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Visitor Info

PARKING FOR CONCERTS AT SARASOTA OPERA HOUSE

La Musica provides FREE valet parking at the Sarasota Opera House (tipping encouraged). We hope you will use this easy and convenient service, which has been underutilized in prior seasons.

Public parking is available at the Palm Avenue garage located directly behind the Opera House. YOU CAN PARK FREE IF THE TOTAL TIME IS UNDER 3 HOURS, which will be the case for most La Musica concert patrons. Collect a ticket from the automated machine upon entry, take the ticket with you, and when you depart the garage after the concert you will simply insert the ticket into one of the machines at any of the three exits. Two exits are by the entrance and one is via the alley behind the Opera House. If you park for OVER three hours you will need to pay and validate your ticket at the machine near the elevator; cash and credit cards are accepted at this machine. The charges are $3.00 for parking stays between three and four hours, and $1.00 per hour for any additional hours. To save time for you and other patrons please pay BEFORE returning to your car. Then when you exit, simply insert your paid ticket into one of the machines at any of the three exits.

Public parking is also available on the second and third floors ONLY of the 2nd Street parking garage, near Whole Foods. Parking is free for up to four hours in this location, and it is within two blocks of the Opera House.

PLAN YOUR VISIT TO SARASOTA

Sarasota offers world-class attractions such as The Ringling, the award-winning Siesta Beach, and Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium. Take in a play at one of the many theaters. Shopping opportunities include everything from vintage and farmers markets to high-end stores and the popular St. Armands Circle. Restaurant options are endless, and you can “eat like a local” to suit your budget and tastes.

Neighboring Manatee County has much to entertain a visitor as well. Get a feel of island life by taking a Gulfside drive through Bradenton Beach, Holmes Beach and Anna Maria Island. Robinson Preserve gives the nature lover plenty to do and offers a spectacular view of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Village of the Arts is a destination diverse with eateries and art galleries occupying colorful old Florida cottages. For the avid bargain shopper, Ellenton’s Premium Outlets is a must.

Make the most of your visit to Sarasota by exploring these websites.
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