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City of Norcross




About City of Norcross

Historic downtown Norcross. First Friday concerts, Jazz in the Alley, Summer Concert Series, Fine Art Exhibit, Easter Egg Hunt, Classic Car Show, Community Market, Bluesberry Beer & Music Festival, Jazz in the Alley, Red, White & Boom, British Car Fayre, Gateway International Food & Music Festival, Norcross Art Splash, Italian Car Day, Lawless Spirits Tour, Sparkle. Year long events at the Cultural Arts & Community Center every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Movie Mondays at the Norcross Cultural Arts & Community Center.

Spectacular EVENTS: Engage in an Eventful Stay

Norcross lays claim to a regular rotation of events – each one serving as a celebration of the city’s dedication to imagination. The slower pace of a historic main street setting  is kicked up a notch as this little town offers big events and even bigger fun. As word spreads of the fanciful and festive lineup, throngs travel from near and far to take part. The list includes classic car shows, art & craft festivals, live concerts, food truck feasts, movies under the stars, holiday gatherings and so much more!

Dig In: Savory meals are downtown’s signature – our restaurants aim to please! Diverse menus offer everything from authentic Mexican mole and homemade tortillas to freshly made Cuban empanadas. Enjoy English pub-style fish ‘n chips, New York style pizza, family-style Italian, mouthwatering burgers and Cajun specials! Downtown Historic Norcross restaurants are fun to explore Find out what ScoutMob has to say about us!

Shop 'til YOU DROP: Century-old brick buildings are home to Downtown’s shops and galleries. Find antique and contemporary home furnishings, vintage and contemporary fashion, designer jewelry, home accessories and whimsical garden items. Sophisticated galleries offer paintings, sculpture and photography, with the city’s performing arts center and its award-winning community theatre housed nearby. Downtown Historic Norcross is a charming antidote to big mall shopping, offering an upscale shopping experience in a relaxed small town setting.

Parks & THINGS TO DO: Come relax in our city's beautiful parks among winding sidewalks, gorgeous landscapes, and spectacular trees, including the towering American elm in Betty Mauldin Park, the largest American elm in the state of Georgia, over 100 years old. The Georgia Forestry Commission presented the city of Norcross with a Georgia Champion Tree Certificate in 1999. Take a walking tour and enjoy all of our city's 1,123 trees, guided by our illustrated Norcross' Historic Tree Walk Brochure(available at the Norcross Welcome Center, and at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center). Grills are available at Thrasher Park & Rossie Brundage Park, not Lillian Webb Park.

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