DILLON AMPHITHEATER INFORMATION:
Welcome! We want you to have a wonderful time enjoying world-class music and events in a world-class setting at the Dillon Amphitheater. Please see below for a few rules to remember while you are visiting with us. Most importantly, your activities must not negatively impact the enjoyment of others or contribute to any damage to the venue. Use caution and remember that you are visiting at your own risk.
Pack an extra layer of clothing or a jacket because the weather can quickly change from a perfectly sunny day to a windy, cold thunderstorm.
Chairs may be set out two hours prior to show start. Chairs with legs are permitted in the concrete bowl only. Stadium chairs without legs are permitted on the lawn.
Access to the amphitheater is subject to scheduled events. A ticket may be required for admittance.
Glass bottles or other containers are strictly prohibited in the park and in the amphitheater.
Amplified music is not allowed (unless permitted by the venue); please limit the enjoyment of music to headphones.
Exercise equipment that obstructs access to stairs, benches and other areas or that could cause damage to the venue or injury. to others is not allowed.
Climbing or hanging on venue structures is prohibited.
Pets are welcome during non-event hours. By law, you are required to leash and clean up after your pet.
Setting up tables, booths, and signage (commercial or otherwise) is prohibited.
By trademark law, you may not reproduce the logo or represent any unauthorized affiliation with Town of Dillon or Dillon Amphitheater.
The use of skateboards and rollerblades is prohibited.
Private vending is prohibited, which includes, but is not limited to, the sale of merchandise, food, beverages, and tickets.
Remote controlled flying devices or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) are prohibited.
Leaving stickers and art in the amphitheater is not only prohibited, it is considered defacing private property and is a crime.
Groups using picnic areas with 20 or more participants will need a special use permit.
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