1. What kind of chairs and blankets are allowed inside the venue?
NO blankets, beach towels, sleeping pads/bags, tarps or other ground covering are allowed, due to space limitations.
You may bring:
• One pillow or cushion per ticket holder.
• A single size, low-level beach/lawn chairs (not exceeding 8 inches from the ground to the bottom of the seat and no higher than 32 inches total from the ground to the top of the chair.
2. Can I bring an umbrella?
Small, personal-sized umbrellas are allowed in the venue, but can not be used in the reserved and general admission areas once the concert has begun.
3. Can I buy tickets on the same day as the show?
Yes! You can purchase tickets through Ticket Tomato at ANY time online. Tickets will be sent to you electronically, so you’ll need either smart phone or email/printer access. Any unsold tickets will also be sold through the venue box office on the day of the show. Please check that day to see if the show has sold out.
4. Can I bring in bottled water?
No outside beverages of any kind may be brought in. Bottled water will be available at a reasonable cost.
5. Can I bring in a picnic?
No outside food and beverages may be brought into the venue. Food and beverages are available for purchase, along with soda, bottled water, handcrafted ales and regional wines and more.
6. Can I bring my dog?
We love dogs but with exception of service animals, pets are not allowed on the grounds or inside the concert area.
7. Can I leave the concert area after I’ve saved my spot?
Yes! Re-entry is allowed. (Check out our gorgeous beach!)
8. Am I allowed to bring fireworks?
No fireworks allowed.
9. What about cannabis?
Even though cannabis is legal in the privacy of your own home, it is illegal on the premises (in all forms) and is prohibited.
10. Can I bring my kids? Do kids get in free?
Guests ages 10 years and older are welcome to attend the festival with a regular-priced GA ticket.
11. Do you take credit or debit cards inside the venue?
Yes! (There is also an ATM available one block away at Theresa’s Family Market if you need cash for any reason.)
12. Where do I park? Is there a fee?
Parking in CB can be a challenge. That said, there are several public lots in town including one adjacent to venue. Parking is free in Cannon Beach. We will send out a parking map to ticket buyers approximately one week before the show.
Some hotels provide shuttle service; hotel guests may want to check directly with them. There is also bus service from Wayside Park.
Guests are welcome to drop off those who are unable to walk from any parking area to the venue.
Come early! Plan accordingly.
13. What if it rains?
All events are held rain or shine. No tarps will be allowed. Small, personal-sized umbrellas are allowed in the venue, but cannot be used in the reserved and general admission areas once the concert has begun.
VENUE RULES & INFO
WILL CALL/BOX OFFICE/GATE TIMES:
The onsite box office opens at 12 p.m. Gates open at 12:00 p.m. Please note: Gates may open early as determined day of show. We have a Box Office area set up at the main concert entrance. If applicable, any remaining tickets for the show may be purchased here.
IMPORTANT VENUE POLICIES:
All events are held rain or shine
All sales are final. Please examine your ticket for event date and time Concertgoers 10 years and older require a ticket. No one under age 10 will be permitted to attend, including toddlers, babes in arms/strollers.
The general admission area allows sitting or standing. Be aware that people may be standing in front of you.
Lines for entry may not form before 6 a.m. the day of show (no overnight camping in line)
Re-entry to the amphitheater IS allowed for event unless otherwise noted
A variety of food and beverages, including beer and wine, are available for purchase inside the amphitheater for your enjoyment
There will be alcohol sold at the venue in accordance to the rules and regulations outlined by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Alcohol sales are cash or credit with valid IDs
Smoking of any kind (including vaping) is not allowed in the reserved or general admission areas and will only be permitted outside of venue
Even though cannabis is legal in the privacy of your own home, it is illegal on the premises (in all forms) and is prohibited
No video recording or audio recording allowed
No camping, RVs or camping trailers
No flash photography allowed.
Cameras (point and shoot only-no detachable lenses) are subject to the rules of the artist and may not be allowed. If you bring a camera, you may be asked to take it back to your car or you can bring it to the front desk and check it in, to be picked up after the show.
WHAT TO BRING:
For everyone’s safety and enjoyment, all guests and their personal possessions are subject to an inspection prior to admittance into the venue. These items are permitted at all events unless otherwise noted:
Small, personal-sized umbrellas are allowed in the venue, but can not be used in the reserved and general admission areas once the concert has begun
Single size, low-profile lawn chairs (not exceeding 8 inches from the ground to the bottom of the seat and no higher than 32 inches total from the ground to the top of the chair)
Single-occupant cushions and pillows for seating
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
The following items will NOT be permitted in the venue unless otherwise noted:
Blankets or ground coverings
Outside food and beverages
Illegal drugs (including cannabis) on the premises
Fireworks or sparklers
Throwing toys, including beach balls and frisbees
High-profile/standard height lawn chairs
Coolers, baskets and large bags
Musical instruments or drums
Animals (except service animals)
Skateboards or inline skates
Large/golf umbrellas and flags
Amphitheater management reserves final decision on items brought into the venue
The following activities can lead to ejection from the venue property without refund:
Moshing and crowd surfing
Public indecency/public urination
Drinking alcohol under the legal age of 21 or furnishing minor with alcohol
For Questions call 503-436-1197