This year’s event will include more than 20 tiny houses, as well as cool structures like container homes and school bus homes – or “skoolies.”
Attendees will be able to tour the tiny village of homes, as well as enjoy speakers who are experts in micro-living and design, food trucks, beverage carts, local and national vendors. There will also be a Tiny Travel area and interactive Kid’s Corner with activities, games and more.
“We have made so much progress in the micro-built environment in Atlanta in the last four years,” says Will Johnston, executive director of MicroLife Institute, which along with Tiny House Atlanta are the presenting organizations. “Zoning and building codes are changing, and now we are able to bring our event to the doorstep of Atlanta to keep the momentum going. Hosting the event at Atlantic Station is an ideal move for our fourth year.”
Hours for the festival are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. The festival will take place at Atlantic Station’s Pinnacle Lot, 241 20th St.
Tickets are $20 in advance for admission on Saturday or Sunday, or there is a weekend pass for $35. A one-day VIP pass, which includes shorter lines to tour the tiny homes, a festival t-shirt and six-month membership to MicroLife Institute, is $45. Children 12 and younger get in free.
Tickets are available at tinyhousefestival.com.