As with every year, I attended Atlanta’s Flux Night 2013 held annually in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill art district. This year marks the fourth year and I would say one of the better ones, especially compared to last year’s. Sadly Jessica was unable to attend, but I met up with our friend Holly to accompany me.
If you’ve never been to Flux Night it’s a pretty awesome experience. It features a night of parades, projections, dancing, performances, multimedia, music, etc from a variety of artists. You name it, it’s probably got it. It’s almost like a bizarre street fair of sorts. And….it’s totally FREE. Well except the $5-10 parking, but you could probably park free somewhere if you don’t mind walking a ways.
We showed up a little late to the party, so we missed a lot that happened earlier in the evening. There were some pretty cool things like a vanilla milkshake fountain, a horse-drawn piano, a number of performance artists, and one of my favorites, Micah and Whitney Stansell’s “An inversion (with sky and land). We spent a lot of time just walking around and pushing our way through crowds of people. There was also some good people watching. I got so caught up in different things that I forgot to take photos. Lol. Here are a few of my favorites.