Attending an Event

All GSO Orchestra performances will be held at the Marietta Performing Arts Center unless otherwise indicated. These include Holiday Pops, Pictures at the Symphony and the Sensory Friendly Concert.

Marietta Performing Arts Center
Marietta High School
1171 Whitlock Ave NW
Marietta, GA 30064
(770) 429-2390

All concerts at the Marietta Performing Arts Center are reserved seating except for the Sensory Friendly Concert, where flexibility will be used to accommodate sensory sensitive patrons.

Parking

Parking at the Marietta Performing Arts Center is free and plentiful. Reserved accessible parking is available.

Directions

From the East: From I-75, take the GA 120 ALT/North Marietta Parkway to Marietta. Turn right onto GA 120 or Whitlock Avenue and continue west. Turn left into Marietta High School for free parking.

From the West: West From Dallas, Hiram and points west, take GA 120/Dallas Highway and continue east. Turn right into Marietta High School for free parking.

Seating Chart

Marietta Performing Arts Center Seating Chart

Click to enlarge view of seating chart.

Accessibility

The GSO is committed to providing access for everyone. No patron will be denied entrance to a concert because of accessibility needs. Patrons with disabilities who would like to purchase GSO tickets or need information about disability services should call (770) 429-2390.

Wheelchair Seating

Wheelchairs are available upon request at the Access Service Center for patrons who need assistance getting to their seats. A staff member or an usher will assist you. These seats are available at every price level. GSO can also accommodate the accessibility needs of patrons not in wheelchairs. Please contact Susan Stensland at (770) 429-2390 or sstensland@georgiasymphony.org for assistance.

Service Animals

Service animals accompanying patrons with disabilities are welcome. Patrons should inform a representative when purchasing tickets over the phone at (770) 429-2390.

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

Ushers and security personnel have been trained in proper procedures for emergency situations. These staff members will have the primary duty of assisting patrons with disabilities to specific locations.

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