Peach Drop

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The Peach Drop's tower at its former location in Underground Atlanta.

The Peach Drop is an annual New Year's Eve drop event held in Atlanta, Georgia. From 1989 through 2017, the event was held at Underground Atlanta, but has since been held at Woodruff Park. The drop's use of a peach symbolizes Georgia's identity as the "Peach State".

As Underground Atlanta was sold to a private developer, the Drop was held there for the last time for 2016-17. Since 2018, the drop has occurred from the Flatiron Building, with festivities at Woodruff Park.[1]

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  1. ^ Stevens, Alexis. "Atlanta police ramp up security plans for new Peach Drop location". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved 2017-12-29. 

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