A FREE performance honoring Freedom’s Eve and Florida’s Emancipation Day.
This concert was planned in partnership with the Florida Department of State, the John G. Riley Center & Museum, Soul of Southside, and the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority.
This event is free and open to the public. That means anyone can use the seats in the amphitheater, as well as the green space.
For general parking locations, please view the map linked HERE
To ensure greater availability of closer parking for individuals with accessibility needs, patrons with Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles-issued Accessible Parking Placards/Tags will be granted access to park in a reserved lot on the southern corner of E. Gaines/Myers Park Drive and Suwanee Street. Please show your accessible parking placard to the parking attendant to gain access.
Guests with accessibility needs and/or limited mobility may also be dropped off on the west side of this intersection on Suwanee Street.
Accessible parking is also available in the Cascades Garage on South Calhoun Street across from the AC Marriott Hotel. The City of Tallahassee is providing free shuttle service to the amphitheater area for patrons who have parked in the Cascades Garage and request assistance. Please note, there is an hourly fee to park in this garage.
FOOD and BEVERAGE
We will announce food vendors closer to the event
Freedom’s Eve Emancipation Concert is made possible in part by a grant from:
Additional support provided by: