Wednesday, August 15, 2012

2012 Jimmy Buffett Alpine Valley Parking Lot Rules

FAQs for the Jimmy Buffett Show, August 25, 2012

Here are some of the FAQs specific to the upcoming Jimmy Buffett show. 


Jimmy Buffett

Saturday, August 25

Early Entry Parking Lots (fee): 1:00pm

Parking Lots Open: 3:00pm

Theatre Gates Open: 6:30pm

Shows Begin: 8:00pm

============Alpine Valley Music Theatre FAQs==

Q: Can I get into the parking lots earlier than 3pm?

A: You can purchase early entry privileges which permit you to enter up to two hours earlier than 3pm. The cost is $20 for cars and $50 for oversize vehicles. Only cash is accepted for these fees. This is in addition to any other parking fees (such as VIP parking, oversize vehicle fees, etc.). If you do not wish to pay the early entry fee, please do not arrive to the theatre before 3pm as parking on the shoulders of area roadways is not permitted.

Q: Are tickets still available?

A: Yes, some tickets still remain, but check for current availability.

Q: What can I bring into the theatre for the Jimmy Buffett show?

A: You may bring the following into the theatre for the show: extra clothes, small blankets or tarps, small backpacks or bags, purses, non-professional cameras (cameras without detachable lenses), low level lawn chairs (no more than 5 inches off the ground), and inflatable sharks and beach balls.

Q: What are things I cannot bring into the theatre for the Jimmy Buffett show?

A: The following is a list of common items that are not permitted for the Jimmy Buffett show: All cans and bottles of any type, all audio and video recording devices; professional cameras; large blankets and tarps; Camelbaks; high lawn chairs; umbrellas; strollers; sharp, studded or pointed jewelry or clothing; weapons of any kind including firearms, pocket knives, pepper spray or wallet chains; laser pointers or glow sticks; banners, flags, or signs; fireworks of any kind; and any other items deemed to be unsafe by theatre management. This list is subject to change at any time without notice per tour requests.

For other shows, provides GENERAL guidelines for what is permitted into the theatre on the day of the show. These general guidelines are subject to change based upon the tour requests. Specific tour requirements may prohibit generally permitted items such as cameras, factory-sealed or empty water bottles, blankets, and lawn chairs.

Q: I have tickets at Will Call or need to buy tickets, when does the box office open?

A: The box office will open at when the parking lots open on the day of show. Please bring a valid photo ID and the credit card used to purchase your tickets if you are picking up tickets at Will Call.

Q: I am bringing a bus, RV, camper, or other oversize vehicle to the show; do I need to do anything special?

A: Yes, you should enter only at the main theatre entrance and you will be directed to the proper parking area. Also, oversize vehicles are subject to a $100 parking fee (cash only) upon entry. Limos are subject to a $75 fee (cash only). In addition, oversize vehicles are not permitted to park in the VIP and Premium Parking areas.

Q: I need disabled accessible parking. What do I do?

A: Enter at the Alpine Valley RESORT entrance which is ½ mile east of the theatre entrance and you will be directed to the proper parking area. Shuttle service is provided from the disabled accessible lot to the theatre (but not to/from the other parking lots).

Q: Can I park overnight at Alpine Valley? Can I camp at Alpine Valley?

A: Unfortunately, county ordinances prohibit us from allowing overnight parking and we are not offering camping for any shows this season.

Q: Where are nearby campgrounds or lodging?

A: Visit for local campgrounds. Search popular travel sites for hotels in East Troy, Elkhorn, Mukwonago, Delavan, Lake Geneva, and surrounding areas for lodging options.

Q: I lost something at an Alpine Valley show, what do I do?

A: Send an e-mail with a description of what you lost with as many details as possible along with your contact information to

Q: I just got my tickets and my lawn seats have rows and seat numbers on them, what does this mean?

A: All lawn seating at Alpine Valley is general admission. The row and seat numbers on lawn tickets are for recordkeeping purposes only.

Q: I just got my tickets and my seat numbers are not sequential, what’s does this mean?

A: Reserved seats are numbered as follows: Sections 101 & 201- Odd numbers (1,3,5...) with lower numbers beginning at the center aisle. Sections 103 & 203- Even numbers (2,4,6…) with lower numbers beginning at the center aisle. Sections 102 & 202- Sequential numbers (100,101,102…) beginning with 100, moving from stage left to stage right.

Q: What shows are coming to Alpine Valley this year?

A: The most recent lineup is always available at and by calling our information line at 262.642.4400 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 262.642.4400 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. If the show you are inquiring about is not listed, it means that it has not been officially announced as of yet.

Q: How do I buy tickets for Alpine Valley shows?

A: Tickets for all Alpine Valley shows are available at,, or charge by phone at 800.745.3000.

Q: How do I get to the theatre, I cannot find anything online?

A: Visit, search for Alpine Valley, then click “Driving Directions.”

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