Atlanta Guide on OTLCityGuides.com
Welcome to the Atlanta City Guide on OTL City Guides!
If OTL sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the same family-run brand behind the unique OTL Seat Fillers club. And, yes, seat fillers ARE in Atlanta!
The Atlanta Guide features Things to Do, Things to Eat, and Things to Learn. You’ll find the official Atlanta events calendar powered by Evvnt. It’s updated hourly, so you’ve always got current shows and activities at your fingertip. There are local directories, restaurant recommendations, and all kinds of fun and handy information.
What you won’t find – reviews, comments, and negativity. We welcome local submissions and are happy to post blogs, season schedules, and other Atlanta information. But, we’re leaving the discussions to social media. Enjoy!
City Guides & Seat Fillers
Things to Do, Eat, and Learn – AND, a unique seat fillers service for live entertainment!
Contribute to the Atlanta Guide
Do you have a business opening in Atlanta? How about a sports team or theater with season schedules to share? An article about your restaurant? How to request a pick-up for a non-profit donation? Maybe you’re an Atlanta artisan with a unique product to sell?
We love to share quality information with Atlanta readers. So, we’d love to post it for you as long as you have evergreen or semi-evergreen content and not just a one-day offering to promote. Just use our local submissions form, and we’ll let you know when it goes live.
Atlanta Movies, Theaters, and Museums
Seat Fillers in Atlanta
Would YOU enjoy being an Atlanta area seat filler?
Ask yourself these questions:
- Do I like free tickets?
- Am I a fan of live entertainment, like plays, musicals, comedy, music, etc.?
- Would I have fun seeing what pops up out of the blue (but aware that shows won’t always be available)?
- Do I think it would be fun to treat my family and friends to free tickets?
- Does my entertainment budget allow for $10 to $15 a month for all-inclusive seat filling privileges?
If you answered yes to all of the above, ask yourself one more question:
What am I waiting for?
Seat Filling in Atlanta
Do you have a show, event, service, or activity and would like to expand your audience or introduce it to some new patrons or customers?
If so, then local seat filling is effective marketing for the 21st century!
Here’s how it works:
- You let OTL know how many tickets or admissions you’d like to private offer to seat fillers
- OTL members make reservations in their member area
- The reservation/will-call list is sent to you
- You distribute the tickets or handle admission on the day of the event (or activity)
The only thing you need to provide is complimentary tickets/admission. But OTL never publicizes that you’re doing it!
The Latest News From Atlanta Magazine
- W. Barry Lee, MD, FACSDr. W. Barry Lee starts his 20th year of practice this summer as a board-certified ophthalmologist/cornea specialist at Eye Consultants of Atlanta, affiliated with Piedmont Healthcare. The post W. Barry Lee, MD, FACS appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
- Elizabeth Shaw, MDENT of Georgia North is the largest physician-owned ear, nose, and throat practice in Georgia. The post Elizabeth Shaw, MD appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
- Syed Wasim, MD, MPHSyed Wasim, MD, MPH, board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, graduated from Dhaka Medical College, University of Illinois, and Johns Hopkins University. The post Syed Wasim, MD, MPH appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
- Room Envy: At this lake house, a camp-style bath accommodates extra guestsAt this Lake Martin vacation home, a bunk room and bath accommodate extra guests. “In lake houses, a camp-style bath allows multiple people to use the bathroom at the same time,” says Atlanta architect Bryan Jones of Jones Pierce Studios.…
- Real Estate All-Stars: Amy HeringtonBerkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties The post Real Estate All-Stars: Amy Herington appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
Sports Headlines From ESPN
- Former Jags QB Bortles says he 'quietly' retiredBlake Bortles, who led the Jaguars to the AFC Championship Game in the 2017 season, said Wednesday on a podcast that he had "quietly" retired.
- Agent: Wembanyama will not shut season down7-foot-4 French prospect Victor Wembanyama's agent insists that there's no plan to listen to some NBA team executives suggesting to shut down the projected No. 1 pick until the June 2023 NBA draft.
- Nevin loses interim tag, to manage Angels in '23Phil Nevin, who led the Angels to a 46-59 record after being named interim manager when Joe Maddon was fired in June, will be the team's full-time manager for the 2023 season
- Clemson's Davis II, Greene sued over '21 collisionA South Carolina woman filed a lawsuit against Clemson players Fred Davis II and Malcolm Greene, claiming they were racing during a 2021 car accident.
- 'Beautiful day': RB Robinson returns to practiceCommanders RB Brian Robinson has officially been designated to return to practice, opening the 21-day window during which the team can activate him or leave him on the non-football injury list.
Atlanta is a great city with a lot to offer residents and visitors alike. There are plenty of things to do in Atlanta, from visiting tourist attractions like the Georgia Aquarium and the CNN Center to enjoying the city’s nightlife and food scene. Atlanta is also home to some major corporations, including Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines, so there are plenty of job opportunities if you’re looking for work.
Whether you’re new to Atlanta or have been living here for a while, there’s always something new to explore in this city. So what are you waiting for? Start exploring Atlanta today!
Movies in Atlanta
Atlantians have the advantage of having both chain and independent cinemas all over the city. AMC and Regal are the two biggest movie theater chains in Atlanta, followed by NCG Cinemas, CMX Cinebistro, and Studio Movie Grill.
Rather than see the newest films on the big screen, why not check out Atlanta’s oldest operating theatre, the Plaza Theatre? Also, the Midtown Art Cinema, a Landmark Theatre, offers a wide range of screenings. In addition, the Fernbank Museum has a Giant Screen Theater where two different offerings are presented at a time.
And, how about a blast from the past? The Starlight Drive-in has been an Atlanta landmark for over 60 years. It’s open seven days a week, year-round.
You might not think about museums when you’re looking for things to do, but you should since they’re not “one size fits all.” Atlanta museums cover art, history, politics, fashion, and even one dedicated to Jim Henson and the Muppets.
Whether you are a history or art buff or just looking for something to do, you’ll enjoy several venues. Therefore, we have compiled a few of the top picks to post in the City Guides and a pocket guide to 40 museums in Atlanta!
Live Theater in Atlanta
You might not be aware of all of the theaters in Atlanta and the suburbs unless you are an avid theatergoer. We shine a spotlight on the local theater scene, from Broadway tours passing through to high school and college drama departments and one-person shows.
Bookmark the City Guide for all things theater in Atlanta. The Fox, 7 Stages, Decatur Community Players, we’ve got theater and theater troupes from A to Z.
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Frequently Asked Questions About the Atlanta Guide
The Atlanta Guide is all about Things to Do, Eat, and Learn in Atlanta, Georgia. It includes an events calendar powered by Evvnt, auto-updating hourly. Other resources include lists of movie theaters, museums, theaters and theater groups, restaurant recommendations, and more. Atlanta information is provided by OTL Seat Fillers and locals in the know.
OTL City Guides and OTL Seat Fillers are sister sites. Whereas OTL Atlanta Seat Fillers is a seat filling membership club open to anyone who wants to join, the OTL Atlanta City Guide is an ever-ready resource for everyone. Listings on the Atlanta City Guides events calendar are open to the public, whereas the free tickets provided to seat fillers in Atlanta are privately posted for their eyes only.
It’s easy! OTL loves to share information. So, all you have to do is use the submissions form – https://otlcityguides.com/local-submissions. Keep in mind that the OTL Atlanta City Guide will publish seasonal schedules, blog posts, discounts, business launches, and other Atlanta news and resources. However, the content needs to be evergreen or at least long-term. OTL can’t publish information about a one-day event or time-sensitive postings.