Stonecrest Fest returns Saturday October 8 with live entertainment, car + bike show and drone football exhibition – Reuters


STONECREST, GA—Stonecrest Fest, in its 4e Yeahr, will return on Saturday, October 8, from noon to 8 p.m., after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 health pandemic.

The outdoor festival will take place in the parking lot of the Privi complex (former Sears building) at the Mall at Stonecrest, 8020 Mall Parkway.

The festival was postponed last weekend due to poor weather forecasts following Hurricane Ian, which forced many evacuees from Florida to Georgia.

Charlotte Cain, CEO and Founder of Stonecrest Fest, said she was delighted with the return of the festival, which promises to be a fun event for the community and visitors.

The festival offers a day of music, arts, crafts, entertainment, live performances, a talent showcar and bike To display and an interactive Exhibition of football drones. STREETZ 94.5FM will be at Stonecrest Fest with a live remote.

The First Georgia Drone Soccer League is a partner of US Drone Soccer, and together they are kicking off the first drone soccer tournament exhibit at Stonecrest Fest on Saturday, starting at 12:30 p.m. Participants are asked to bring their lawn chairs and attend the competition, as an encouragement for middle and high school students with Aviation Dreams.

Competing drone soccer teams that will be featured:
Forsyth Flyers – from Forsyth County Georgia
Georgia Eros – from Conyers and Atlanta, GA
Birmingham, Alabama Excellence Leaders
Sky Rams – from (Arabia Mountain High School), Stonecrest, GA

Drone Soccer is a STEM program that touches on various aspects of aviation, engineering, science and more.

Several pre-events are scheduled for Friday, October 7, including a chalk art walk, Walk at sunset and Nature and Music Tour at Davidson-Arabia Mountain.

Sponsor of the car and bike show, ROCK CITY CYCLESwill offer a festival-goer a chance to win a 125cc Go Cart.

For more information about the festival, visit the website at

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