Parking: $5 per car | Seating in front of stage available for a fee available at the box office or TOC booth next to stage.
Reserved Seating tickets available at the Amphitheatre Box office; also online at http://boothamphitheatre.com/
10:00a.m – Gates open
11:00a.m – Cultural Programs begin
10:30a.m – Exhibitions and Bazaar open
12:15p.m – Inauguration and Address by Chief Guest- Mayor of Cary Harold Weinbrecht and Announcement of the Proclamation
12:45p.m – Cultural Programs Continue
5:15p.m – Address by Chief Guest
6:30p.m – Live in Concert: Kavita Krishnamurti, Ambi Subramanium and Shurjo Bhattacharya
8:30p.m – Fireworks display
Where to park:
Once you turn on to Regency Parkway, keep driving all the way to the Booth Amphitheater entrance on your left-hand side and park as directed by the parking personnel. Parking costs $5 and we will have C-Tran (Town of Cary) shuttles operating between authorized parking lots and the Amphitheater. There are plenty of parking spaces available. Additionally, for your convenience, premium parking is always available, very close to the main entrance, at $15.
NOTE – It has come to our attention that some of the private parking lots near the Amphitheatre might charge as high as $15 for parking spaces. They are not Hum Sub / Amphitheater-authorized parking areas. For instance, 8000 Regency Parkway is one of them. They are the first ones on your right as you get on to Regency Parkway. We recommend not to park there.
Where to sit and what to wear:
You may bring your lawn chairs and blankets as the weather will be on the cooler side. Please dress for colder weather since the temperatures tend to dip during the evenings.
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