Strut Your Street

We’re taking the East Atlanta Strut to the streets – again – on Saturday, September 24.

Celebrate Strut day by showing the neighborhood your street has the most spirit. Gather your neighbors to host vendors and bands, or promote your street’s art, talent or businesses right in your own front yard. It’s free!

We want shoppers and music lovers to find the fun, so we’re going to cluster activities at the four or five spots where there are lots of neighbors participating.

Strut judges will come around to see whose street best represents the Strut. The Strut will donate $1,000 to a local nonprofit in the name of the winning street.

Need ideas for how to Strut? See our A to Z list of possibilities and let your imagination – and the law and the latest Covid recommendations – be your guide.

Check that you live within the Strut Your Street boundaries:

Questions? Check the FAQ and About pages or contact

How Will You Strut?

How Will You Strut?

How will you Strut?
“Same” if no difference
“Same” if no difference
“Same” if no difference
“Same” if no difference
The Strut has a limited number of spots in EAV business parking lots and in the East Atlanta Farmers Market lot. We will notify you by June 25 if you are accepted, and we will also send a PayPal invoice.
I want to be listed in the online and printed guides
Note: To be paired with an artist, band or business, you must agree to be listed in the guides.
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Your address

All addresses will receive a Strut yard sign. Would you like to donate $12 to cover the cost of your sign?

By submitting this form, you agree that your Strut activity will be safe and legal and will follow any official guidelines and CDC recommendations regarding COVID that are in place on Saturday, September 24.

You agree that you are responsible for your own actions and for what happens on your private property. You understand that the Strut is serving only as a facilitator to connect artists, bands and businesses to residents, and to publicize activities on the day.

If you are listed in the guide, you agree that your yard and activity are open to people you don’t know. You can report problems to roaming Strut volunteers or, if necessary, to the police.

You agree to provide receptacles for and properly dispose of trash and recyclables.