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Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Venue Type Nightclub
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Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

2200 Encore Pkwy.,Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA, 30004
(404) 733-5010

Created by keri.musgraves

Location & Nearby Info
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
2200 Encore Pkwy.
Encore Park
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(404) 733-5010
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Old Crow Medicine Show
Old Crow Medicine Show
Formed in the late 1990s, the Nashville-via-upstate-New York country-folk band Old Crow Medicine Show is part of a substantial crop of acts bringing a D.I.Y. punk attitude to bear on traditional American roots music....
Shovels & Rope
Shovels & Rope
Charleston, South Carolina-based indie folk duo Shovels & Rope consists of married singer/songwriters Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst. Like Trent, who also played with the indie rock band the Films, Hearst had spent the years prior pursuing a solo career, utilizing her raw yet melodious and expressive voice to deliver a handful of albums, one of which landed a single, "Hell's Bells," in the 2010 season of True Blood....
Keith Urban
Keith Urban
Began playing a ukulele at age 3, guitar at 6 and was winning country-music talent shows by 8. Moved from Australia to Nashville in 1992 and formed the three-man band the Ranch before developing his solo career....
Jeff Beck
Jeff Beck
While he was as innovative as Jimmy Page, as tasteful as Eric Clapton, and nearly as visionary as Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck never achieved the same commercial success as any of those contemporaries, primarily because of the haphazard way he approached his career....
ZZ Top
ZZ Top
The dance music of Central Europe is combined with West African rhythms by Berlin-based Trio Grande. Incorporating a diverse blend of French bourees, German zwiefaches, Schottische, and waltzes, the group has created a unique dance-inspiring sound....
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Nov 02, 2012 - lakeguy65
Worst venue I have ever been to

For starters Alpharetta doesn't have the road system to support this venue unless your using 400. Parking is a nightmare, however it was free, I guess you get what you pay for. Lower main seating area isn't stepped up between the rows, so you better be at least 6' tall if want to see the show. Oh the folding card table chairs is a nice touch lol. And you better like your neighbor because your going to be rubbing up on him for there is a zero gap between the chairs. If someone gave me free Rolling Stones tickets to Verizon Wireless Aplitheater I wouldn't go it sucks that bad!!!

Jun 01, 2012 - firgodes7
Loved the location!

I honestly didn't even know this place existed till I bought tickets for another concert. The venue was very clean, and there was enough room space everywhere to walk and not bump into people.

The parking is assigned when you buy tickets, and the signage is very clear to read as well as follow. There is a little bit of a walk but honestly it is nothing to major to worry about. When I was there we were in lot B and maybe had a 5 minute walk. There is only one lot that gets shuttled, and that one was N.
The food shops there have a lot of different food choices, like chicken tenders, personal size pizzas, and pretzels and nachos.

The bathrooms were clean,and there was one door for enter and one for exit. So the bathroom didnt get bottle necked.

Traffic leaving was easly controlled,and I was back on 75 south in under 10 minutes! Never had that happen anywhere else.

The only downfall that I have is the lawn is not big like Lakewood (or whatever it's called these days) it may be half of that. So you will get up and close with the people around you.

Other than that this place gets a A++ from me, and I will gladly buy tickets and go there again anytime.

Apr 13, 2012 - jahannah
Great venue!

Don't listen to moronic reviews that suggest parking is terrible. It is very convenient and included in the price of the ticket with a voucher. Anyone who had to take a shuttle must have shown up 10 minutes before the concert.

The acoustics are not concert hall quality, but do you really expect such from what is virtually an outdoor venue. Beer/concessions are not priced any more than other venues in this area. The viewing area, even from the lawn, is quite good and the video screens are well-placed.

All-in-all, a huge improvement over Lakewood, the other big outdoor arena.

Jul 29, 2010 - markp
Not Worth Price of Tickets

Bad acoustics.
Terrible parking (you park and have to take a shuttle to the venue).
Nothing to do in the area afterward.

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