Ameris bank amphitheatre schedule -INDY 500 Tickets
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Are the lawn seats decent? What is the price of water, hot dogs, and beer??? Will be there Saturday for White Snake & Foreigner
Yes, the lawn seats are quite good; however, be there early so you're not in the back or searching for space as sometimes it can fill up quickly. Water is $5 but you in… more3 years ago1 person found this helpful
How is the view to the stage in section 104? And do u have buy parking passes separate? Need help cause we are coming in October and want to be prepared?
Parking pass is included with your tickets, also section 104 is not bad, really depends on what row. It can get very hot if the seating around is full and no airflow. The parking areas are 5 minutes walk to the gates. Parking areas open only 2 hours… more4 years ago1 person found this helpful
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Slipknot at Ameris Bank on a Saturday night in the Fall is the perfect way to end the long drought of no concerts!
Traffic was a little rough getting out to Alpharetta from in town, but once we got close to the venue, the lines into the parking lots moved pretty quickly. We were given a designated parking lot (they have A, B, and C) when we purchased our tickets, which was helpful because it took the guesswork out of it! We were in Lot A, which is a large grassy field - just an FYI that this lot can be a little hard to traverse if your car is a low rider. I believe Lot B is a parking deck, just something to keep in mind! I was worried the walking distance would be rough, but it was no more than a 5-minute walk to the gate.
Security moved quickly and once inside there were plenty of concession stands for food and beverages. Prices were high but definitely in line with what I have seen at other stadiums, and because of the number of open vendors, lines were short and moved fast and the staff was all so friendly and fun! Bathrooms - large, clean and very short lines!
Having never been to the venue before, we were pleasantly surprised about our seats, they were much closer than we expected to the stage! The acoustics were insanely good and given that we were seeing Slipknot, and were so close, we still didn't feel like our ears were about to pop! It certainly looks like there isn't a bad seat in the house - and the crowd on the lawn looked rowdy and there for a good time!
This venue is definitely a hidden gem - you'd never know it was tucked away in Alpharetta. We really enjoyed the concert and will absolutely look forward to more shows here in the future!
Concerts are back and the staff here was READY! I highly recommend parking in the B lot just because it makes leaving a lot easier at the end of a show.
I sat on the lawn for DMB and both Phish shows and there was not a bad view, however, I do like sitting between 105 and the end as you have easy access to stairs, drinks, bathrooms, and the exit.
When a storm came through, they got on the loud speakers asking everyone to take shelter which is great although the sheltered space is very limited.
Overall GREAT news experience!
The only con about this whole venue is the distance from those in Atlanta. Driving to a Weeknight show is rough because of rush hour.
Everything else is positive! So let's discuss parking since you gotta do that. They have 3 lots: A (actual lot), B (parking garage), and C (no idea because I didn't see it). I parked in B and was concerned of walking distance to the venue but it was not bad at all! Plus covered parking (if it did rain or was blazing hot) is always a plus! There was plenty of staff directing traffic and keeping it moving. Even leaving the venue was SO MUCH EASIER than other large venues on Atlanta.
The venue itself has an entrance on both sides. You go through a metal detector but are not wanded unless you make the detector go off. That was a first. You can bring in a sealed water bottle or an empty water bottle. I always bring an empty reusable water bottle with me.
There are a ton of food vendors plus some food trucks. They offer all types of beverages, but they are pretty expensive.
The bathrooms are large and clean and the line never got too long.
The staff is also super phriendly. They are just doing their job.
I prefer seats versus sitting on the lawn here, but you have a good view from almost anywhere. Plus the sound system is great.
I give it an A!
After attending an event here I can tell you that this is a wonderful place for an outdoor concert or graduation. There is a lawn area behind the fixed seating that also allows for additional seating and spreading out. The sound is clear and being an amphitheater the air flow is great.
There is a concession stand area where you can get drinks and snacks that are kind of pricey but in line with stadium pricing. The parking is plentiful. We parked in lot A which is about a 5-minute walk to the entrance. There are additional parking lots and overflow lots if necessary. Plus they offered golf cart rides for this event for folks who needed extra help getting to the front gate from their vehicle.
If you get a chance to come here for an event I recommend that you go and enjoy the outdoor experience.
Attended the outdoor amphitheater for a high school graduation with every other row blocked off allowing folks to spread out. Great venue!
Truly a fun night! The venue was packed full but people were generally respectful. Traffic getting into the lots was very backed up but did move along. I had checked ahead to see about bringing a lawn chair. I didn't see anything but ended up bringing an outdoor chair that was too high seeing as they only allow low chairs like used at the beach. They do have guest services for item check in. I was able to take the blanket that brought so I sat on it. They announced T-mobile sponsors free lawn chairs through the app but I never found that information. They also have a clear bag policy but that isn't listed on the website either so beware. The bathrooms were well stocked and kept especially considering the number of people and that they were drinking. Exit was well controlled and timely.
The Alantis Morissette show last night was fantastic. Her voice Is amazing and sounds as good as it ever did.. She has great emotion and and put on a wonderful show. There was one huge problem last night and that was that no "bottled" or "cup" water was sold at all at the amphitheater. I do not drink alcohol at all. The only water available was in a can and each can cost $5 (see picture "Liquid Death").
I'm 57 years old, In decent shape but must be able to access and drink water in the August heat at an outside concert. I have tickets to 2 upcoming shows and am very concerned about the water bottles not being sold.
Alanis Morissette on stage with her band. She sounded absolutely fantastic and put on a great show.
Nice venue. Well planned. All seats and lawn good. Food & drink available top of lawn too. Getting in & out easier than Lakewood. Plenty of bathrooms.
4 stars because they allow smoking pretty much everywhere but when seated...right in front of entrance to bathroom. I don't mind but certain others do. Also they have a plastic bag policy that is not well advertised. Went to be venue website multiple times, live nation site.... Nine highlighted a 4*4" pocket book or plastic clear bag. I have both I could have planned and used. But there I was, dumping the contents of my 4*6" purse ito a plastic bag.