The 2021 parade has been postponed to the spring of 2022.
Take a look at our 2020 parade-in-place videos and a photo gallery of past parades below. 
About our usual parade: The Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade is is the mothership of our lantern parades. The Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons answered a call for proposals from Art on the Atlanta Beltline in 2010 with the idea of a lantern parade where everyone is invited to just show up and participate like a Mardi Gras Day secondline, on the Beltline. At the time, the Beltline was a dirt trail behind the dumpsters.
Our first lantern parade drew a shocking 400 participants, and zero spectators. The parade now draws an estimated 70,000 in spectators and participants, and is a beloved Atlanta tradition. We needed that.
The Krewe builds large scale lanterns, performs giant lantern puppets, and hosts lantern workshops. We are always astounded and over joyed by the amazing lanterns people bring to the parade! Atlanta's got game.
There is a lot of information and a set of rules that keep it sane at Art on the Atlanta Beltline. We are forever grateful to the Atlanta Beltline for giving such great support to a crazy idea.

Here's some of our favorite photos and video from 2019: 11 Alive's 30 minute video! , Atlanta Intown's Photos, and Steve Eberhardt's Photos.