Taking place in Centennial Olympic Park on Saturday, July 1, Look Up Atlanta is the largest metropolitan fireworks show in the U.S. Hosted by Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA), this event celebrates all the things that make Atlanta a great city – from our sports teams and attractions to the culturally diverse and celebrated food and arts scene.Gates will open at 5 pm and fireworks are anticipated to start shortly after dark.
Look Up Atlanta will be held in Centennial Olympic Park on Saturday, July 1, 2023. General Admission and VIP Village ticket options are available for attendees and can be discovered here.
Due to anticipated attendance, re-entry to Look Up Atlanta is not allowed.
There are two FREE water stations located on the east side of Centennial Olympic Park near the Fountain of Rings and the First Aid station.
Please note that coolers, stainless steel and glass bottles/canisters/containers of any kind, cans, and hydration packs are not allowed.
NOTE: If you have a medical need, exceptions may be made at the Park’s designated medical (ADA) lanes, found at all gates.
Look Up Atlanta is a cashless event, so don’t forget to pack your credit/debit cards or set up Apple Pay/Google Pay on your phone.
FOOD & BEVERAGE LOCATIONS:
STAYING HYDRATED AT LOOK UP ATLANTA:
Look Up Atlanta is an ADA accessible event, and all entrances include ADA accessible lanes. Look Up Atlanta offers a VIP Village and General Admission viewing area specifically for ADA patrons on a first come, first served basis. Please note the areas have limited capacity and once that limit is reached, no other patrons will have access until space becomes available. View entrances and the ADA viewing areas here.
Located in downtown Atlanta, there are many arrival and parking options for attendees of Look Up Atlanta. Georgia World Congress Center Authority offers on-campus parking which can be discovered by visiting https://gwcc.parkingguide.com/
If traveling on MARTA, the Peachtree Center station (Red Line) and GWCC/CNN station (Blue Line) are convenient stops closest to Centennial Olympic Park.
For attendees wishing to use rideshare options, drop off and pick up will be located at the GWCCA Transportation Terminal located across from Georgia World Congress Center on Andrew Young International Blvd.
Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) makes every effort to create a safe environment at Look Up Atlanta, including the provision of public and private security and medical staff. If you require assistance, seek out any first responder or the First Aid tent located near Entrance Gate 1 at Andrew Young International Blvd. and Centennial Olympic Park Drive (near the Olympic Rings).
If you find a lost item, please take it to the Lost & Found tent located near Entrance Gate 1. Lost parents seeking children also should report to this area for assistance.
The safety of our attendees, performers, and team members is our top priority. For faster entry into Look Up Atlanta, the use of a clear bag is highly recommended.
ALLOWED BAGS: Bags that do not exceed 12” x 12” x 6” are allowed. All styles of bags are acceptable if they are 12″ x 12″ x 6″ or smaller – this includes backpacks, diaper bags, fanny packs, gallon Ziploc bags, etc.
PROHIBITED BAGS: Prohibited bags include but are not limited to oversized beach totes, backpacks, and coolers.
PROHIBITED ITEMS: Please look at the “PROHIBITED ITEMS & ACTIVITES” section of the FAQs for the complete list of prohibited items, which includes but is not limited to cameras with detachable lens, flags, noisemakers, recreational scooters, or dangerous devices of any kind.
MEDICALLY NECESSARY ITEMS: Exceptions will be made for medical equipment and medically necessary items after proper inspection. For additional details, look at the “MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & MEDICALLY NECESSARY ITEMS” section of the FAQs.
All bags are subject to inspection. Look Up Atlanta reserves the right to refuse admittance (without refund of admission) to ticket holders and attendees who refuse to allow inspection of their bags when entering Centennial Olympic Park.
The safety of our attendees, performers, and team members is our top priority in fostering a safe and comfortable environment.
For information on the Look Up Atlanta bag policy visit the “BAG POLICY DETAILS” section of the FAQs.
Look Up Atlanta reserves the right to refuse admittance (without refund of admission) to ticket holders and attendees who refuse to allow inspection of their bags when entering Centennial Olympic Park.
Event visitors under 17 years of age are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian 25 years of age or older.
The following items will NOT be permitted at Look Up Atlanta/Centennial Olympic Park.
We understand that medical equipment and other medical items may be necessary for some attendees. Exceptions will be made to allow these items to enter official Look Up Atlanta areas after proper inspection – see details below.
It is recommended that attendees bringing medication include the original container and/or label pertaining to the prescription, or other form of documentation or confirmation of personal medical use, which may be requested of the attendee for examination and verification by staff or security.
The safety of everyone attending Look Up Atlanta is our number one priority. While light rain isn't an issue, thunderstorms, lightning, and high winds can pose a problem for the fireworks and for attendees. GWCCA will partner with the National Weather Service to monitor weather systems several days leading up to as well as live track throughout the day of Look Up Atlanta.
In case of severe weather, follow the instructions provided on site immediately.
Gray Television is our broadcast partner. In Atlanta, Look Up Atlanta will air exclusively on Peachtree TV from 5 – 10 p.m. Check local listings for the channel in your market airing Look Up Atlanta.