The ONLY Green Living event in Atlanta...and the South East!


19th Annual Alive! Expo Atlanta
May 4 & 5, 2024

Saturday: 10am to 6pm
Sunday: 11am to 5pm

WE HAVE MOVED!!!! NEW LOCATION:
GAS SOUTH CONVENTION CENTER, Hall C
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Parking is $10 per car


TICKET INFO:
General Admission Ticket - $10 per person per day (13 and up)

General Admission ticket includes admission to the Expo Show floor, Exhibiting Companies, Educational Lectures from Industry Experts.

VIP Admission Ticket - $25 donation per person per day (Limited Quantities Available)
Includes a VIP Goodie Bag filled with full size products!

VIP Tickets includes a general admission to the Alive Expo plus a VIP Goodie Bag filled with products, samples, discounts and certificates for services from vendors as well as non-vendor companies. The VIP Goodie bag is guaranteed to be valued at $75 or more.

Your ticket donation in part supports Project Green, a local 501c3 non-profit that sponsors kids to summer camps!

Children 12 and under — FREE general admission
Military with a Valid ID — FREE general admission


Help US Help the Community by bringing your Food Donations to Alive! Expo and receive a FREE Reusable Grocery Shopping Bag as a "Thank You" please bring any non-perishable canned or packaged items that are not expired. No glass please!

Proceeds from Alive! Expo benefit various local non-profits in Atlanta, GA including Project Green!


Project Green Project Green is a registered 501c3 non-profit based in Atlanta, Georgia whose mission is to protect green space for future generations and invest in "Green Tomorrow." Project Green will develop "Back to Basics" Summer Camps for under-served children and teens. The eco-camps will focus on building self-esteem and awareness of the environment and will also encourage healthy lifestyles through nutrition, exercise and by incorporating challenging and fun activities. The eco-summer camps will be designed as one-week away camps for all qualified kids. Project Green plans on running five to six of the eco-summer camps each summer. To donate directly to Project Green please visit — www.ProjectGreenUSA.org