All Seating is General Admission
There are plenty of seating options at Pickin’ in the Pines. All seating is general admission, first-come, first-served. The lush lawns of the Amphitheater offer plenty of space for your tarp, blanket (no larger than 8 x 8), or lawn chair. Only low-profile chairs are allowed on the first half of the lawn closest to the stage and high-profile, regular lawn chairs are allowed behind the signs posted defining the two areas of lawn seating. If we can roll a basketball under it, it is a high-profile chair, and we will kindly ask you to move behind the signs.
We provide folding chairs and stadium style seating located under the shade canopy in front of the stage. This seating is also general admission, first-come, first-served seating. We encourage people to use empty chairs in the covered area and we ask that seats not be saved or left empty for an extended period-of-time. If you vacate your seat for more than 20 minutes, it will be considered available for others to use. Personal lawn chairs are not allowed in the folding chair area however, they are allowed on the concrete section behind the stadium style seating. The seats under the canopy are designated listening areas. Please be considerate of your neighbors and keep your conversations to a minimum.
You must remove your chairs and sun shades with you at the end of every day, and we are not responsible for them. If you leave them at the end of the night, we will put them in front of the amphitheater.
Shade tents or canopies are limited to an 10′ x 10′ footprint and may only be set up in a single row wrapping around the back edge of the lawn and in front of the vendor areas. Considering our available space, please be considerate by not blocking anyone’s view of the stage. Shade tents and canopies along with all other personal property must be removed each night. If you leave them at the end of the night, we will put them in front of the amphitheater.
Sun Shades: Staking of sun shades in the amphitheater is not allowed, please bring something to weigh down your sun shades. There is only a small, limited space on the lawn where sun shades are allowed and it is first come first serve.