We at The Tippecanoe County Amphitheater would like to welcome you to our FAQ page. Below you will learn more about some of our rules put in place at the theater. (((RULES?! WHO NEEDS RULES?!))) Well, we just want everyone to coexists and have a great/ safe time at the Amphitheater! So please take a look and familiarize yourself to the Amphitheater.
Please fill out the form on our Rental page with a brief description of your event.
1500 seats in the Amphitheater and up to 8,000 on the grounds for a festival style event.
Doors usually open one hour prior to the first act while the parking lot will open 2 hours prior to the first act. Please refer to the calendar for exact times.
No smoking is allowed in the Amphitheater or in the rain shelter. There is however a designated smoking area located away from the venue. Violators will be removed from the venue, with no refund.
Illegal substances of any kind, firearms, fireworks, anything that resembles a weapon, outside food, and drinks are STRICTLY PROHIBITED on any premises of the venue.
Will call tickets can be picked up at the box office on the day of the event, one hour before doors open.
Yes, 1500 of them with most of our shows being reserved seating and the occasional general admission show. We typically sell VIP tickets which include premium seating, air conditioned viewing room with beverages and snacks. Plus a side stage observation deck to get a true feel of the concert!
Yes, we have two sections up top that require no steps which will accommodate 20 seats or mobile chairs.
You must know the secret handshake.
Please email email@example.com for any information regarding production aspects of the Amphitheater.
Most if not all of our concerts will have alcohol sales. NOTE: you must be 21 and provide a valid ID to purchase alcohol at the Amphitheater.
From time to time we end up with all sorts of items left behind. Please call 765-463-2211 and leave a message with a description of your lost item and we will do our best to get you reunited with your inanimate object.
The Amphitheater does not allow any professional photo, video or audio recording unless it has been pre-approved by the artist and the Amphitheater. Flash photography is never allowed.