Here’s another addition to Atlanta’s spring and summer concert season! Concerts by the Springs is a FREE series that takes place on the second Sunday of each month, from May to September. It takes place in Sandy Springs, at the Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park, located just outside the Perimeter off Roswell Road.
Gates open at 5 p.m. on concert days and there is no earlier entry. The concerts start at 7 p.m. and last approximately 90 minutes.
For more information, see the event website or keep scrolling!
Know before you go…
You’re welcome to bring picnic baskets and coolers and there will be also food trucks on site, with beer, wine, sodas, and water available for purchase.
Seating is on the lawn. You’re invited to bring beach chairs and blankets, but no tables are permitted. You can even bring an umbrella to shade your picnic, but you must remove it when the concert begins.
The organizers ask that you do not spread out over an excessive amount of lawn space.
Dancing is permitted in the hard areas to to the sides and in front of the stage, but please be respectful of others’ view of the stage.
No smoking is allowed on park grounds, and pets are allowed (other than service animals).
Free parking is available in designated lots off Sandy Springs Place and Sandy Springs Circle, including the Sandy Springs Methodist Church’s Activities Center. Handicapped parking is available in front of the main Heritage Museum building on a first come, first served basis.
Please do NOT park in shopping centers or in front of businesses. This includes the City Walk shopping center (Kroger) and Centre Court (formerly Ace Hardware). You may be towed or ticketed for parking improperly.
View the parking map here.
The concert schedule
- Sunday, May 12 – The Return
- Sunday, June 9 – Saved by the Band
- Sunday, July 14 – Departure
- Sunday, August 11 – Atlanta Brass Cats
- Sunday, September 8 – BandX
Upgrade your experience
While the concerts feature FREE general admission, there are a couple of ways to upgrade.
You can buy a table for the season (comes with six chairs, but you may bring two more for a strict limit of eight). The website contains no prices or added information about this, and includes only this email for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, a ticketed Taproom Tastings event will precede each concert. Tickets are $10 to $15 and allow you to sample a selection of craft beers and wines before the music start. Buy tickets here.
More FREE outdoor summer concerts:
Monday, August 17, 2020