Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot - Celebrating the Music of Billy Joel @ Penn Community Bank Amphitheater, Bensalem [16 August]

Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot - Celebrating the Music of Billy Joel


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16
August
19:00 - 21:30

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Penn Community Bank Amphitheater
2400 Byberry Rd, Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
FAQ

Q: What is the cost of admission?

A: Bensalem Resident: $5.00
Bensalem Senior Discount: $3.00
Non-Bensalem Resident: $10.00
Non-Bensalem Senior Resident: $7.00
Children 12 and under: Free
(The federal government mandate is age 65 for classification as a «senior citizen»)
NOTE: Tickets can be purchased in advance at pcbaevents.com. Tickets can also be purchased at amphitheater entrance starting at 6pm on concert nights

Q: What is a Season Pass? What does it get me? And how much does it cost?

A: Season Passes are SOLD OUT for the 2017 season!!!

Q: What time do gates open, and what time does the concert begin

A: Concerts will begin at 7:00 P.M. unless noted otherwise.
Gates open at 6:00 P.M. (Season Pass holders are let in at 5:30 P.M.)

Q: Where can I purchase tickets in advance?

A: Visit pcbaevents.com to purchase tickets in advance. Admission booths open to the general public at 6:00 P.M. on concert nights. Season Pass holders are let in to the amphitheater at 5:30 P.M.

Q: What is your weather policy?

A: In almost all cases we do not cancel concerts in advance due to the threat of inclement weather. Our policy is rain or shine; conditions permitting. Meaning that we make every attempt to safely get each concert in as planned, as in most cases they cannot be rescheduled. Whether or not you chose to attend if there is a threat of bad weather is completely your prerogative.

Q: How does parking work?

A: Parking is FREE, and accessible from from Knights or Byberry Roads. Simply look for the signs.


Q: Is the facility handicapped accessible?

A: The facility IS handicapped accessible.

Q: Is there seating at the amphitheater?

A: There is NO seating with the exception of very limited seating in the front. Brink a blanket or lawn chair.

Q: Is food permitted in the complex?

A: While the amphitheater does have it's own snack stand and vendors, food is permitted. Small Coolers are permitted as well. NO alcohol!

Q: Is smoking permitted?

A: By township ordinance, smoking is NOT permitted with the exception of one designated area towards the back of the complex near the large green tent. There is a blue sign with white lettering on the lamp post at the designated area.

Q: Is alcohol permitted?

A: By township ordinance, NO alcohol.

Q: Are pets allowed?

A: NO pets

Q: What other items are not allowed in the complex on concert nights?

A: No bikes, rollerblades, skateboards or scooters

Q: Are there bathrooms available?

A: Porta potties are on both sides of the complex as well as restrooms within the snack stand building.

Q: Is food available to purchase?

A: The Friends of Central Park Stand offers a variety of snacks and beverages. There are also various food vendors throughout the concert season.

Q: How can I sponsor the amphitheater?

A: Custom sponsorships are available for every size business. Contact Community Affairs at 215-633-3630 to discuss.

Companies sponsoring the concert season can use the Hospitality Plaza. The Amphitheater, dressing room and production facilities can only be utilized under special arrangements. For fee/policy information email:
[email protected]

Q: How can I become a food vendor?

A: Food vendor spots are sold out for the 2017 season.

Q: How do I rent the amphitheater?

A: The Penn Community Bank Amphitheater is a public amenity and part and parcel of our parks system. The amphitheater is located in Bensalem’s Central Park and is a passive park when not in use accommodating our summer concert series. The amphitheater and its amenities are NOT AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC CONSUMPTION AND ARE NOT RENTABLE.

For more info visit PCBAevents.com
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