Concerts - How they work

Jam At The Ridge Concerts are a great way to build memories with family and friends.  Tickets or a camping package including passes to the concerts may be purchased.  Each concert has its own pricing, but most of the other particulars remain the same:



Tickets are for adults.  The gates open at 4:00pm for all ticket types with the show beginning shortly thereafter.  VIP Tickets usually include seating provided in the first 30 rows, a commemorative lanyard, and a VIP Party beginning at 3:00pm with early entry to the venue for seat selection.  VIP Tables are purchased as blocks of four seats.  These include all VIP perks in addition to a beverage and meal with purchase.

Shows typically end between 9:30pm and 10:30pm.  Free entry for dependent minor children to the lawn area is provided so long as we have capacity.  All persons must have a paid ticket for seating in areas other than the general admission/lawn section.


Camping includes Three Nights Camping, concert passes for two adults and their minor dependent children for both the Friday and Saturday shows. 

We have sites with Full Hookups, Water and Electric Only, Water Only (Tent), and rental units like:

Cabin with no running water (no bathroom), sleeps 2 or 4 and has Air Conditioning, Small Refrigerator, and Microwave.

Cabin with bathroom sleeps 3 or 5, has Air Conditioning, toilet, shower, and sink.

Park Model Trailer sleeps 2 to 6, has Air Conditioning, 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, and full kitchenette. 


. Bring your own chair for Lawn Seating

. Parking is located at the corner of Conlon Road and North Road, with a shuttle to and from the venue.  Purchasing a parking pass

  in advance can save money and time at the lot.
. A limited number of Disabled Parking is available close to the shuttle

. A few "Wheelchair Only" parking spaces are available near the gate for those whose mobility is limited to a wheelchair

. Smoking is permitted in certain sections only

. Food and Beverages are available from licensed vendors in the venue, so no food or beverages may be brought in.

. A camping pass is required for anyone wanting to enter the campground.  These may be purchased by someone who is camping for their registered guests

. Cameras are not allowed inside the venue