As long as you have a ticket in hand that has not been scanned, you will be able to enter the event from the moment it opens until one hour before the time the event ends each day.
May 24th: Doors @ 4:30pm – Dancing until: 12:30am
May 25th: Doors @ 1:30pm – Dancing until: 12:30am
May 26th: Doors @ 1:30pm – Dancing until: 11:30pm
Box office hours will be 3:00PM – 10:00PM on Friday, May 24th, 12:00pm – 10:00pm on Saturday, May 25th, and 12:00pm – 10:00pm on Sunday, May 26th.
Set times will be released closer to the show dates.
Unfortunately, due to the format of this event, we will only be allowing re-entry to VIP ticket holders. If you have purchased a GA ticket, once you are in you are in, so bring everything you need for the day. SEE APPROVED ITEMS BELOW
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Yes, there’s always a pot of gold at the End of the Rainbow. We recommend bringing cash with you to the event to avoid ATM lines.
No, please don’t.
The Gorge Amphitheatre has ample on-site parking. The parking lot gates open at 11:00am. Parking areas are well-marked, lighted, and secure. Designated parking areas for our friends who have special needs are also available- just follow the signage. No overnight parking is permitted in the parking lots. You cannot park your car in these lots and join a camping group. A new camping pass will be required to bring your car into the camping area for overnight parking. By order of the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, there is no parking on county roads or private property leading to or adjacent to the venue. The county ordinances also strictly prohibit the consumption of alcoholic beverages in the parking lot, and these laws will be strictly enforced.
The cost of parking is already included in your ticket price. There is no additional charge to park in the on-site lots unless you choose the Star Parking Upgrade, available via Live Nation.
Unfortunately, there is no overnight parking. You must have a camping pass and be parked in the campgrounds to stay overnight.
Yes there will – Pick up locations include Seatac Airport & Downtown Seattle (CenturyLink Field). For more information and to book click here! www.bus.com
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) 118 miles
17801 International Blvd. – (Pacific Highway So.)
Seattle, WA 98158
Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT) 28 miles
One Pangborn Drive
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Yakima Air Terminal (YKM) 48 miles
2400 West Washington Avenue
Yakima, Washington 98903
There is! Please contact us if you have specific questions.
Please note: a more detailed prohibited items list will be published here closer to the show
You can bring in one 20oz factory-sealed bottle of water. There will also be bottled water sold inside the venue, as well as complimentary waters.
Yes, bags cannot exceed 11” x 14” x 6” in size.
You may bring in water containers (including CamelBaks), provided that they are empty as you enter the event. They will be inspected.
You can bring one clear zip-lock bag no larger than one gallon and all snacks inside must be factory-sealed.
You may bring your small non-professional still camera. By that, we mean no removable lenses. Video cameras (including Go-Pros) are not allowed inside the venue. Please don’t film and redistribute the show. Be in the moment.
If the event does not sell out in advance, tickets will be available at the box office at a higher price on the show date. Do not buy tickets from ticket scalpers as they may be fraudulent.
General admission will have a ticket. No wristband or lanyard will be issued for GA tickets.
TREAT YOUR TICKETS LIKE CASH. Keep them in a safe place where they cannot be easily lost or stolen. Tickets cannot be easily reprinted and the cost of reprinting a ticket can exceed $100.
No, this is the final price, except for day of show.
Contact Ticketmaster customer service.
TM customer service US 1-800-745-3000
TM customer service Canada 1-855-985-4357
Please take a look at your transaction information and see which option was selected regarding shipping/pickup method. If you selected the mailing option and are worried because you have not received them, call Ticketmaster directly.
TM customer service US 1-800-745-3000
TM customer service Canada 1-855-985-4357
YOU MUST HAVE VALID IDENTIFICATION PROVING YOU ARE 21+ TO GAIN ACCESS TO BAR AREAS.
ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION FOR ENTRY TO 21+ BAR AREAS
U.S. or Canadian government-issued driver’s license or identification card provided that it contains a photograph and date of birth. U.S. or foreign government-issued passport containing a photograph and date of birth.
UNACCEPTABLE FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION FOR ENTRY TO 21+ BAR AREAS
Vertical IDs (regardless of the individual’s age)
This event is strictly 18 and older. Security will not allow anyone under the age of 18 into the venue.
If you have a passport, security will accept all government-issued passports. Expired government-issued identification will only be accepted WITH temporary DMV documentation that is valid and proves you are going to receive a new valid ID.
Please bring your expired ID AND your temporary DMV documentation that proves your ID is being renewed.
Security will not accept consular identification or a foreign government-issued driver’s license (Canadian driver’s licenses or identification cards that are not expired may be used to grant entry into the event). They will accept any foreign government-issued passport provided it has a photo, name, and date of birth on it. A passport can be acquired by scheduling an appointment with your local consulate office.
Security will not accept consular identification or a foreign government-issued driver’s license other than Canadian Province-issued driver’s license or identification card. US military ID, Merchant Marine ID, Tribal ID (not all accepted), and US Possessions-issued ID will all also be accepted. They will accept any foreign government-issued passport provided it has a photo, name, and date of birth on it.
For more detailed camping info, visit the gorgecamping.com website FAQ.
Camping passes can be purchased here via gorgecamping.com
The campground will be open from 1:00pm Thursday afternoon until Monday at noon. Expect lines to get in. Arriving early on Friday is highly recommended if you can swing it with work – there’ll be lots of people to meet and you can get prime position in your area.
Hot & cold showers are available. For Standard camping, the showers can be found at the “Pivot” and there will be a $3.00 charge. In Premier, Gold, and Terrace Camping, showers are provided free of charge.
No, and passes will be available to purchase at the gates, but we recommend getting your passes in advance so your entry is easier.
Only if there is space available, but Premier, Gold, & Terrace camping are expected to sell out in advance.
As long as you are of age, alcohol is permitted within the confines of your individual campsite, but no open containers or alcohol consumption is allowed in the public areas or on the roads.
Camping sites are allocated as you arrive. Spaces cannot be held or reserved, so if you want to camp in groups, you must show up at the same time.
Sure – just make sure you show the campground attendant both passes upon arrival.
4-6 person tent per vehicle / campsite.
A General/Standard camping site is about 15’x25′. Enough room for one vehicle and a tent.
Camping spaces are strictly one vehicle per space. If your tents fit within the camping space along with your vehicle, then OK.
No, you will need a ticket for the concert in order to enter the campgrounds.
– A tent (you’d be surprised!)
– Clothing for all temperatures – the nights can be chilly
– You can bring your own food for the campground
– A bit of patience. Give our staff a wave and a hello, they are working very long hours to make these shows happen. Expect occasional lines; it happens when thousands descend on one place at one time.
Yes, there is. The store has a wide variety of beers, soft drinks & snacks, ice, as well as some of those little necessities you may have forgotten: sunscreen, basic toiletries, and the like. The General Store is located close to the main entrance.
No. Do not bring any pet whatsoever, not because we don’t like them – we are all animal lovers here – but it is cruel and unfair to the pet to leave it alone in the campground or parking lot, locked up or in a car or tent where it may suffer from extreme heat. When we see a pet in a car or running around the campground unattended, we will alert the authorities and your vehicle may be entered and the pet taken to a shelter for its own welfare. You may be subject to prosecution for cruelty to animals. Service animals are permitted (emotional support or companion animals do not qualify as “service” animals and are not allowed at the Gorge).
Not encouraged – especially during busy ingress period – but provision can be made – you would need to get a re-entry pass from Guest Services on the way out of the campground.
No – if you want to park a vehicle overnight you will need a camping pass for that vehicle – one vehicle = one camping space. The Gorge parking area does not allow overnight parking.
Terrace pass holders can visit any camping area.
Gold and Premier can visit each other’s camping areas and can go to the Standard camping area. Standard pass holders can only enter the Standard camping area.