Billy Strings

Sheryl Crow

Chris Stapleton

Collective Soul & Switchfoot

Culture Club

Little Big Town

Andrew Bird

The Lumineers

Lake Street Dive

Kidz Bop


Cary's Koka Booth Amphitheatre is a vibrant outdoor shed playing host to some of the biggest touring shows in the country. National acts such as Alison Krauss, Billy Strings, Harry Connick, Jr., Chris Stapleton, Robert Plant, Sheryl Crow, Ziggy Marley, and more have performed under the stars to stellar crowds. Nestled in a grove of stately pines Koka Booth Amphitheatre is like no other venue. Owned by the Town of Cary and managed by ASM Global, the venue is located in Cary, North Carolina.

In addition to national acts, the venue is the summer home to the NC Symphony Summerfest Series. The venue serves the surrounding Triangle but attracts visitors from across the state and beyond. Hosting over sixty events between the months of April – October, Koka Booth Amphitheatre promotes a variety of events including food festivals, and large-scale community events like the Hum Sub Diwali Festival, Oktoberfest, and July 4th celebrations. The venue has received wide acclaim for the annual NC Chinese Lantern Festival which utilizes the entire grounds of the venue with amazing silk sculptures from November – January drawing more than 216,000 visitors in 2023.

Built in 2001, Koka Booth Amphitheatre was designed by architect William Rawn Associates of Boston. With seating for 7,000, patrons can choose from seats in the Gold Circle, on the covered Deck, or on the venue's pristine spacious lawn.

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