What's happening Atlanta: music festival, natural hair summit

- Now that fall is officially here, it’s time to get your fix of music and hair care at these events happening in Metro Atlanta this weekend:

First up, the “Many Rivers to Cross” festival in Chattahoochee Hills. The event brings artist, activist and community together for a chance to heal and discuss ways to promote progressive social change in America. The music and arts festival runs through Sunday, October 2nd, and includes a star-studded line-up with appearances from Atlanta’s own, T.I., Chris Rock, Carlos Santana, Harry Belafonte and singers Aloe Blacc and Goapele, who both stopped by Good Day Atlanta to chat about the event and their upcoming projects. 

The event is open to all ages and tickets range between $40-$350. For more information, visit http://manyriversfestival.com/.

Also happening this weekend, the Natural Health and Hair Summit in College Park. Presented by Natural Hair Magazine, the event offers the opportunity to meet several industry influencers and wellness seminars on holistic beauty, nutrition, fitness and mental health. It going down at the Georgia International Convention Center Saturday, between 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.  Two of the event's keynote speakers, health and wellness coach Koya Webb and celebrity chef Ahki, also stopped by Good Day Atlanta to chat about the event.

Admission is $25. For more information, head to http://www.nhmsummit.com/.

 

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