Enter to win tickets to Atlanta Ballet’s ‘Don Quixote’

Atlanta Ballet's Don Quixote
Credit: Atlanta Ballet

The Atlanta Ballet is gearing up for its highly anticipated production of “Don Quixote,” which is set to take place from March 17-19 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre and is sure to captivate audiences of all ages.

This interpretation of the classic story is not one to be missed, as it promises to be a dazzling display of choreography, set design, and music.

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Of course, we can’t let the show go on without giving you a chance to win FREE tickets. Access Atlanta is hooking you up with tickets to see the stunning production. All you have to do is enter below for your chance to win.


The story of “Don Quixote” follows a man driven to become a knight who sets out on a quest to restore chivalry. Along the way, he meets a young woman named Kitri, and the two embark on a journey of romance and adventure.

The production will feature the talents of breathtaking dancers who have been working tirelessly to bring the story of “Don Quixote” to life.

In addition to the exquisite dance performances, the production will also feature the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, which will add an extra layer of depth and richness to the experience.

For those who have never seen a ballet performance before, this is the perfect opportunity to be introduced to the art form. And for those who are seasoned ballet enthusiasts, the Atlanta Ballet’s production of “Don Quixote” is sure to be a highlight of the season.

Tickets are selling fast, so be sure to secure your seats soon. This is a production that you won’t want to miss, as it promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Atlanta Ballet’s ‘Don Quixote’

Location: Cobb - 2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy; Date: March 17-18; Admission: Starting at $25; Website: atlantaballet.com

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