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Greenfield Lake Amphitheater is one of the most magical and intimate settings to ever see a concert. It’s nestled in a basen of the Cape Fear River and is surrounded by hundred year old cypress trees, NC long leaf pines, and 180 degrees of water. Don’t be alarmed if you see an alligator or snapping turtle posted up on the bank taking in the concert sounds. Most Greenfield Lake concerts are general admission as we believe that the best way to enjoy the show is with your friends. So come early to get in the front row, or take your time getting here, as there really isn’t a bad seat in the house. Whatever you do, be sure you bring your dancing shoes and your good vibes, because that is really what makes Greenfield Lake Amphitheater the best venue in the Southeast to see a show.
No. Greenfield Lake has about 900 seats, although the capacity is larger. If you want a seat, make sure you arrive early to claim one. Note, some shows are reserved seating, but most shows are general admission.
Portable ATM’s are brought on site for some shows. The closest off site ATM is located at the Bank of America at the corner of Carolina Beach Rd. and Tennessee Avenue less than a quarter mile from the amphitheater.
With the exception of Shakespeare on the Green productions, NO outside food and beverages are permitted inside the amphitheater. The amphitheater has a full service concession stand on site, serving sandwiches, snacks, and beverages including wine and beer. The concession stand currently accepts cash only.
The best place to park for shows at the amphitheater is in the grassy area along Lakeshore Drive between North Carolina Avenue and Honeysuckle Dr. please be aware that Elderhaus next to the venue is now in forcing towing. They have a small patch of lot but it is marked with no parking signs. If you park there you will be towed. The easiest and most accessible entrance is from North Carolina Avenue off of Carolina Beach Rd. On street parking along Lakeshore Drive is also permitted. Parking along Amphitheater Drive is discouraged due to the difficulty in exiting this area after a show.
Camera policies vary from event to event. Video cameras and cameras with detachable lenses are always prohibited. Non professional cameras and camera phones are permitted at most events. Specific inquiries should be directed to promoters, as they set the policy for individual shows.
We’ve had a lot of inquiry in the past about parents wondering if they need to buy a ticket for their child for the concerts at Greenfield. The policy is on a concert by concert by basis depending on the promoter, however, typically Children 5 and under are allowed in FREE of charge and do NOT need a ticket.
The information provided here is collected from a number of sources to provide a comprehensive list of events scheduled at Greenfield Amphitheater. We do our best to make sure all the information is accurate such as dates, times, ticket prices, etc.. We are not responsible for inaccuracies regarding information about the events posted on this site, please read our DISCLAIMER for more information. Always check with the Production company sponsoring each event or the City of Wilmington to confirm each scheduled event.
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