4th Annual Tiny House Event Announced with New Location
May 11 & 12 at Atlantic Station
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ATLANTA (Feb. 11, 2019) – For its fourth-annual tiny house festival, Tiny House Atlanta has big news – a new location! Taking place this year at Atlantic Station, the aptly named Atlantic Station Tiny House Festival includes more than 20 real tiny houses, as well as cool structures like container homes and school bus homes (skoolies).
The 2019 festival steps it up by designing a true-to-life tiny house neighborhood. Attendees will be able to tour this movable Tiny Village, as well as enjoy speakers who are experts in micro-living and design, food trucks, beverage carts, local and national vendors, the Tiny Travel area, the newly expanded Skoolie Spot and an interactive Kid’s Corner with fun activities and games for tiny attendees.
“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, one of 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.”
The Atlantic Station Tiny House Festival is produced by Tiny House Atlanta and the MicroLife Institute.
Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days
241 20th Street NW, Atlanta 30363
Saturday or Sunday festival pass – $20 in advance
Weekend festival pass – $35 in advance
Fast Access VIP Pass (one day) – $45 includes shorter VIP lines to tour homes, Tiny House Festival T-shirt, six-month membership to MicroLife Institute and other perks
Children 12 and younger – FREE
Tickets are available at: http://tinyhousefestival.com
About Atlantic Station
A national example for sustainable mixed-use communities, Atlantic Station transformed an abandoned industrial site into a thriving retail and entertainment district at the heart of Atlanta’s vibrant Midtown neighborhood. Opened in 2005, Atlantic Station is home to some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants, retailers such as H&M and Dillard’s, and leading employers, such as Wells Fargo and BB&T. Atlantic Station is in the midst of a major repositioning including a revamped tenant mix with new retail and restaurant offerings and a complete overhaul of its Central Park, as well as the inclusion of new multifamily residential units and over 700,000 square feet of Class A office space.
About Tiny House Atlanta
Tiny House Atlanta is a program of the MicroLife Institute dedicated to educating and helping individuals, groups and cities embrace the tiny house movement and its positive effects on strengthening communities and aiding to create walkable and sustainable neighborhoods. Tiny House Atlanta holds regular meetings and is the largest tiny house Meetup Group in the nation.
About MicroLife Institute
MicroLife Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that represents the lifestyle of minimalism in respect to environment and ease. It is a hub that connects individuals, policy makers and professionals to rethink how people utilize space in