Booth Amphitheatre is a performing arts venue in Cary, North Carolina. The facility is owned and operated by the Town of Cary. The venue is managed by SMG. Booth Amphitheatre is named after the former Cary mayor Koka Booth.
Booth Amphitheatre is located on Regency Parkway in southern Cary, which can be accessed by US 1/US 64 via the Tryon Road exit. The venue predominantly serves the surrounding Triangle area and features annual music events like Summerfest with the North Carolina Symphony, Movies by Moonlight with WakeMed, Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass and Country Music Series, Hob Nob Jazz Series along with many other festivals, races, and popular Music Artists. Hosting over 60 events between the months of April – October, Booth Amphitheatre offers something for everyone in a beautiful natural setting.
Built in 2001, Booth Amphitheatre is unlike any other venue in the area. Designed by architect William Rawn Associates of Boston, the park has been described as truly magnificent. Located among 14 acres of stately hardwoods and pines and beautifully situated next to Symphony Lake, the Amphitheatre blends with its natural setting. Booth Amphitheatre boasts the capacity for 7,000 people, so patrons can enjoy a seat on our spacious lawn or specially designed Crescent deck.