The closest MARTA station is the Lakewood MARTA station on the south red/gold rail line. At the station, riders can transfer for free to one of the below bus routes to reach the venue. Tell the bus driver your destination, or pull the cord on the sides of the bus to indicate a stop. It is about a 10 minute ride to/from the station for both routes.
Bus 42 Stops near both Lakewood entrances and is the most frequent bus route to the amphitheatre. Exit the bus at Langford Parkway and Lakewood Way for the Lakewood Entrance (all will call available) or exit at Pryor Road and Pryor Circle right before the stoplight for the Pryor Box Office (Ticketmaster will call only). This stop is the shortest walk to the main amphitheatre entrance. Bus 42 also continues on to the Five Points Station, so for your return trip, you could get on the first bus that arrives in either direction to reconnect with the rail line.
Transfer to bus 178 and exit the bus at Lakewood Avenue and Macon Drive. All will call tickets can be picked up here.
MARTA + Uber
If you don’t want to take the bus, request an Uber car at the station. Use promo code MARTAGuide to get $20 off your first ride.
- If you don’t ride MARTA often, purchase a Breeze card with a roundtrip fare at the start of your trip. Buses do accept cash (one way fare is $2.50) should you need to pay that way, but bus drivers cannot make change and you do not get a free transfer to the train.
- Trains stop running shortly after 1 a.m., so plan to be back at the station by 12:30 a.m. to allow enough time for rail travel. It is better to return earlier than later, as the area isn’t as safe as being in Midtown or Buckhead.
- Use the MARTA on the Go app for real-time train schedules and bus route information.