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VENUE POLICIES AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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to some frequently asked questions.


  • WHERE TO BUY TICKETS

    WHERE TO BUY TICKETS

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    WHERE TO BUY TICKETS

    Tickets to all of the concerts at the Les Schwab Amphitheater are available online (right here! just access the Events page), at the Ticket Mill in the Old Mill District (open every day - Monday - Saturday 10 - 6pm, and Sunday 11 - 5pm (closed for lunch from 1-1:30pm)).

    Tickets are also available at the Box Office (located outside the gates) on the day of the show.
    For more information call 541-318-5457.

  • PARKING INFORMATION

    PARKING INFORMATION

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    PARKING INFORMATION

    Look for event parking signs throughout the Old Mill District. Parking is available in the OMD and the parking lot on the corner of Simpson & Colorado. ADA accessible parking is available in the paved lot next to the Art Station and street side on Shevlin-Hixon Drive. Accessible drop-off is available at the gate on Shevlin-Hixon Drive closest to the stage.

  • ACCESSIBILITY

    ACCESSIBILITY

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    ACCESSIBILITY

    Accessible parking for the venue is located street-side on Shevlin Hixon Drive (venue address 344 SW Shevlin Hixon Drive), and at the Art Station paved lot immediately across the street from the venue. All parking areas are clearly marked and located as close as possible to the accessible entry.

    The accessible entry for the venue is located immediately next to the stage, with signage and ISA indicating the location. People with disabilities and their accompanying parties may enter through this gate with valid tickets.
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  • WHAT TO BRING

    WHAT TO BRING

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    WHAT TO BRING

    Each concert has specific restritions to which we must abide. Please feel free to bring empty or sealed water bottles, binoculars, low profile chairs, blankets, small compact umbrellas (ponchos are preferred), small personal cameras (unless prohibited by show).

  • ABOUT YOUR DOGGIE

    ABOUT YOUR DOGGIE

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    ABOUT YOUR DOGGIE

    River:Float, be safe and remain clear of the reparian areas.

    Children:Kids 2 years old and younger do not need a ticket to see one of the Bend Summer Concerts.

    Dogs:Only service dogs are allowed into the ticketed shows, and must be immediately identifiable as service dogs. If you’d like to see a show with your puppy, check out our BMC Free Summer Sunday Concerts.

  • FOOD VENDORS

    FOOD VENDORS

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    FOOD VENDORS

    A list of the 2015 Food Vendors will be coming soon!

  • GENERAL ADMISSION & RESERVED SEATING

    GENERAL ADMISSION & RESERVED SEATING

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    GENERAL ADMISSION & RESERVED SEATING

    What is the difference between General Admission and Reserved Seating?
    General Admission only concerts means you can bring a blanket or low-profile chairs and sit any place inside the venue, unless otherwise noted. Some of our shows have Reserved Seating offering regular-height chairs at the front of the stage. (If you purchsed a Reserved Seat, our ticket will indicate either section "A", "B" or "C" and a specific seat number.  It will not say GAanywhere on the ticket.)

    Low Profile Chairs:
    This is a great example of a low profile chair acceptable for some ticketed shows. The specific measurements are: no more than 8 inches from the ground to the seat, and no more than 33 from the top of the chair to the ground.

  • VIP TENTS

    VIP TENTS

  • VENUE CAPACITY

    VENUE CAPACITY

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    VENUE CAPACITY

    Any concert that has a “no chairs/no blankets” policy will be posted before the on sale date. LSA adjusts the venue sell out capacity for each concert in advance. For example, the Ringo Starr and Steely Dan concerts had a lower capacity sell out number leaving plenty of room for chairs, blankets and reserved seating.