Jam in the Valley has started to pique interest on a national level and is rapidly gaining respect as a truly great event. Jam in the Valley has grown tremendously over the years; it is almost as big as our fireworks show!!!
In order to continue this charitable fundraising event, we need your help to keep things running smoothly. Please read through these concert and camping information sections and take special note of all highlighted items.
If you have any further questions, please call us at (585) 535-7447 or toll free (877) 744-5488 or email us at: email@example.com
The following general information, procedures and regulations have been devised for your own safety and protection. Strict enforcement of all laws and regulations will be necessary to ensure that everyone enjoys their experience while at Jam in the Valley.
Anyone found to be in violation of any law or regulation may be subject to prosecution and will be evicted from the event without refund of ticket. All local, state and federal laws are to be obeyed. Patrons under the age of 21 are not permitted to consume any alcoholic beverage while on the Jam in the Valley grounds.
Providing minors with alcohol is illegal. Use of illegal drugs, drunken and/or obnoxious activities and other forms of misbehavior will not be tolerated. All persons attending Jam in the Valley do so at their own risk. No liability is assumed by owners, managers, promoters, sponsors or others.
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Selling of any unauthorized merchandise or services is prohibited while on the Jam in the Valley grounds. Anyone caught engaged in any such activity will be evicted from the event and prosecuted.
In order to gain admission to the concert venue, all concert ticket stubs must be exchanged for Jam in the Valley wristbands, which are required for entry into the concert area.
Tickets purchased over the phone or at JamintheValley.com are delivered without stubs. All ticket stubs have been removed and exchanged by JiTV staff members for the equal number of wristbands. Please apply your wristbands before entering JiTV grounds; this will help you avoid the lines at the ticket/wristband exchange booth at each entry gate.
Please keep tickets and wristbands in a safe place. We will no longer replace any wristbands that are lost or damaged. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Jam in the Valley wristbands must be worn at all times.
For other ticket holders, upon entering the concert area, ticket stubs will be exchanged at the entry gates for your Jam in the Valley wristband.
A legal photo I. D. will be required for those who appear to be under the age of 30, for a "proof of age" wristband.
All Jam in the Valley concert tickets can be exchanged for a wristband starting on Friday @ 12pm at the main gate ticket booth or at the general store.
Get your wristbands early to avoid lines later! Saturday tickets may be exchanged for wristbands starting on Saturday @ 12pm. Do not remove your wristband until you leave the site at the end of the weekend.
Anyone wishing to enter the concert area must have a full ticket with stub to exchange for a wristband. Children 10 and under do not need tickets and can receive wristbands upon entry. Be prepared to prove your child's age.
Any wristband that has been removed or tampered with will be considered non-valid and will not be accepted at any gate.
NO CHAIRS WILL BE ALLOWED ON CONCERT FIELD UNTIL 10 AM ON SATURDAY (weather permitting)
Jam in the Valley features festival style seating, with ample room for your lawn chair. For everyone's safety only lawn chairs will be allowed for reserving seating space on the concert field.
Each spot to be reserved must be done so with a lawn chair only. (e.g. 2 spots = 2 lawn chairs). No other markers will be allowed for reserving seating space (i.e. lawn blankets, rope, ribbon, caution tape, wooden or metal stakes, coolers, etc.).
Shade umbrellas, canopies or any obstruction limiting the views of spectators will not be permitted on the concert field. Jam in the Valley management reserves the right to ask spectators to remove any items that obstruct viewing or that may be objectionable. Please respect the views of those seated behind you.
Beer, water, soft drinks and many different kinds of food are available during the concerts; all at reasonable prices.
Coolers are allowed onto the concert field but must not be larger than a standard family sized cooler. Although you may set up your seating area after 10am... all coolers must be emptied (except ice) by the time the concert field is cleared for the beginning of the event.
Jam in the Valley management reserves the right to inspect all coolers left on the concert field. Management accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
Anyone wishing to leave the concert area may do so at any time. Please note that you must have a valid Jam in the Valley wristband to re-enter. State law prohibits anyone form leaving the concert area with alcohol containers. Please discard them in the trash cans before leaving the venue.
Jam in the Valley supports the designated driver concept. We urge you to decide in advance who will be your group's designated driver. Please don't drink and drive.
Security personnel are on duty around the clock throughout the grounds for the entire weekend. Your full cooperation with them will be greatly appreciated. Please report any incident requiring attention to either a uniformed Deputy Sheriff or to event staff personnel.
The center aisle will no longer be used as a photo opportunity aisle. Due to too much congestion and safety issues this convenience will no longer be offered. Photos may be taken, but not from the center aisle.
Video cameras and audio recording equipment are strictly prohibited and will be confiscated. Any tape/dvd confiscated will not be returned to the owner or operator.
Fully equipped ambulances and a medical station are located near the general store and by the main gate in the concert area. Please make note of their locations when you arrive. The medical station is staffed and equipped to handle minor injuries, accidents and other emergencies.
There is no fee for emergency medical services received on site. In the event of a problem, look for Jam in the Valley security personnel. They will contact the medical staff to assist you. Over the counter medicines will not be provided at the medical station. Such items as aspirin, sun-screen, etc. may be purchased at the general store.
The weather is usually sunny, with temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. It is advisable to use sunscreen lotion and to drink plenty of water and other non-alcoholic beverages. Be prepared for sudden summer rains.
The show will go on if at all possible. If the conditions deteriorated to the point that the public's safety is at risk, the show may be delayed or canceled. Please listen to the directions given by announcers and security during such times.
Enter at the main concert parking gate unless otherwise directed by Jam in the Valley staff. Jam in the Valley makes every attempt to be handicap accessible. Limited handicapped parking is available for those vehicles displaying the handicap emblem in their windshield or on their license plates.
Golf cart shuttles are always available to assist the handicapped.
Handicap port-a-johns are located at each of the port-a-john areas. Due to the event being festival style seating, reserved handicapped seating is not available. However, our event staff is always willing to help and assist you.
Pets are prohibited on the concert grounds and are no longer allowed in the camping areas.
A wide selection of your favorite foods and beverages are available; including hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, roast beef, chicken and steak sandwiches, sausages, fries, ice cream, coffee, water, soft drinks, etc. Beer and ice are sold at several locations. (Beer will not be sold to anyone under the age of 21. Proof of age will be required.)
The general store will also have snacks, beverages and other items for sale.
The general store will have souvenirs for sale throughout the weekend. The Jam in the Valley souvenir tent will be open only during concerts.