Jazz on the Green is FREE and open to the public. All you have to do is show up!
For summer events, the main part of the park typically opens for seating at 5 pm unless otherwise noted. You may sit in the outer area of the park at anytime. For emergency purposes, sitting on the roads and sidewalks will not be permitted.
Concertgoers are encouraged to enter Turner Park via Farnam Court at 32nd and Farnam, across from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
There are two parking garages, easily accessible from Farnam Street, Harney Street, Dodge Street and 33rd Street. For Jazz on the Green event days only*, garage parking is free from 5-11PM**. Employees and patrons of the surrounding businesses and apartment residents occupy many of these spots until approximately 5PM. Your best chance to find a garage parking space will be after 5PM. *Free event parking is applicable ONLY to Jazz on the Green events. For general information about Midtown Crossing parking, visit: http://www.midtowncrossing.com/visit/.
**At 11PM, parking returns to our normal validation system, effective from the time of arrival. Customers may enjoy three (3) hours of free parking with retailer validation (available at any retail location in Midtown Crossing with any purchase). Fees are $1 for each hour thereafter (with a maximum fee of $10 per 24 hour period).
Mutual of Omaha
Mutual of Omaha will have its surface parking lots open to the public for free beginning at 5 PM. Mutual of
Omaha’s surface lots are located at 36th and Dodge streets; between 35th Avenue and 34th Street off of Dodge; and at 35th and
Metered street parking is available along Farnam Street and around the perimeter of Turner Park, accessible from 31st Avenue. Metered parking is short-term (2 hours maximum) and is monitored Monday through Saturday from 9 AM until 9 PM.
Please limit smoking to non-seated areas outside the main bowl.
WHO CAN SELL AT JAZZ ON THE GREEN?
A peddler's permit is required by anyone selling goods in Turner Park. Permits are handled by the City Parks and Recreation Department, not by Midtown Crossing or Omaha Performing Arts. Midtown Crossing's security team will ask all vendors to present a valid peddler's permit.
We ask that all vendors respect the performers and audience members by not selling in the park's interior lawn section.