Escape to a glittering Atlanta patio this spring at these enchanting Candlelight classical music concerts.
You can still experience an absolutely magical (and safe) springtime treat here in Atlanta, and part of that is thanks to the amazing outdoor spaces the city has to offer. Luckily, Fever Originals is bringing its wildly popular Candlelight concert series to open-air venues for the season, from beautifully-lit barns, and stunning terraces to enchanting secret gardens.
The series showcases classical music performances in an utterly magical setting, as top musicians are completely surrounded by flickering candlelight. For the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.
And of course, the new open-air venues will allow for a stylish but safe socially distant setting. Enjoy an amazing night outdoors while being whisked away by the beautiful, tranquil sounds of classical numbers.
In addition to classical music, Fever’s Candlelight concerts will showcase Jazz and the Black Experience by PureSoul Atlanta, and so much more! Providing ATL with both a classical and contemporary mix, all composed by the greats.
There will be two shows each evening with time beforehand at most locations to enjoy some drinks or a bite. Please note that the earlier performance will take place during daylight hours, so the space will not be quite as dark, but still just as enchanting!
Locations include the historic Trolley Barn in the lovely tree-lined neighborhood of Inman Park, an 1880 barn that has been restored in all its rustic glory. You’ll be seated on their charming outdoor patio. Also, if you’re a fan of Disney then this should be music to your mouse-ears. The second venue bringing us candlelit magic is Piedmont Garden Tent, with nights dedicated to some pretty magical film soundtracks. Piedmont’s enchanting setting guarantees a spectacle like no other.
Food and beverages are available for additional purchase. If you’re going to the Trolley Barn, you can also bring your own alcoholic beverages with you to the concert, as it’s only nonalcoholic drinks for sale. Wine, beer, and canned spirits are allowed; no other alcoholic beverages are permitted. If you plan to bring alcoholic beverages, you will be asked to show valid identification and will receive a wristband upon arrival.
For events at Trolley Barn, tickets are purchased in groups of two. For Piedmont Gardens, the venue sells single tickets. Seating is first come, first served.
Don’t miss out on what’s sure to be one of Atlanta’s most popular spring and summer events! Purchase your tickets to this incredible concert series here.
All shows will follow the government guidelines for safety measures and the events will always operate at safe capacities set out by law.