgia, and Children of Conservation. Children of Conservation exists to support local conservation efforts in Uganda, Kenya, Zambia, South Africa and Cameroon. The organization helps animals in Africa and the local people by providing scholarships to children of sanctuary workers. Children of Conservation built a middle school in Zambia and is planning to build additional centers in Uganda, helping to provide education and health services to hundreds of children. Visit them online to learn more and donate: https://childrenofconservation.org.