We’re blessed with a slew of food festivals in Atlanta that range from neighborhood gatherings to high society gatherings with admission prices in the hundreds. I often hear from folks that some of the price points are out of reach, especially for those with large families.

The Field of Greens festival this Sunday may be a bit of a trek (45 minutes east of Atlanta) but the price point simply can’t be beat. For your $20 you gain a ticket that gets you live music, a tasting tent with food from Atlanta’s top chefs, plenty of children’s entertainment. Tickets are $25 if not purchased in advance online or at area farmer’s markets. Admission for children 12 and under is free.

The full roster of participating restaurants is listed below, and more information & ticket sales — check out the Field of Greens website. For more photos of last year’s event, you can find my post from last year’s festival here.

Ron Eyester – RosebudThe Family Dog

Robert Phalen – One Eared StagHoly Taco

Jay Swift – 4th & Swift

Stephen Herman – Haven

Matt Swickerath – Valenza

Dave Larkworthy – 5 Seasons Brewing Company

Eddie Hernandez – Taqueria del Sol

Justin Burdett – Miller Union

Matt Palmerlee – Farm 255

Terry Koval – Farm Burger

Linton Hopkins – Restaurant EugeneHoleman & Finch Public House

Dave Roberts – Community Q BBQ

Eric Ottensmeyer – Leon’s Full Service

Cathy Conway – Avalon Catering

EJ Hodgkinson – Woodfire Grill

Linda Harrell – Cibo E Beve

Justin Keith – Food 101

Ford Fry – JCT Kitchen

Drew Belline – No. 246

Lance Gummere – The Shed at Glenwood

Ryan Smith – Empire State South

Chris Hall – Local Three

Todd Mussman – Muss & Turner’s

Duane Nutter – One Flew South

Marc Taft – Chicken and the Egg

Drew Van Leuvan – One Midtown Kitchen

Joe Schafer – Parish

Janine Falvo – Briza

Lisa Slater – Dal Cuore Market & Restaurant 

Ryan Tittle – Brick Store Pub

Megan McCarthy – Healthy Eating 101