You can park in all Old Mill District lots and the Mt. Bachelor Park-N-Ride lot at Columbia and Simpson avenues. Free bike parking is next to the venue on Shevlin Hixon Drive. Disabled-accessible parking is in the lot next to Art Station on Shevlin Hixon Drive.
What can I bring in?
Empty or sealed water bottles, but no outside food or beverages. (There will be several food and beverage vendors on site.) Binoculars, blankets and low-profile chairs (maximum 8 inches off ground), small umbrellas (ponchos are preferred) and small personal cameras (unless prohibited by show).
Dogs and kids
Kids ages 2 and younger do not need a ticket for admission. Dogs are not allowed, except service dogs.
Who else is playing this summer?
Aug. 7 — Counting Crows
Aug. 15 — Norah Jones
Aug. 22 — Michael Franti & Spearhead
Aug. 24 — ZZ Top
Sept. 1 — Brandi Carlile
Sept. 11 — Huey Lewis and The News
— Ben Salmon