If you are looking for the perfect place to enjoy live music in Alpharetta, whether for a fun date night idea for couples or a family-friendly night out, Matilda’s Music Under the Pines is your answer.
Here are four things you need to know before heading to Matilda’s Music Under the Pines.
You will actually be able to hear the music
In consideration of the concert goers who come to listen to music, Matilda’s asks that those who want to talk or visit do so before the concert starts, in between songs, or far outside the concert area. Yay! They take pains to see that conversations do not cause a distraction from the performance.
Tickets are affordable
Hubs and I visited Matilda’s for a date night, and we loved seeing so many people enjoying such great music. Ticket prices vary for each show but are around $20 or $30. There is a large meadow for watching the concert, but it doesn’t often fill up. Parking is onsite and very convenient. Keep in mind that children can attend but must have a ticket. Dogs are not encouraged.
Come early for table
There are a number of tables for guests to enjoy, but you’ll want to come early to snag one of those. Otherwise, bring your own chairs to enjoy the show. If you have a number of people joining you, you could also bring a portable table. We saw a handful of people with blankets, but chairs seemed to be the popular choice. There is also a Matildas tradition, that on the day of the concert, you can come by and put your name on a table to reserve it. Otherwise tables and chairs are first come, first served.
Bring food, wine and friends
Matilda’s Under the Pines encourages you to bring dinner and drinks. Pack a cooler with cheese and crackers, sub sandwiches or leftovers. Bring soda, water or a bottle of wine! And by all means, bring your friends!
Disclosure: Thanks to the Alpharetta CVB for gifting us tickets to Matilda’s. We really loved it and can’t wait to go back again with the kiddos.
After 18 years in software development, Lesli bailed on the corporate scene. When she’s not traveling, she’s hiking in the mountains or checking out Atlanta’s culinary scene, whiskey in hand.
Lesli has two kiddos -Cooper and Elliot- plus two bonus kids currently at UGA, and she’s happily married to her soul mate.