What’s the word with the Dillon Amphitheater?
No one wants to have their goodies or possessions taken by security and you absolutely don’t want to get thrown out of a show that you paid good money to see! We can all agree that nothing kills the vibe of a concert worse than people breaking the rules and interrupting the experience. So let’s not be those people and have an epic show…alright?! Just do everyone a favor and check out what to bring to the Dillon Amphitheater before you go!
We’re pretty excited about live music in 2021 and there is no better way to spend it than relaxing in the mountains with some rad tunes in the background! The Dillon Amphitheater is nestled on the northern “beach” of Dillon Reservoir and has some epic views of the mountains. The amphitheater itself is only a few years old at this point and not everyone has gotten to experience the greatness of this venue. With some huge artists such as, The String Cheese Incident and Dark Star Orchestra already tearing up the stage, we, like many, were wondering what is okay and NOT okay to bring to the Dillon Amphitheater? So we did the research for you and compiled it all into this one readable blog!
Items Prohibited at Dillon Amphitheater:
- Liquids in non-factory sealed containers
- Alcoholic beverages, marijuana, and illegal drugs
- Smoking of any kind is strictly prohibited in the Amphitheater (including e-cigarettes and vape pens).
- Glass bottles/objects or beverage cans
- Animals (except for service animals as defined by the ADA)
- Laser pointers
- Hard-sided coolers
- Audio or video recording devices, GoPros, 360-degree cameras, and cameras with removable lenses
- Selfie sticks
- Weapons of any kind (e.g. guns, knives, chains, studded/spiked jewelry)
- Totems (self-crafted, decorated sticks or poles)
- Bullhorns and noisemakers
- Aerosols (e.g., hairspray, sunscreen)
- Framed backpacks
- Confetti, glitter and other items that can be thrown
- Tarps larger than 5’x7′
- Remote-controlled flying devices or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles)
- No professional cameras of any type allowed (SLR, no detachable lens, or a lens longer than 2). No video or audio recording devices permitted. No tablets.
We totally get it, they want us to have fun and be safe at Dillion Amphitheater. Let’s not kill the vibe, instead, let’s spread the love, and let everyone have an epic mountain show! We are sure at this point you are like “well wtf can I bring?” We got you, check out the details below.
Items Permitted at Dillon Amphitheater:
- Instant/personal digital cameras are usually permitted, (however, there are exceptions for specific Artists so be sure to read all ticket purchase information thoroughly).
- Camp Chairs with legs are permitted in the concrete seating bowl area ONLY
- Stadium seats, seat cushions, and camp chairs and blankets may not be set up prior to gates opening on the day of the show.
- Chairs with legs are not permitted on grass areas. Stadium chairs without legs or legs less than 3 inches are permitted on the lawn.
- Non-alcoholic beverages in factory sealed plastic containers (32 oz. or less), unless prohibited by the show; some shows may require the removal of lids upon entering the Amphitheater.
- Empty, reusable water bottles and, aluminum bottles (32 oz. or less)
- Soft-sided coolers, six-pack size (10″ x 7″ x 7″ or smaller)
- Cloth bags, soft packs (12” x 17” x 12” or smaller) including backpacks
- Food for personal consumption only
- Blankets/Tarps (Max Size 5’x7?)
Whoowee that’s a lot of information to take in.
At the end of the day if you have attended any concert, you know what to do, just be cool, enjoy the show, and don’t ruin it for others! Concerts are supposed to be a fun time for everyone involved and we can’t wait to get up there and rage with you!
If you are looking for more information on what can you bring to Dillon Amphitheater check out their policies page for the latest up to date info.
Headed to a show at Red Rocks Amphitheater? Oh, boy, do we have a treat for you, we got their policies down like the back of our hands!