Buckhead Theatre Tickets

Buckhead Theatre Tickets

6/19

Wed

XOMG POP!
6:30 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$28+
6/20

Thu

Brian Regan
7:30 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$207+
6/21

Fri

Brian Regan
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
6/22

Sat

Brian Regan
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$81+
6/28

Fri

Charlie Zaa
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$53+
6/30

Sun

Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$48+
7/17

Wed

JXDN
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$25+
7/19

Fri

Trouble No More
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$34+
7/20

Sat

Bop To The Top
9:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$40+
7/24

Wed

John Bishop
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$56+
7/25

Thu

DIIV
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$40+
7/27

Sat

$not
6:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$46+
7/27

Sat

Cochise
6:30 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
7/28

Sun

D'Aydrian Harding
8:00 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA
$56+
8/2

Fri

The Volunteers
7:30 PMBuckhead TheatreAtlanta, GA

About Buckhead Theatre

Buckhead Theatre

Buckhead Theatre is a performing arts venue in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, located north of the city’s downtown area. The venue first opened in 1930 as a second-run movie theater that also hosted the Buckhead Symphony Orchestra. However, it was later converted into a concert venue, becoming one of the most popular venues in Atlanta for live music during the 1990s and 2000s. Prominent musicians like the Dixie Chicks, Gavin DeGraw, Harry Styles, Lou Reed, The Offspring, Ray Charles, Talking Heads, and countless others have performed there. Naturally, the Buckhead Theatre has undergone several renovations over the years, most recently in 2018. For concerts, the Buckhead Theatre has a capacity of 1,800 people.

Where are the Best Places to Sit at the Buckhead Theatre

The Buckhead Theatre features a small general admission floor area, which is the best place for visitors who want to be as close to the stage as possible. Short of that, the center section of the balcony might feature the best seats in the venue, as it has a direct view of the stage and enough elevation for a full view of everything. While the main level of the venue is closer than the seats in the balcony, there are a lot of rows, so not all seats in the main section are created equal, especially those that are further back.

Tips for Visiting the Buckhead Theatre

Outside of the Balcony, all seats at the Buckhead Theatre are general admission. If you are hoping to be close to the stage or have your pick of seats, it’s best to arrive early. For most performances, the doors at the Buckhead Theatre open an hour ahead of time. Also, there is no centralized parking at the Buckhead Theatre, so try to plan your parking arrangements ahead of time. There are several surface lots in the area, and the nearest MARTA station is less than a mile away, so there are multiple options for people who don’t live in the Buckhead neighborhood. 

Food to Try at the Buckhead Theatre

The Buckhead Theatre has a kitchen and a food menu for guests. Some of the best items available are sliders, street tacos, and loaded nachos. There are also veggie wraps, giving visitors a vegetarian option. At the same time, the Buckhead Theatre is located in an area with a lot of restaurants and bars nearby. For instance, there is a Spanish tapas restaurant called The Iberian Pig, a fine-dining place called The Capital Grille, and a pizza shop called Blue Moon Pizza of Buckhead.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Buckhead Theatre located?

Buckhead Theatre is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

What kind of events does the Buckhead Theatre host?

As a live-entertainment theatre, Buckhead Theatre events mainly center around concerts. 

Where can I park for free at Buckhead Theatre?

There are no official parking lots at Buckhead Theatre events. But, don’t fret, as there is an abundance of public parking lots in the vicinity of the venue. Generally speaking, the further you park, the cheaper the rate. 

What is the seating capacity of the Buckhead Theatre?

Buckhead Theatre events can accommodate up to 1,800 cheering fans. 

Who owns the Buckhead Theatre?

Buckhead Theatre is owned by Charles Loudermilk. 

How do I get to Buckhead Theatre using public transport?

Fans wishing to reach Buckhead Theatre events on public transport are in luck. Due to its central location, fans can rely on the subway, several bus routes, and taxi services to reach the venue.