Transportation, Directions & Parking
ALERT: Do NOT park on the residential streets surrounding Piedmont Park!
The residential streets near the park are now designated Residential Parking Only and your vehicles WILL be ticketed or towed. Fines for parking on residential-only streets during festivals are now $75.00! We don’t want your festival experience to end on a negative note, so please make arrangements for alternative transport. Check out some options below.
For those of you who are unable to use alternative transportation, we have partnered with SPOT HERO, the nation’s leading parking reservation app. To reserve your parking spot today, visit the Atlanta Jazz Festival SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
Avoid parking altogether and get dropped off with Lyft! Lyft is the smartest way to get around. One tap and a car comes directly to you. Your driver knows exactly where to go.
By Bike/On Foot
Park entrances open to pedestrians and cyclists include:
- Park Drive Bridge (access Park Drive from Monroe Drive)
- 10th Street & Charles Allen (park runs along 10th Street from just west of Monroe Drive on 10th Street to a block short of Piedmont Avenue & 10th Street)
- Piedmont Avenue & 12th Street
- Piedmont Avenue & 14th Street
Ride your bicycle to the park! The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will have a FREE bike valet station located on 10th Street near Park Tavern for you to hop off of the Beltline and safely store your wheels during the festivities. Don’t own a bicycle? You can rent one! Check out www.atlantabike.org/rentals
The following park entrances are wheelchair accessible: 12th Street Gate; 14th Street Gate; Charles Allen Drive Gate; Park Drive. Please note that festival visitors should bring their own wheelchairs, canes, etc. The festival does not provide wheelchairs or walking aids.