Coffee Fest Comes to Atlanta

Coffee Fest will be held at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta, GA (January 20, 2015) – Coffee Fest Atlanta 2015 will be held on February 6-8 for the eastern region at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA. Coffee Fest is a trade show for the specialty coffee, gourmet tea and alternative beverage industries. General admission to Coffee Fest Atlanta is $30.

Coffee Fest will present their opening night reception at Cinco. Come experience a local hot spot in Atlanta while networking with the best in the industry! Cinco is within walking distance from the Cobb Galleria. All you need is your Coffee Fest Atlanta entry credentials for admission.

Coffee Fest Atlanta has three very popular must-see competitions: the Latte Art Championship, America’s Best Coffeehouse Competition, and the Best Espresso Competition. All three competitions will be held at each venue. Competitors, attendees and vendors have been known to highly enjoy these competitions. Coffee Fest Atlanta 2015 is hosting the A Bid for Hope Silent Auction benefiting the Cafe Femenino Foundation. A Bid for Hope helps fund grant requests that make a difference in the lives of women and their families in coffee communities around the world.

Show Manager, David Heilbrunn, said, “Coffee Fest is gearing up for another great year and kicking it off in Atlanta will do just that. The eastern region show is usually held in New York but we know Atlanta has a lot to offer between their foodie and artistic culture.”

To learn more about Coffee Fest and register for attendance or to exhibit please visit


For more information please contact Veronica Welch at (508) 222-4802 or at

About Coffee Fest
Coffee Fest has been celebrating coffee long before coffee was “hot”. In 1992, they gathered coffee professionals together in Seattle for their first coffee festival. After several years of hosting thriving consumer events, Coffee Fest turned its focus toward the specialty coffee, gourmet tea and alternative beverage industry bringing retailers, distributors and manufacturers together for its first retail “trade only show” in 1998. With a mission to help attendees build and refine their specialty coffee businesses, they coupled a relevant educational program with a friendly, informative, and enjoyable trade show floor creating a successful show that serves as a touchstone for many in the specialty coffee industry. Today Coffee Fest produces three trade shows annually, strategically positioned in the eastern, central and western United States.

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