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Located in the heart of historic Downtown Kennesaw, off Cherokee Street and Big Shanty Drive, visit The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater at Depot Park. The amphitheater features a 50 x 42 ft stage, with back of house! The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater can hold up to 3,000 people on the lawn.

The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater at Depot Park is home to many annual Kennesaw events including Salute to America,  A Day with Santa and host to several other events throughout the year.

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Countdown to Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening Celebration

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Vendors

Vendors are invited to participate in the Kennesaw Concert Series! Vending times will be from 6:00 – 9:30 PM at each show. The booth fee is $75 for single food and beverage, $125 for multiple food and beverage.

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Reserved Chairs

Reserved seating is available for $10 per chair. The location of the chairs will be on the first two rows of the tiered turn lawn. The number of chairs are limited and will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Chairs will be randomly assigned.

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General Seating

Apart from the reserved chairs, all seating will be General Admission. Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or a comfortable, low-back chair. As a courtesy to others, shade umbrellas, canopies or any obstruction limiting the view of other spectators will not be permitted.


Sponsors

The City of Kennesaw’s concert series would not be possible without the support of local businesses and organizations. Limited sponsor opportunities are available for the Kennesaw Concert Series.

For more information on Sponsorship, please contact Mara Clauson.
mclauson@kennesaw-ga.gov.com | 770-422-9714

2024 Kennesaw Concert Series


June 14


Leah Belle Faser 

Georgia native Leah Belle Faser brings an authentic musical style that breaks down the walls of many different music genres, but remains grounded in a sound seasoned with country, pop, rock and folk influences. Her powerful yet soulful voice brings to life the emotional, energizing, and thought provoking lyrics of her original Americana music as well as the songs of favorite artists like Patsy Cline, Linda Ronstadt, Janis Joplin and Brandi Carlile. Believing music and artistic expression to be a true connection among individuals from different backgrounds, Leah strives to build lyrics that are honest and emotional around melodies that move the soul.


September in the Park

September In The Park takes pride in celebrating the music of Earth Wind & Fire with a precision, unlike any other. The band members have honed their skills to perfectly recreate the incredible horn arrangements and vocal harmonies that both groups are known for. From the funky bass lines to the powerful horns and sultry vocals, September In The Park offers a truly unique and unforgettable entertainment experience. One that will leave you speechless and raving for days after the performance.



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September 14


Face 2 Face Tribute to Elton John & Billy Joel

U.S.A.’s 1st and longest running tribute to BILLY JOEL & ELTON JOHN. Taking turns at an onstage piano, the dual tribute artists of the Billy Joel/Elton John Face-2-Face Tribute Show conjure the beloved songsters in both sound and image. Backed by some the best and most sought after musicians in the business, Levittown NY native MIKE SANTORO’s fingers flash up and down the keys on “Angry Young Man” before he belts out high-energy Billy Joel classics such as “Movin Out”, “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant” and more.

Following Santoro’s set, of the roughly three-hour show, RONNIE SMITH dons the iconic sunglasses and bedazzled suits of Elton John as he charts his style from the ‘70s to the present. Timeless anthems such as “Tiny Dancer” and the epic treasure “Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding” mixed with more whimsical material such as “Crocodile Rock” and the fictional rock-group narrative “Bennie and the Jets.”

For the 3rd act, both artists hit the stage for the grand finale, trading the spotlight with more of the best of Billy Joel and Elton John. For over a decade, this event is not one to be missed!

November 9


To Be Announced

Location & Parking

The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater at Depot Park is located at 2828 Cherokee Street, across from the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History. When events are not taking place, parking is available at the parking lot off Big Shanty Drive.

During major City events at Depot Park, Cherokee Street will be closed from Main Street to Big Shanty Drive.

Public parking will NOT be available at Depot Park for City events. Limited handicap parking will be available at Depot Park.

FREE public parking will be available at the following locations:

  • Adams Park & the Ben Robertson Community Center, 2600 Park Drive
  • Along Lewis Street, between North Main Street & Dallas Street
  • Surface parking behind Revival on Main
  • First floor of the parking deck at Revival on Main

View the Downtown Parking Map!

The City of Kennesaw mobile app features a parking map for the downtown area. Using the map, app users can see what specific parking lots are open and follow directions to all downtown public parking lots using the phones’ map system. The City of Kennesaw mobile app is available on both the Apple App Store & Google Play!

Contact Us


City of Kennesaw, Parks & Recreation
2753 Watts Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144
770-422-9714
kennesawparksandrecdept@kennesaw-ga.gov

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