GSO Jazz! performances are held at the:
Earl Smith Strand Theatre
117 North Park Square
Marietta, GA 30060
Seating is first come, first served and accommodations for patrons with disabilities are available.
Cobb County Parking Garage (between Cherokee and Waddell Streets) is free to the public after 5 PM and on weekends. Accessible parking spots are available.
From the East: From I-75, take the GA 120 ALT/North Marietta Parkway to Marietta. Turn left on to Church Street and proceed to the Marietta Square. To reach the Cobb County Parking Garage, turn left onto Mill Street and, in one block, left on to Cherokee Street. The parking garage will be on your immediate right.
From the West: West From Dallas, Hiram and points west, take GA 120/Dallas Highway to the Marietta Square or use Austell and Powders Springs Road, heading east by north east. Turn left on Atlanta Street and proceed to the Marietta Square.
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.
The Earl Smith Strand Theatre has four aisle seats have been adapted with pivoting aisle arm rests which can be lifted from a horizontal user position to a vertical transfer position so that it is parallel to the back of the chair, allowing an individual in a wheelchair or with other disabilities easy access into and out of the chair. (G101, J2, T2, T1) Four removable seats make room for two wheelchairs on the front row. (B101 & B102; B107 & B108) Two additional areas in the back row accommodate two wheelchairs, each with one to two companion seats to one side. (Row W)
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.