CONCERT & VENUE FAQ’s

What time does the show start?

The opening band starts the show at 7:30 pm.  The headliner comes on at 8:30 pm.  Some shows do not have an opener, but usually include an intermission.  Potential rain may delay start of concert or a pause in the concert.  Check website for updates at www.WoodstockConcertSeries.com

Where are the concerts held?

They are held at the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater at The Park at City Center in downtown Woodstock.

What is the address for the amphitheater?

It is located at 101 Arnold Mill Rd., Woodstock, GA  30188 at the corner of Main St. (Hwy 5) and Arnold Mill Rd.

Is there a charge for the concert?

No, admission is free.

Do we need tickets to get in?

No tickets are needed and the park is open to everyone.

What time should we arrive?

The show starts at 7:30 pm.   For best seating, arrive early.

What should we bring to sit on?

Lawn chairs, beach chairs, or blankets are recommended.  We do not reserve areas or tables.  Plastic tarps are not permitted. No high tables (over 2’) or large patio umbrellas.

Can we put our chairs out early?

Yes, but we are not responsible for anything left in the park either prior to, during, or after the show.   Access the amphitheater from the upper section of the park.

What if it rains?

It is a rain or shine event, unless inclement weather rolls in.  Check our website or Facebook page for postponements or cancellations.  www.Woodstockga.gov  You can bring personal sized umbrella’s but they must be taken down as soon as the rain ends.  Every effort will be made to put on the show including a delay in starting or pause in the show due to rain.   We will plan for the show to go on as usual until then.

How can I find out more about the bands?

Click on any of the bands from our website at www.WoodstockConcertSeries.com and it will link you to theirs.

Can I bring my pet?

Pets are not allowed during events at the amphitheater.

Is there food available?

Yes, food vendors are on site and restaurants are within walking distance of the park.

Can I bring my own cooler?

Yes, you may bring your own food and beverages. Coolers 48 quarts or smaller are allowed.

Where do we park?

Public parking is available at Chattahoochee Technical College and at the Chambers at City Center (formerly Woodstock Community Church).  Check the Downtown Woodstock Parking Map for additional locations.  The lower level of the park is reserved for VIP, Handicap Guests, and Sponsors.

Where is handicap parking?

Handicap parking is located on the lower level of the park.  Parking attendants will direct you to available spaces.  You must have authorized handicap parking tag, sticker or hanging sign in your name.  Space is limited.

Is there a pavilion on site?

No, it is a completely outdoor venue.

Do you have children’s activities?

Yes, there is an inflatable sponsored by Colby Family Chiropractic, face painting and balloon animals sponsored by Momentum Church.  Renee will be there to offer more extensive face painting, wacky hair, and fun kids trinkets for a various range of fees.

Can I ride the Woodstock Trolley?

Yes, here is the link for trolley stops and times.  http://visitwoodstockga.com/trolley/

Where would I find first aid if necessary?

The fire department will have a first aid station to the right of the stage next to the sidewalk.  You can also ask any of the staff for assistance.

Is there an ATM on site?

No, the nearest across Main St. outside of the Copper Coin Coffee   For more information, call 1-800-901-8075.  There is another ATM further south on Main St. at the Bank of the Ozarks branch, just 4 blocks south of the park.

Do you have souvenirs?

Yes, concert series t-shirts are available next to the stage for $10.  The bands will often bring their own merchandise including cd’s and t-shirts.

Can I bring a gas or charcoal grill?

Grills are not allowed.

Is smoking or vaping allowed?

No, the amphitheater is a no smoking facility.

What is NOT allowed at the Park?

  • RESERVED AND/OR ROPED OFF AREAS
  • No roping off or saving of areas including the use of ropes or blankets
  • Tents
  • Tall tables over 2 feet in height.
  • Plastic or tarps
  • Stakes in the ground
  • Helium filled balloons
  • Large shade/patio umbrellas
  • Umbrellas during the show
  • Anything that detracts from the entertainment value of the show to other participants.
  • Smoking, vaping, or use of tobacco products
  • Illegal drugs
  • Laser pointers
  • Coolers larger than 48 quarts
  • Recording devices
  • Fireworks
  • Bullhorns or noisemakers
  • Framed backpacks
  • Confetti
  • Pets or Animals, except as aids to persons with disabilities
  • Skateboards or inline skates
  • Personal property that is a potential hazard to others (e.g. chains, wallet chains or jewelry with spike edges).
  • Fires, open flames, fuel powered lanterns, camping and “tailgating”
  • Littering
  • Gambling
  • Loitering
  • Flying objects such as Frisbees and beach balls
  • Charcoal or gas barbecue grills
  • Pamphlets, inserts, advertising matter, political handbills or the like
  • Picketing or solicitors
  • All guests must wear shirts, shoes, and pants/shorts/skirts, etc.
  • Metal utensils or glass bottles/containers

Reserved areas (roped, taped, etc.), Tarps, and Tents will be removed. 

Some items, not limited to this list, will be based on staff discretion.

Drunken or unruly behavior will not be tolerated and guests may be escorted from the park by staff personnel and/or police. Please report problems to police or park personnel.

What is allowed at the Park?

  • Coolers of 48 quarts and smaller are permitted
  • Cloth bags, soft packs 12” x 17” x 12” and smaller are allowed
  • Food and beverages are permitted
  • Binoculars are permitted
  • Strollers and wagons for small children
  • Camping Chairs / Bag Chairs / Blankets

Note: All coolers, bags and picnic baskets are subject to search.