Saturday, June 28, 2014

Rock 100.5 presents…


Park at City Center, Downtown Woodstock (Rain or Shine)
Located at the intersection of Main St. and Arnold Mill Rd. in Woodstock, GA

Saturday May 31st 2014 Noon – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday June 1st 2014 Noon – 6:00 p.m.
-  Live Music 15+ Bands
-  Tasty Chicken Wings
-  Cold Beverages
-  Arts and Crafts
-  VIP/Reserved Seating
-  Kids Zone

The Wing and Rock Festival features some of Atlanta's best tasting chicken wings from metro Atlanta restaurants plus great live music on two stages featuring over a dozen bands.  This FREE festival takes place on Saturday, May 31st from noon until 10:00 p.m. & Sunday, June 1st from noon until 6pm in Downtown Woodstock, Georgia.  This event is the third largest wing festival in the country with over 25,000 people expected in attendance this year. Parade magazine voted the event as one of the top 50 food festivals in the country.

This family friendly event has something for everyone.  For the adults we will have cold beverages to wash down those tasty wings plus a large arts and crafts area for those looking for some unique hand crafted items.  For the kids we have jumpies, rides, face painting and local teen bands.  Also do not miss the big wing eating contest on Saturday where competitors vie to be the fastest wing eater in the city. 

Festival goers can savor tasty chicken wings from local experts like Wing Zone, Wing Stop and Sixes Tavern who will all compete for several awards judged by local celebrities to determine who has the best tasting wings in the city.  Also the People's Choice Award will be chosen by the festival attendees who get to vote for their favorite tasting wing at the festival.

So be sure to mark your calendar for this great weekend of fun while helping two non-profit organizations, Embraced Atlanta & Lucky Dog Pet Rescue, raise awareness and funds.  Embraced Atlanta mobilizes orthopedic and prosthetic equipment into the hands of those in need - the uninsured, the under insured and the less fortunate.  Lucky Dog Pet Rescue is dedicated to the rescue of homeless and abandoned dogs from the high-kill shelters of North Georgia.  

12:30pm:  Secret Sauce
2:45pm:  Red White & Blues Band
4:45pm:  Moontower
6pm:  Wing Eating Contest
7:30pm:  The Sundogs (Tom Petty tribute 2nd set)

Noon:  Wild Honey
2pm:  Bedhead
4pm:  Brian Wiltsey
5pm:  The After Party

Noon - 8:00pm: Kids Bands from Music Matters

Noon:  Highbeams
2pm:  The Mirrored Years
4pm:  Tyler Porch Band

Produced by Peachtree Events & Concessions & Armus Media Group
Please no outside food and beverages will be allowed.

Past video highlights

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Thursday, June 5, 2014


The details for the 2014 Woodstock Farmers Market presented by Hamilton State Bank have been set. The market season this year will run Saturday, May 3rd - October 25th, the market will be open every Saturday. Market Hours will be 8:30am- Noon. The Woodstock Farmers Market will be located at a new location in 2014. The Farmers Market will now take place on Market Street. (Market ST is the new street that runs parallel to Main St on the west side. First part of the new grid network of streets. It currently runs from Dupree Rd to Mill St, Woodstock West and the site for the Elm St Cultural Arts Village are located on Market St. The market will take place on the portion of Market ST between Mill St and Maple St)

The vendor application for the Woodstock Farmers Market can be found here

For more info on the Woodstock Farmers Market please call 770-924-0406

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Woodstock Wing & Rock Fest!


Rock 100.5 Presents

Woodstock City Park (Rain or Shine)
BudweiserPresented by Bud Light
Saturday May 31st 2014
Noon – 10:00 p.m.

Sunday June 1st 2014
Noon – 6:00 p.m.

Photo: Wing & Rock Fest this Saturday & Sunday at the Park at City Center in Downtown Woodstock. For more information on this fun event check out

Event Hours are Saturday: Noon to 10pm, Sunday: Noon to 6pm


Main Stage
12:30 p.m. Red White & Blues Band
2:45 p.m. Secret Sauce
4:45 p.m. Moontower
6:00 p.m. Wing Eating Contest
7:30 p.m. The Sundogs (Tom Petty tribute 2nd set)
Noon Bedhead
2:00 p.m. Wild Honey
3:30 p.m. Wing Eating Contest
4:00 p.m. Brian Wiltsey
5:00 p.m. The After Party

Gazebo Stage
Noon - 8:00 p.m. Music Matters
Noon A Modern Myth
2:00 p.m. The Mirrored Years
3:00 p.m. Tyler Porch Band
5:00 p.m. Free Birds
Visit  Wing & Rock Fest   For more info!

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Friday, May 23 at 7:30pm

The iThink Improve Troupe is at it again! The group brings their special brand of crazy yet family friendly humor to the Elm Street stage. With suggestions from you - the audience - they create a variety of scenes right there on the spot.  May 16th, 17th, 23rd, and 24th at 7:30pm, $12 are the door, $10 in advance. Held at City Center Auditorium, 8534 Main St Woodstock GA

For More Information:
678-494-4251 or

Monday, May 12, 2014

The 'Reel' life: Seafood restaurant making waves in 

downtown Woodstock

A new seafood restaurant is hoping to make a big splash in downtown Woodstock when it opens on Main Street in mid-April.

The owners of Reel Seafood hope to hook customers by bringing fresh fish with a quality dining experience to downtown Woodstock.

David Silverman owns and operates Reel Seafood with his wife, Karen, who have both worked in the restaurant and customer service industries for decades.

With dishes ranging from the expected to the extraordinary, Silverman said he’s excited to offer Woodstock an amazing seafood restaurant.

“From the quality of the foods, to the setting of the restaurant, to the service you receive,” Silverman said, “we hope to create in downtown Woodstock a real dining experience.”

Silverman has almost three decades of experience in the restaurant business, with more than a decade as an executive chef, and said Reel Seafood will be unlike any other restaurant in the downtown area.

“It’s a fresh fish, fresh seafood concept … never frozen or flash-frozen on the boat,” he said. “It’s sourced everywhere from Hawaii to Cape Cod. Local product comes from the Outer Banks and the Carolinas, to local Georgia trout, to Gulf products.”

He said the restaurant will bring in fresh seafood daily and feature seafood dishes from cuisines across the world.

“Your staples are like crab cake, mussels, calamari, tuna tartare, shrimp and grits, local things that people expect to go out to eat for — with some spin on some traditional things,” he said. “We’ll introduce some international flavors — some Asian applications and Cajun and French, things like that.”

Silverman said they chose the name Reel Seafood as a play on words — representing both a fishing reel, and a “real food and dining experience.”

“I created that name almost two years ago in my head, before I even had the finances to be able to do a restaurant on my own,” he said.

The interior is decorated in a blue, water-like theme, and Silverman said he wanted customers to feel like they were near the ocean, or “sitting in an aquarium.”

Silverman and his wife live in Woodstock, and he said he’s been dreaming of opening up a restaurant downtown for years.

“I’m a chef by trade,” he said. “I’ve always worked in Buckhead, Midtown, downtown … we moved out to Woodstock eight years ago, and since moving out to Woodstock, I’ve just loved the area. We live in Towne Lake. We love the whole area. We love the community and I love the whole downtown area.”

He said “The minute we saw something available in Woodstock, we jumped at the chance.”

“This area is very sought-after,” he said. “We got one of the last retail spaces available.”

Housed in the building that was previously both a furniture store and the Woodstock Art and Glass shop, Silverman said the retail space had to be “completely built out.”

Silverman said he brings the chef experience to the table, while his wife brings experienced customer-service to the business.

“My wife is in hospitality. She brings high-end service and attention to detail and quality service,” he said. “We’re interested in creating a dining experience; we’re not just trying to sell a place to eat.”

Silverman expects dishes to range from about $15 to $25, on average and said the restaurant hours are still being worked out, but he expects to open at about 11 a.m. and stay open until about 11 p.m. most nights. 

Monday, April 28, 2014

Fifth Annual Trailfest will take place on Saturday May 3rd at 9am in Downtown Woodstock presented by theGreenprints Alliance. It will be music, food, beer and community as in past years, but a special event will also take place. We will be cutting the ribbon and having the official grand opening of the Towne to Creek and Noonday Creek Trail. Please put this on your calendar and if you are a runner, check out the 5k and Fun Run being held on the new trail that day! More details on Trailfest 2014 coming soon!!!

Friday, April 25, 2014



FRIDAY, May 2nd at 6:00pm - 9:00pm