Saturday, September 15, 2012
Live In Concert
The Fresh Beat Band
Pavilion Only Concert
2:30pm Show Time
$31.00 and $51.00 Reserved
(Everyone over 1 year old needs a ticket.)
12:00pm Parking Lots open
12:00pm Box Office & Will Call open
1:00pm Main Gates open
2:30pm Show Time
Allow 20 min to travel from your vehicle to the pavilion seating areas. No re-entry policy.
PLAN AHEAD AND LEAVE EARLY. Traffic on main and local roads is expected to be MODERATE during peak travel times in early afternoon. Please be aware of traffic flow lanes, pay attention for directions from the lot attendants and most of all be patient. Thank You!
Expect 4,250 fans to the pavilion-only concert for kids and families. Please plan for the travel from your vehicle to the pavilion with your little ones. Wristbands for children will be available inside the main gates. We suggest you wristband your child with a phone number.
Get involved is you see a child who appears to be lost. Immediately contact the first staff or security personnel you see to assist the child.
Items Welcome to Bring:
-Water - two 20 oz. factory sealed plastic bottles of water per person
-For the young children, juice boxes/pouches, snack items are permitted
-Personal digital cameras
-Food in one 1 gallon clear zip lock bag per person
-Strollers or carriages for children
-Stroller parking provided outside pavilion seating area
-Blankets, backpacks, small soft coolers (cloth/bag style), hand-held umbrellas
Please leave at home the following items that are not permitted inside the concert gates:
-Lawn chairs are not permitted to be brought into the venue
-Sporting equipment (including roller-blades, skateboards and bikes)
-Aerosol cans, firearms, knives, fireworks, laser pointers
-Glass of any kind (including glass bottles)
-No unauthorized video or audio recording of any kind
All dates, acts, times and ticket prices subject to change without notice. Lawn 4-Pack offers are limited and may expire at anytime. All ticket prices increase $5 on the day of the show.
Sullivan County CASA will be on-site to collect donations for students returning to school. Backpacks are desparately needed. Look for their table just before the main gates on the left.
Sullivan County CASA provides screened, trained and supervised volunteers who are appointed by the Family Court Judge to speak up for the needs of abused and neglected children. The volunteers, each as an independent voice, advocate for the best interests of children, one child at a time. The volunteers are from all walks of life and are dedicated to reducing the amount of time a child spends in temporary foster care. A safe, permanent and nurturing home for every child in Sullivan County is our goal.
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