Getting Here

Public Parking

Pre-pay $12 per day
Pull-up $15
Pre-Pay $30 for all (3) day pass

Click here to purchase parking.

Two things to know before you go:

For ease of entry, PLEASE PRINT YOUR TICKET prior to leaving for the event.  The producers of SweetWater 420Fest can not insure your cellphone will have adequate service to provide for Mobile ticketing.

We strongly recommend using Marta, Uber or Safe Ride for transport to the event.

Using Marta:

General Admission – Day of Cash Sales:

Use the Peachtree Center or CNN Center Marta Station:

Peachtree Center Station:

  • Look for green blazes to mark the way as you exit the platform up the Peachtree Street stairs/escalator.
  • Continue up to street level.
  • Once at the street, head left down Peachtree to Andrew Young International Blvd (Hard Rock Cafe is your landmark).
  • Cross Peachtree St and continue down Andrew Young to Centennial Olympic Park Drive (COPD).
  • Cross COPD at Andrew Young (Waffle House on your right and Ferris Wheel on your left is your landmark).
  • Look for the green and white striped tent marking the entrance.

CNN Center/Phillips Arena Marta Station:

  • Look for blue blazes to mark the way as you exit the platform and continue up to Centennial Olympic Park Drive (COPD) street level.
  • Once at the street, continue down COPD past Phillips Arena and CNN Center to Marietta Street.
  • Cross Marietta St at COPD. Turn left and head down Marietta Street approximately one block to the Blue Gate.
  • The Blue Gate on Marietta will take advance general admission ticket holders and day of general admission sales. Look for the blue and white striped tent marking the entrance.

General Admission Ticket Holders:

  • Take Marta to the CNN Center/Phillips Arena Station.
  • Look for blue blazes to mark the way as you exit the platform and continue up to Centennial Olympic Park Drive (COPD) street level.
  • Once at the street, continue down COPD past Phillips Arena and CNN Center to Marietta Street.
  • Cross Marietta St at COPD. Turn left and head down Marietta Street approximately one block to the Blue Gate.
  • The Blue Gate on Marietta will take advance general admission ticket holders and day of general admission sales. Look for the blue and white striped tent marking the entrance.

VIP Ticket Holders:

  • Take Marta to the Peachtree Center Station.
  • Look for yellow blazes to mark the way as you exit the platform up the Peachtree Street stairs/escalator.
  • Continue up to street level.
  • Once at the street, head right down Peachtree to John Portman Blvd (1st street light).
  • Cross Peachtree St (Wells Fargo bank is your landmark) and continue down Portman to Centennial Olympic Park Drive (COPD).
  • Turn right and continue down COPD one block to Baker Street. (toward World of Coke) Cross COPD at Baker.
  • Continue down Baker to the VIP Entrance/Yellow Gate. Look for the yellow and white striped tent marking the entrance.

Guest Ticket Holders:

  • Take Marta to the Peachtree Center Station.
  • Look for red blazes to mark the way as you exit the platform up the Peachtree Street stairs/escalator.
  • Continue up to street level.
  • Once at the street, head right down Peachtree to John Portman Blvd (1st street light).
  • Cross Peachtree St (Wells Fargo bank is your landmark) and continue down Portman to Centennial Olympic Park Drive (COPD).
  • The Guest Entrance/Red Gate is at COPD and Portman. Look for the red and white striped tent marking the entrance.

Safe Ride Now

Using SafeRide:

SafeRide is providing free (tip to driver only) ride service to all 420 Fest guests on a first come first serve basis. You can book your ride at the SafeRide booth where we will have driver teams on site ready to get you and your car home safely or you may schedule your ride using the ‘SafeRideNow’ app available for download on your iPhone or Android device.

Accessibility:

The Sweetwater 420 Fest at Centennial Olympic Park is an ADA accessible event space for both general admission and VIP patrons. Accessible entrance points will be located at general admission gates - along Andrew Young International Blvd at Marietta Street and at Centennial Olympic Park Drive.

The event is in close proximity to many parking facilities that offer accessibility parking, including the Georgia World Congress Center’s Red Deck (see http://www.gwcc.com/directions/parking/).