TANYA TUCKER with special guest Hailey Whitters
5 people Max per vehicle. Coolers Allowed No Glass Bottles Drive In Concert
5 people Max per vehicle. Coolers Allowed No Glass Bottles Drive In Concert
GREAT WHITE with Special Guests The League of Dangerous Gentlemen
Saturday, September 26, 2020 Beaver Dam City Park 217 South Main Street Beaver Dam, Kentucky
6:30pm: Gates Open for Vehicles DUSK: Showtime
Coolers ALLOWED (Alcohol may be consumed only by fans 21 and over) Food & Snacks Allowed Entry Allowed Only in Vehicles No Re-Entry *Additional Details, Guidelines, Terms & Conditions Online
Tickets on sale July 22 at 9am CDT< BeaverDamAmp.com ————————————————————————————-
Vehicles only. Each ticket allows 4 people MAX per vehicle.
We are thrilled to present Casting Crowns at Beaver Dam Amphitheater on September 4. Our intent is to provide the safest experience possible for our guests, staff, and entertainers. In order to do that, we have specific policies and protocols for this event.
We've included detailed and comprehensive information below including: safety precautions, venue policies, and information on ordering Pre Packaged Meals.We strongly encourage ticket holders to read through everything to avoid any confusion.
We hope you enjoy the concert and have an exciting, and safe, night in Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Thank you and please come back soon! :)
This concert will be presented in compliance with all State & CDC mandates and guidelines. Thank you for your cooperation.
Pre Packaged Meals<
In the interests of providing the safest experience possible, we are offering delicious, freshly prepared, pre packaged meal options.
Meals must be ordered online in advance. Meals include choice of a Ribeye sandwich ($8 meal price), Pork Chop sandwich ($7 meal price), Hamburger ($6 meal price), Cheeseburger ($6 meal price), or Grilled Hot Dog ($5 meal price) and also include: a bag of chips, a cookie, and a bottle of water. Place your order online. We will prepare your order fresh, in accordance with all safety guidelines, and have ready for you when you arrive. :)
Please order here: https://mt.cm/castingcrowns / Click on “Purchase Tickets” then select your meals (See below)
Guests in Praise Blocks in Lower Arena may pick up their meals in the merchandise building. This is the first building on the left after entry.
Guests with Lawn seating may pick up their meals at the back of the concessions building.
Meals must be ordered in advance.
We will have limited concessions available, including Pepsi products and other snack items, after meals have been picked up.
-Outside food and drinks are prohibited-
-Per Kentucky State mandate, facial masks are required for entry.
-Per Kentucky & CDC guidelines, social distancing protocols will be in place throughout the venue
-Masks must be worn any time you are moving, standing, or walking outside of your specific seating area such as going to the restrooms, concessions, etc.
-When you are in your specific seating area, you may remove your mask if you desire.
-Please be prepared to have your temperate checked at the gate.
-If temperature is at or above 100.4 F, guests will not be allowed entry. Refund will be processed
-Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout venue
-Wash stations will also be throughout venue and at all porta-potty locations
-There is a Non Smoking policy for this show. This will be strictly enforced.
Entry times and Exit plan for each seating tier: -Lower Arena Praise Blocks and Gold Circle: 5:00pm entry -General Admission, Group Circles, Lawn: 5:30pm entry -After the show, please stay in your seating area until released to exit by emcee.
Seating: -Guests may bring small lawn chairs or foldable camp chairs to this event. Seats will not be provided by venue. -Chairs with canopies or recliner chairs are prohibited. -Tents, Canopies, and Umbrellas are prohibited.
-Restrooms are available at the top of the hill, side of the hill, in lower arena, and behind the venue. Please use the restroom closest to you.
-Firearms, knives, or weapons of any kind are prohibited.
-By attending you agree to all terms and conditions, including waiver of liability due to COVID-19 pandemic. Terms & Conditions are HERE.
Detailed COVID-19 plan and guidelines here: https://beaverdamtourism.com/covid-19
Additionally, all standard venue polices are in effect. Please make sure you are familiar with them.
Pre-Registration is Required to enter and attend the FREE Drive-In Concert with The Kentucky Headhunters on Saturday, June 13 at Ohio County High School in Beaver Dam Kentucky. Registration opens up at 9am Central, Tuesday (tomorrow) morning.
As a valued email newsletter subscriber, you have the first opportunity to experience this exciting and ground-breaking event in Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Due to limited space we ask that you register for a vehicle ticket only if you are certain you will attend. Thank you.
Register for Vehicle Ticket HERE Registration site goes live at 9:00am CENTRAL PASSWORD: SLAWBURGER (not cap sensitive)
Some quick notes and updates:
-The location has been moved to Ohio County High School.
-The Concert is FREE. However, we suggest a $20 per vehicle donation that will go to the Ohio County Food Pantry. We will also be collecting donations and non-perishable food items at the show. -COME TO TOWN EARLY. Dine at one of our fine restauarants in Beaver Dam before the show. Or, get takeout and bring it with you.
-Registered ticket holders may begin lining up inside the school property entrance at 6:00pm -Gates open at 7:00pm -Show begins at approximately 8:45pm
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and guidelines from the CDC, State, and Local officials, the following rules and regulations are in place. By attending you are agreeing to abide by these:
-You MUST have a registration ticket to enter. No Exceptions. -You must be in a vehicle to enter this Drive-In concert. Walk-ups / Pedestrians not allowed. -1 Vehicle per ticket and only 1 ticket allowed per registration. -Cars, Trucks, Vans (Automobiles) ONLY allowed inside. No exceptions. -Motorcycles and Off-Road Vehicles Prohibited -Trailers of any kind are Prohibited
Attendee assumes all risk and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Beaver Dam Tourism Commission, The Eric Group, The Kentucky Headhunters, The Ohio County School System, The Ohio County Food Pantry, all sponsors, vendors, volunteers, crew, independent contractors, and staff. Attendee assumes personal responsibilty for his/her actons while attending the event. Attendee agrees to comply with all policies and rules, including but not limited to all policies, guidelines, signage, social distancing, and instructions. By attending, attendee recognizes there may be a higher risk of contracting COVID-19. NO ALCOHOL allowed on School Property. This is a zero-tolerance policy. You will be asked to leave if you bring alcohol to the event. Food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. Limited trash cans on site. Please try to take out what you bring in. Restrooms will be available. Social Distancing. Please stay in your vehicles, in the back of trucks, or directly in front of vehicle. Please be considerate of others.
Enjoy the show! :)
By registering and attending you are agreeing to all terms and conditions.
The Beaver Dam Tourism Commission presents an Intimate eventing with PETE ROSE, “The Hit King,” on Saturday, February 29 at Ohio County High School in Beaver Dam, KY. Fans will be treated to exciting and interesting stories from Pete about his life & career in baseball, as well as a “Who’s Who” regional sports panel asking Pete questions. Near the end of the show, there will be time for questions from the audience.
200 VIP tickets are available that include reserved seats closest to the stage, a pre-show Meet n Greet reception with Pete, a photo with ‘The Hit King,’ and an Official Rawlings Baseball Signed by Pete Rose. Additional reserved and general admission seating is also available. Ticket prices range from $19.50 to $99.50 and go on sale Wednesday, December 18, at 7AM CST.
Peter Edward "Pete" Rose, Sr. also known by his nickname "Charlie Hustle", is an American former professional baseball player and manager. Rose played in Major League Baseball from 1963 to 1986, and managed from 1984 to 1989.
Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time MLB leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), singles (3,215), and outs (10,328). He won three World Series rings, three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and also made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five different positions (second baseman, left fielder, right fielder, third baseman, and first baseman). Rose won both of his Gold Gloves as an outfielder in 1969 and 1970.