Alpharetta's mixed-use development, Avalon, spans 86 acres. Since opening in 2014, it has been expanding with new retail and dining options.

Alpharetta’s Avalon to host weekly drive-in concerts for charity

It’s the summer of drive-in entertainment options. Throughout the metro area, drive-in movie theaters are seeing a surge in popularity and drive-in concert events are popping up.

That includes a new concert series at Alpharetta’s Avalon.

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On Friday nights for the next couple months, the mixed-use development will be holding drive-in concerts. 

“You & your family are invited to safely kick back and enjoy an evening of live music at Avalon,” according to a Facebook event page.

The parking lot near Ted’s Montana Grill will open to guests starting at 5 p.m., then the music will get underway at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 per car, with proceeds going to a different local charity each week.

Guests can also pre-order meals for pickup from select Avalon restaurants each week.

To allow for adequate spacing, the number of tickets sold each week will be limited. Attendees are encouraged to wear masks.

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DETAILS

6-8 p.m., Fridays
Ticket information

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