The holiday buzz is rapidly spreading from neighborhood to neighborhood. Winter festivals and New Year's Eve celebrations are planned and ready for the masses. Now, all we need is you to get this party started!
The Atlanta Gladiators have their season underway and Gwinnett's newest team, the Georgia Swarm, debuts in January. Between hockey and lacrosse, fans will have their share of fights and cheers!
The upcoming event line-up at the Infinite Energy Arena is chock-full of big name concerts, think Tool, Carrie Underwood, and Mumford & Sons!
From the nationally recognized County Parks to the local city parks, you will find an event (or many) each weekend! Visit the iTunes or Google Play store to download our free "Gwinnett Events" app, so you'll always know what is going on.
Gwinnett has an abundance of great shopping, arts and live music. Head over to the award-winning Aurora Theatre or to Eddie Owen Presents, where legendary promoter Eddie Owen hosts the best singer/songwriters every week. Shoppers will love Georgia's largest mall, Mall of Georgia, the outlets of Sugarloaf Mills or the open-air boutique shopping at The Shoppes at Webb Gin and The Forum on Peachtree Parkway.
Korean food has made a name for itself as Seoul of the South in Duluth, where it is known for its multitude of highly rated Korean restaurants, such as Breakers, Honey Pig, 678 Korean BBQ and Jang Su Jang. Don't miss our Korean dining guide.
Reserve your hotel room online. You'll find great rates, with a range of hotels. Gwinnett County is an easy drive into downtown Atlanta, where visitors will enjoy the new College Football Hall of Fame and Center for Civil and Human Rights. Then check out the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park, and Piedmont Park.