BY Malika Harricharan. Just because you are under 21, doesn't mean there aren't lots of places in the ATL to have some fun and get your groove on. In and around the Atlanta area are fun spots to gather with your gang of pals or linger and meet new friends for a fun evening out. If you are not enamored with the clubbing and dance scene, check out some of the live music venues that are available in Atlanta.
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With the huge number of bars in Atlanta all competing for customers, the city has developed a unique bar scene with an endless amount of quirky bars to cater to every niche. While there are some neighborhoods with a greater concentration of good food and drinks—such as Little Five Points, Inman Park, and Old Fourth Ward—there are truly worthwhile places scattered all over the city. After leaving the bars, continue the party by heading out for a night of dancing at one of Atlanta's many clubs. Atlanta has a huge music scene. In addition to attracting major headliners from around the world, the city also contains a flourishing community of up-and-coming music artists. Several locations promote local artists with dedicated nights of live music. Head to one of them and you could be sitting front row for a future superstar.
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