The Koka Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park, known formerly as Regency Amphitheatre, attracts some big name folks like Harry Connick Jr, Clay Aiken, Tori Amos, the Army Band, the NC Symphony, various festivals, and even hosts movie nights in the summer. This theatre is outdoor with a large shell stage, and is operated through the town of Cary. The only seats are way in the back at tables near the concession area. Sometimes for big name concerts, they’ll rope off a section in the front and set up folding chairs. But mostly, there is a large sloping grassy area where people just find the best place to go. For most shows you can bring in your own blankets, chairs, picnic stuff, and even a mini grill to do some on-site tailgating. Every fourth of July, they put on a big show and shoot off fireworks over the nearby lake. Parking can be a hassle for big shows. It is often much easier to find a parking spot than leaving at the end of the night. There’s few ways in and out and things get clogged pretty quick when everyone is leaving at the same time. Bring your blanket, cooler, and some patience and you’ll have a great time. Check out their website for the latest schedule: http://www.amphitheatreatregencypark.com/.