Doors open at 6 p.m. (5:30 for Platinum ticket holders).
Purchase tickets online or in person at Garden Admissions. Garden Members present membership card at Admissions or enter member number online to receive the discount. Look up your member number here. Donor level Garden members and above may also call 404-591-1539 for Platinum Tickets, which grants early entrance through the Hardin Visitor Center, reserved parking and concierge service for any pre-ordered food. Sales tax and transaction fee not included. The Garden is the only official sales venue for Concerts in the Garden tickets.
Pre-order meal information from Longleaf (Atlanta) and Talk of the Town (Gainesville) available soon.
QUICK HITS: KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
- Security: For your own safety, firearms are not allowed in the Garden in Atlanta or Gainesville, so please allow time for entering because all bags will be checked thoroughly by security.
- Weather: All shows are rain or shine. Umbrellas are permitted at user’s own risk. Every effort is made to continue with the show during rain. No refunds are issued in the event that extreme weather causes a cancellation. Check the Garden’s homepage for up-to-the-minute information on the night of a performance.
- Parking: Atlanta offers extremely limited $10 on-site parking ($5 for 4 or more people per vehicle) in the SAGE Parking Facility on a first-come, first-serve basis. Multi-Visit SAGE Parking Passes are valid on concert nights. Please consider alternative means of transportation.
- Seating: In Atlanta, all tickets are general admission on the Great Lawn in Atlanta. Blankets are welcome. For the enjoyment of all, lawn chairs must have low backs (below the neck) and legs shorter than 10 inches (a basketball can’t roll under). Lawn chair restrictions will be strictly enforced. The Great Lawn is wheelchair accessible. The Garden kindly asks that all concert attendees be courteous to guests sitting around you. If you plan to stand or dance while the audience remains seated, please do so near the edges of the Great Lawn as to not block the view of others.
- Kids and Pets: Children ages two or younger receive free admission. All others require a ticket. The only pets allowed on Garden grounds are special-assist animals.
ABOUT BRUCE HORNSBY & THE NOISEMAKERS
Bruce Hornsby, the creatively insatiable pianist and singer-songwriter from Williamsburg, Virginia, always has succeeded on his exceptional gifts, his training, and his work ethic. He became a global name in music by reimagining American roots forms as songs that moved with the atmospheric grace of jazz. “The Way It Is” defined sonic joy on the radio, however as a hit record it also evidenced a thrilling re-structuring, and during the years afterward Hornsby, in staggeringly diverse ways, has kept going.
He has returned to traditional American roots forms, collaborating with Ricky Skaggs. He has played with the Grateful Dead. He has fused the plunk and dazzle of twentieth-century modernist classical composition to singer-songwriter emotional inquiries. He has scored films. He has performed with symphony orchestras. If the sound of an arrogant air-conditioner or a stretch of rude playing caught his ear, he has entered the hallowed doors of the conservatories of punk. So when Hornsby describes Absolute Zero, his new album, as “a compendium of what I like and moves me,” don’t expect perhaps a thing or two new. Prepare for a multi-faceted ride.