Georgia Aquarium Is Having A Tacky Sweater Cocktail Party This Holiday Season

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Georgia Aquarium Atlanta Sips Under The Sea Holidays

It’s that time of the year to break out your favorite tacky holiday gear and Georgia Aquarium has just the event for you to wear it to. 

This holiday season, the Aquarium is hosting Sips Under The Sea — a 21+ tacky sweater party held after-hours at Atlanta’s beloved marine life attraction.

On December 4, you can celebrate the holiday season by spending the night at the Aquarium enjoying cocktails with the fish. 

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Because the event is after-hours, you'll have the aquarium to just yourself and all the other tacky sweater-wearing partygoers.

Grab a cocktail and wander through the exhibits at the Aquarium uninterrupted by crowds of visitors. Just you, some booze, and the sharks. 

Guests will also be able to order food from Café Aquaria and a DJ will be playing live music all night. 

The Aquarium will be taking COVID-19 precautions for the evening, so try to find a tacky mask to match your tacky sweater. 

Sips Under the Sea: Tacky Sweater

Price: $39.95 for non-members

When: December 4 at 8:00 p.m.

Address: 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

Why You Need To Go: For a one-of-a-kind night celebrating the holiday season "under the sea."

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