9th Annual Alzheimer's Music Festival 2022 - Atlanta, GA
3110 Roswell Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305, USA
Help make a difference, and have fun doing it! After hosting the Alzheimer’s Music Fest for the past 8 years in the Atlanta area and beyond, founder/singer/songwriter, Vince Albert Zangaro, and Dementia Spotlight Foundation are thrilled to bring this important cause and fundraiser back to Georgia.
Featuring a few of the most iconic bands to come out of Georgia—Cracker, Arrested Development, and Drivin n Cryin, this year’s festival is being held at Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta’s historic concert venue on February 4, 2022. Join us for a evening of amazing music, food/drink, laughs and loads of fun. Visit our vendor displays and learn more about Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease and its impact on our nation and community.
More than 6 million Americans & 15 million caregivers are living with Dementia today. Without a cure in our near future, we must take action for change and focus on providing care. Caring for persons and families living with dementia is overwhelming and costly. Through our past music festivals, Dementia Spotlight Foundation has gifted over 7,000 hours of free respite care to families living with dementia.
Help us do more! With your purchase of just one general admission festival ticket, we will be able to gift 2 hours of respite relief for a family. A purchase of one VIP ticket provides 4 hours of respite relief OR supports 8 individuals with ongoing support group sessions. A simple way to help and have fun at the same time! To learn more about us and how to support persons and families living with Dementia, go to www.dementiaspotlightfoundation.org.
Set-Times Will Be Released Soon! Stay Tuned!
Dementia Spotlight Foundation is dedicated to keeping our guests, staff, and artists as safe as possible during the Covid-19 pandemic. We will be monitoring and adhering to guidelines, mandates, and procedures as recommended by the CDC, City of Atlanta, and our partner, Live Nation. Please refer to our covid precautions below, but be aware, these are subject to change before the concert in February. If any updates are made, guests will be notified via email and through our social media pages. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Guests will be required to show proof of fully complete vaccination status or a negative covid test taken within 48 hours of the event. Photos of vaccine cards or immunization records will be accepted. Only PCR or antigen tests will be accepted; at-home test results will not.
Guests will be required to wear a mask while at the event with the exception of when eating or drinking.
Live Nation currently has a clear bag policy in place to help reduce staff contact with guest belongings. Small clutch bags (4.5"x6.5" or smaller) will be permited. Any bags larger than this should be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC.
All Buckhead Theatre and Dementia Spotlight Foundation staff will be fully vaccinated. The venue will be fully sanitized before and during the event, and will also have hand sanitizing stations available throughout the theatre.
We are following the latest guidance from local health officials to ensure your safety during the show. What you can expect from us:
Hand sanitizer available throughout our venue
Our team will be geared up with masks and gloves
Reduced capacity and implemented social distancing
Continuously cleaning & sanitizing our venue throughout the show
Guests are prohibited from bringing weapons into the venue. Weapons include, but are not limited to, the following: firearms, explosives, stun guns, handcuffs, brass knuckles, sticks, clubs, batons, martial arts instruments, pepper spray, tear gas, and knives. By attending, you are consenting to a bag check and metal detector screening.
VIP - Upper Level Seating and VIP Room