Your Complete Guide to the Amazing Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival (2023)

We love the yellow daisies that grow around Stone Mountain in the fall. Last year we hiked Arabia Mountain to celebrate their bloom, but this year, we’ll be visiting the Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival.

This festival was voted one of the top three arts & crafts shows in the nation by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event, and winner of multiple awards by the Southeast Festival and Events Association.  In other words — this festival is top notch.

This year, the Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park will be held September 7-10, 2023. Here’s everything you need to know about this amazing arts and crafts festival.

Your Complete Guide to the Amazing Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival (2023)
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THE YELLOW DAISY FESTIVAL

The Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival began as a small crafts show in 1968 — but has now grown into the big event it is today.  Even with all that growth though, it still maintains a small town feel. 

More than 350 artists and crafters display their works for your appreciation and purchase. In 2023, you’ll find 100 new artists! You’ll find handmade pottery, painting, jewelry, crafts and woodwork, among others.  You’ll also find daily live entertainment, Children’s Corner activities, and crafter demonstrations throughout the event, as well as fabulous festival foods.

This four-day event has something for everyone. The Yellow Daisy Festival will be held September 7-10, 2023. On Thursday, the hours are 8am – 6pm, and Friday-Sunday the hours are 9am – 6pm. This is a family-friendly event!

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The Yellow Daisy Festival is FREE with paid parking. Vehicle entry to Stone Mountain Park is $20 for a one-day permit.  You can also buy a Stone Mountain Annual Pass for $40, allowing you to attend the festival for multiple days.

Parking passes include access to the natural areas of Stone Mountain Park including: hiking and nature trails, public picnic areas, 363-acre lake, children’s playground, Grist Mill, Covered Bridge and Quarry Exhibit.

Parking passes can be bought online in advance, or at the gate.

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VINTAGE VILLAGE

If you’re into vintage finds and farmhouse chic, then then Vintage Village is a part of the festival you’ll love. This special curated section will be bigger and better than ever in 2023, making it a must-stop for vintage finds.

MORE TO DO AT STONE MOUNTAIN PARK

After you’ve spent time at the Yellow Daisy Festival, feel free to explore Stone Mountain Park too.

  • Climb Stone Mountain
  • Hike nature trails
  • Enjoy views of the lake
  • Watch your kids enjoy the playground
  • Visit the Grist Mill, Covered Bridge, and Quarry Exhibit

For an extra fee, you can also experience some of the awesome attractions Stone Mountain Park has to offer.

  • Ride the Scenic Railroad
  • Enjoy spectacular views with a ride on the Summit Skyride
  • Climb to new heights at SkyHike
  • Play mini golf
  • Visit Geyser Towers in the summer

YELLOW DAISY FESTIVAL FAQ

Is the Yellow Daisy Festival an indoor or outdoor festival?

The Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain Park is an outdoor festival — it takes place in the Special Events Meadow. The festival will happen rain or shine (although, they prefer shine)!

Are pets allowed at the Yellow Daisy Festival?

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at the Yellow Daisy Festival. Festival organizers ask that you make arrangements for your pets prior to attending.

What kind of festival food will you find at the Yellow Daisy Festival?

Fantastic food trucks, BBQ, burgers, pizza, funnel cakes, ice cream, kettle corn, roasted corn, Italian ice, corn dogs, and much more can be found at the Yellow Daisy Festival. You can also bring your own food and cooler, but know that coolers are subject to be searched before entrance. No alcohol is allowed.

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Your Complete Guide to the Amazing Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival (2023)