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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the desire to maintain social distancing, Stone Mountain Park’s Yellow Daisy Festival has been cancelled.
Limited attractions and natural areas of the park where adequate social distancing can be achieved are open for your enjoyment.
Stay tuned for information about our online Yellow Daisy Festival Marketplace showcasing your favorite vendors. Sign up for our newsletter to receive future updates!
Early Bird Tickets allow you to enter the festival 2 hours prior to opening (8am -10am) and can be purchased for $5.00 per day, or $10.00 for the entire festival! Enjoy an intimate shopping experience and special discounts available from participating artists and crafters;during Early Bird hours.
Please check back for Early Bird tickets for the 52nd Annual Yellow Daisy Festival, September 10-13, 2020.
50% of Early Bird proceeds will go to support Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC).
Thomas Burns grew up in Gainesville, Florida and received a BFA in graphic design from the University of Florida. After pursuing an MBA in Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University, Thomas relocated to Atlanta, Georgia to work for a major telecommunications company. Artistically, he remained unfulfilled and eventually created his own freelance studio in 2007.
After completing his MFA in illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta in 2013, he became a professor of Illustration at the SCAD Atlanta campus. Thomas creates vintage travel images as a creative side project and a way to connect with the history of Georgia. His illustrations are meant to evoke the feeling of travel posters from the 1920's and 1930's, showcasing landmarks as great travel destinations. The prints and posters are illustrated by hand and finished digitally.