Downtown Griffin 2nd Saturday Art on Tap brings artists, demonstrations, live music and more

Photo provided by city of Griffin


Downtown Griffin will host more than 25 local artists Saturday for the 2nd Saturday Art on Tap event.

The Griffin Main Street Program and Griffin Downtown Council partner with the city of Griffin to host 2nd Saturday events for the community. These events are to encourage citizens to support small businesses downtown while enjoying live entertainment and activities for all ages.

This Saturday, local artists will line Hill and Solomon streets from 4 to 8 p.m.

There will be live art demonstrations, street performers and exclusive 2nd Saturday specials at participating businesses.

Art Walk from 4 to 8 p.m. – Sip & See local art on Hill and Solomon streets with live art demonstrations outside City Hall (100 S Hill St.), Slices Pizzeria (136 W. Solomon St.) and Rue Colline Art Gallery and Studio (123 N. Hill St.).

(2nd Saturday Art Walk 2022 article continues below)

Beer Crawl starting at 4 p.m. – For adults 21 years old and up, get your Griffin GoCup from any participating establishments and then stroll the Entertainment District to Sip & See local art, live music and shop exclusive 2nd Saturday specials. Bank Street Café (126 S. Hill St.), Georgia Axe Company (133 S. Hill St.), Happy Daze Bar & Grill (130 W. Solomon St.), Slices Pizzeria (136 W. Solomon St.), The Tipsy Daisy (132 S. Hill St.), Smoq’d Barbecue (129 S. 6th St.) and Georgia Potato Factory (133 N. Hill St.).

Plus, Grassroots Tap Trailer will be set up outside of Rue Colline Art Gallery and Studios to serve beer on tap.

Live Music: From 4 to 7 p.m. live street performers will be located at Slices Pizzeria, Rue Colline Art Gallery and Studio and Caldwell Cottage (119 S. Hill St.).

Bank Street Café will host Jukebox Disciples at 7 p.m. and The Tipsy Daisy will host Eli Grambling at 8 p.m.

“This Saturday marks the third year of hosting 2nd Saturday events in Downtown Griffin,” said city of Griffin Communications Coordinator Danielle Hancock. “It’s an honor to partner with local organizations, businesses, artists, and musicians to enhance our community’s quality of life experience.”

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