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Stockbridge Amphitheater To Host Box Office Day Party 


Stockbridge Amphitheater To Host Box Office Day Party 

Stockbridge, Georgia– February 8, 2024- The Stockbridge Amphitheater will host its Box Office Day Party on this Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 12 pm to 4 pm. Entry to the event is free. Tickets will be available for purchase for the already confirmed shows for the 2024 Concert Season at the Stockbridge Amphitheater located at 4650 North Henry Boulevard.

Special discounts will be given for concert tickets purchased on Saturday in-person. There will be a live DJ, complimentary refreshments and giveaways at the inaugural day party. Attendees can also experience staff-led tours of the Stockbridge Amphitheater on Saturday afternoon. Community members and media professionals are encouraged to attend. Youth are welcome to attend with supervising adults. A Mother’s Day Weekend Concert with Tyrese and Eric Benet will kick off the concert season on Saturday, May 11, 2024, at 8 pm. 

The 3,200-seat Stockbridge Amphitheater is a premier state of the art concert venue that was the innovative vision of the Stockbridge Mayor and Council. The official grand opening of the venue took place back in September of 2021. The new facility has already drawn major global musical acts.

Stockbridge celebrated 100 years of cityhood in 2020. The City of Stockbridge continues to strive to be the most progressive business and family-oriented community in Metropolitan Atlanta with a strong focus on enhanced quality of life initiatives which promote a sustainable “live, work, play” environment. The City of Stockbridge believes that people are the most valuable asset in delivering services to all citizens. 

For more information on the City of Stockbridge, please visit the website listed below.

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