Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is handicapped parking available for the concert?A. Yes. A limited number of parking spots will be available on Banks Street.
Q. Is parking available during the day?A. Yes. You can park on campus at no charge until 4 p.m. or in surrounding areas at no charge. No shuttles will be available.
TICKETSQ. How much are tickets to the Parmalee and Avery Anna concert?A. General admission tickets are $30 each. VIP tickets are $125.
Q. How much are tickets to the Randy Houser and Shy Carter Concert?A. General admission tickets are $40 each. VIP tickets are $125.
Q. What is included with a VIP ticket?A. VIP guests will have access to the new Hospitality and Culinary Arts Center and its amenities including the restrooms, the patio, and a separate concession stand and beer garden, and one complimentary drink. The VIP concession stand will have additional items for purchase such as wine. Additionally, VIP guests have the opportunity to purchase VIP parking until spaces are sold out.
Q. Do I have to buy a ticket for my child?A. Children ages 3 and younger do not require a ticket. Anyone who is 4 years or older will require a ticket.
Q. If I lose my ticket, can I get a replacement ticket?A. No. Q. If I can’t make it to the concert, can I get a refund for my ticket?A. No.
CONCERTQ. If it rains, will the concert be rescheduled?A. Concerts will be held rain or shine. However, in some isolated instances evacuation to seek shelter may be necessary. In the event of a weather-related emergency, programming will be interrupted and announcements will be made from the stage regarding safety procedures. In the event of lightning or severe weather, attendees will be directed to seek shelter indoors. Campus buildings will be made available for use as deemed necessary.
Q. Can I bring a backpack?A. No. You will be required to go through a security checkpoint when you enter the concert. If you have a backpack, you will not be allowed to bring it into the concert. Small purses and diaper bags are allowed.
Q. When do the gates open for the concerts?A. The gates will open each night at 6:30 p.m. The opening acts will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Q. Will I have a seat at the concert?A. No. You will not have an assigned seat. This is an outdoor festival concert and no seating is available. You may bring blankets or lawn chairs to be more comfortable. Please do not bring tents or canopies.
Q. Is there handicap seating at the concerts?A. No. No seating is available at the concert. This is an outdoor festival concert and no seating is available. You may bring blankets or lawn chairs to be more comfortable. While we try to accommodate all guests, please remember the concert is outdoors and grassy.
Q. Can I re-enter the concert if I leave?A. No.
Q. Will food be available at the concert?A. Yes. You can purchase beer, soda, water and food (popcorn, chips, Chick Fil-a) at the concert. Beer will be available to purchase for guests ages 21 or older. Additional items will be available in the VIP section.
Q. Do you accept credit cards at the concession stands?A. Yes. We will accept cash or credit cards when purchasing items at the concession stands.
Q. Can I bring a cooler into the concert?A. No you cannot bring any outside food or beverages into the concert.
Q. Can I smoke or vape at the concert?A. No.
Q. If it rains, can I bring my umbrella into the concert area?A. No. Please bring a poncho or appropriate rain gear.
Q. Can I take pictures or video during the concert?A. Personal cameras are allowed, but no flash photography, video and removable lens cameras are allowed without the approval of the venue.
Q. What items are prohibited from the concert?A. The following items are prohibited:
- Audio or video recorders
- Cameras with professional lenses and flash photography
- Outside food or beverages
- Illegal drugs
- Smoking or vaping
- Bikes/skateboards/inline skates
- Laser pointers
- Pet of any kind unless it is a service animal (service animal registration or paperwork is required))
- Tents or staking
- Weapons of any kind (includes but not limited to: knives, guns, Tasers, chains)
- Kites, Frisbees or balls