Cascades Park

Cascades Park, Entertainment

Performing arts, rest and relaxation, and community collide with the beautifully restored Cascades Park and its centerpiece, the Capitol City Amphitheater. Come out and join the Tallahassee community for shows, presentations and initiatives set before the backdrop of this aesthetically pleasing, multi-purpose outdoor venue.

If you're passing through Cascade Park in downtown, chances are you'll come across the Korean War memorial. Dedicated on December 11, 1999, the landmark is represented by a large semicircle known as the "Circle of Life." The incompleteness of the circle at the top signifies the war's interruption, and the map etched at the foot of the circle, combined with the placement of the circle itself, tells the story of the Korean War.

John G. Riley Museum
Friday, March 28, 4:30-7:30 P.M.
419 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, FL 32309


Named the 2014 Country Breakout Independent Artist of the Year, Tracy Lawrence is a live show that you don't want to miss.


The John G. Riley Center/Museum, along with the Tallahassee Trust and Blueprint 2000 present the event “Learning From the Past: The History of Smokey Hollow and Where We Are Today”.  The event is FREE and open to the public. Join us at the Riley Center for this educational opportunity and community gathering.

Call the Riley House at 850-681-7881 to reserve your seat!

The TSO presents HAPPY HOUR WITH TIME FOR THREE, a FREE concert at Cascades Park Amphitheatre on Friday, May 2 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  Beer and soft drinks will be available for purchase and grilled supper plates will be offered by 101 Restaurant.  All you need to bring is yourself!

Come join family and friends for an interactive film screening and discussion at the John G. Riley House Museum this Saturday from 4pm -6pm. The film, "The Abolitionists" vividly brings to life the men and women who led the battle to end slavery. Discussion about the film will take place after screening. 

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