We will maintain our “USE IT OR LOSE IT” POLICY.
Seating is GENERAL ADMISSION, which means the 1200 permanent seats are non-reservable. We expect that people will move around and enjoy the show from various vantage points throughout the Amphitheatre, whether it be the dance floor, the seats, the lawns, or in a food line up. You can’t come early and throw a bunch of jackets (or backpacks or bungee cords or any other personal item) on seats and expect to hold an entire row for your family, friends, or high school graduating class, especially if they all don’t show up until hours after the gates open! If items are left on seats for longer than one hour, our security volunteers will be take those items to the INFORMATION tent, which doubles as a Lost and Found. That way, we can free up seats for other patrons to enjoy.
CHAIRS. Please bring those awesome chairs where the legs are just 8 inches high.
RESERVED AREAS. We have reserved two small areas at the top of the seating area: one for volunteers, and the other for seniors.
VOLUNTEER AREA: These seats are reserved for the fine folks who offer up their time and good cheer to help us run the festival. You must be sporting a volunteer wristband to sit in this area.
SENIORS AREA: We don’t want our grandmothers waiting in line for hours or having to sit on the ground! So we’ve dedicated a section just for them. These seats may not be reserved by anyone. A senior may have ONE non-senior companion with him/her (not their entire family, for example) to enjoy the concert with. Everyone else will be expected to respect their elders! It’ll work like how it’s supposed to work on buses where if there is a senior or disabled person who wants to sit down, non-seniors will be asked to give up their seats.
WHEELCHAIR SEATING: Behind the back row along the perimeter of the seating area are places for guests in wheelchairs. This should be obvious, but you can’t reserve the seat next to a wheelchair spot unless you are in fact the companion of a person in a wheelchair.