Featuring more than 350 artists from across the United States, Stone Mountain Park’s 54th annual Yellow Daisy Festival will take place Sept. 8-11. Voted one of the top arts and crafts shows in the nation by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event, and winner of multiple awards by the Southeast Festival and Events Association, the event is a tradition for multi-generational shoppers searching for unique works of art.
New in 2022, visit the Yellow Daisy Vintage Village! Located within the lower meadow of Yellow Daisy Festival, this highly curated village of vendors from across the globe will showcase antiques, vintage collectibles, and amazing farmhouse chic home goods and décor.
The Yellow Daisy Festival gets its name from the September blooming of a special type of yellow daisy which only grows within 60 miles of Stone Mountain. First discovered in 1846, Viguiera Porteri, grows in bright bands of yellow on the granite outcroppings of the mountain.
The first Yellow Daisy Festival took place at Stone Mountain Park in two picnic pavilions. Over half a century later, it is the Southeast’s largest outdoor arts and crafts festival with more than six acres of art, crafts, music, and food to explore.
Over 350 festival crafters and artists are selected from a pool of applicants by the Yellow Daisy Festival jury to display their distinctive handmade work in categories including pottery, fabric, painting, jewelry, sculpture, fiber, photography, fine arts, and traditional arts and crafts.
Book signing opportunity with author Stacy West, 57 Buttermilk Acres: Mixing Vintage & New for a Cozy, Inviting Home. Discover how Stacy creates layers of cozy home décor in settings large and small, mixing vintage finds with new favorites, for a rich blend of style and functionality.
During all four days of the festival, guests can watch live entertainment on the stage, including DJ Chico, New Orleans Jazz, Yacht Rock, Gospel, and Country. An all-new beer garden will offer a place to rest, relax, and refresh before venturing out to discover more hand-crafted wares. Food trucks and festival food will be on hand as well to satisfy any cravings.
The next generation of festival fans can enjoy activities such as sand art, face painting, balloon artists, and more.
Located this year back in the park’s Special Events Meadow, admission to the festival is free with paid parking ($20 for one-day permit or $40 for unlimited annual parking). Festival hours are: Thursday, 7:30am – 5pm, Fri – Sun, 9am – 5pm, September 8 – 11.
For more information about the Yellow Daisy Festival, please visit the Yellow Daisy Festival Frequently Asked Questions website. Listed in Frommer’s 500 Places to Visit with Your Kids Before They Grow Up and cited by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as one of “35 Natural Wonders in Georgia You Must See Before You Die,” Stone Mountain Park is located 15 miles east of downtown Atlanta. For directions, information about attractions and hours of operation, please call 1-800-401-2407 or visit www.stonemountainpark.com.