Atlanta’s Milk and Cookies festival is back for 2018, elevating the city’s emerging dessert scene with a nod to independent music and art. Headlined by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez, singer Alina Baraz and local favorites like hip-hop artist SahBabii and singer-songwriter Bosco, the one-day event takes place April 7 at former steam-boiler factory turned art-space 787 Windsor in the city’s Reynoldstown neighborhood.

The second-year festival draws about 4,000 fans and will highlight local food trucks, bakeries and pop-up confections like Insomnia Cookies and King’s Ice Cream, says Jhordan Gibbs, director of artist relations, explaining, “It’s going to feel like you’re walking into dessert paradise.”

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