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Sweet Auburn Springfest – 2017 – 19

Sweet Auburn Springfest Atlanta vendor Festival-goers pass one of the vendors during Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
Note:  continuing a series about great Atlanta events that are canceled or changed in 2021, but will hopefully return in 2022.   Kelly
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Festival-goers pass one of the vendors during Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An advertisement for a past Sweet Auburn Spring Festival (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A large crowd on Auburn Avenue during Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A clothing vendor at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Customers in line at one of the food vendors at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Some of the vendors at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A customer approaches the Gekko Sushi Hibachi truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen at a past Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A food vendor at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A food vendor at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Perusing the merchandise at a vendor's booth during Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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One of the vendors at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The Atlanta skyline looms over the crowd at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A beverage truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The offerings at one food truck at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A trio of attendees at the Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Banners advertise a food truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A beverage truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A food truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The crowd at Sweet Auburn Spring Festival is reflected in a pair of sunglasses. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Customers placing an order at a food truck during Sweet Auburn Spring Festival in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A tent advertises a barbecue food vendor at Sweet Auburn Spring Fest in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A barbecue food truck at Sweet Auburn Spring Fest in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Clothing for sale during the Sweet Auburn Spring Fest in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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The crowd passes by a vendor during Sweet Auburn Spring Fest in Atlanta (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen on Auburn Avenue during Springfest (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An announcement about the postponement of the 2021 Sweet Auburn Spring Festival
Kelly Jordan

Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.

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