2013 Music in the Mountains - Season Pass
Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 6:00 PM - Saturday, August 31, 2013 at 9:30 PM (PDT)
Welcome to "Nature's Harmony Tour" for Season 7 at the Big Bear Discovery Center Amphitheater. Get in harmony with nature and some of the best classic rock tribute music in SOCAL!
Thank you for your Season Pass purchase(s)! Our event dates are June 29, July 20 and August 31, 2013. Many of you are returning guests; your continued support and loyalty is very much appreciated. We hope you purchased the "Early Bird Special" before May 1; a $15 savings per pass or $30 per couple! After May 1, the adult season pass will be $110 each. Your ticket and concession dollars will continue to support restoration on the San Bernardino National Forest ~ the busiest national forest in the nation ~ and our urban forests in Southern California's Inland Empire. Together, we can bring balance and harmony in nature through music for future generations to enjoy!
Your Season Pass includes reserved parking at the Discovery Center (1 car per 2 adult passes, teen and youth; 1 per guest family) and reserved BENCH seating. You can plan to arrive at anytime as parking and seating will be held for you for the entire evening.
A season parking pass will be mailed to you to present to the volunteer parking gate staff to enter the Discovery Center parking lot. Lot will open at 5:00pm. Parking is on a first-come basis in all three lots. Volunteer parking staff will assist. Handicapped parking with the state-approved placard and/or license plate will be accommodated on a first-come basis in terms of location as directed by volunteer parking staff.
Ticket gate will also open at 5:00pm; all events; call oncerts begin at 6:00pm and end by 9:30pm. Please present your printed ticket to volunteer ticket staff; they will scan your ticket to indicate your arrival and provide you a colored wristband; please wear for the entire evening so that you can be identified as a Season Pass guest. Please keep your digital season pass for future events.
Bench seating is unassigned and will be available on a first-come basis; seats will be marked off by striping; please contain your personal property within the designated space; much appreciated as we will sell all spaces to fund raise for our nonprofit. Simply flash your wristband at our volunteer ushers to enter your seating area.
Teens (13-17) and youth 12 and under attending all events require a purchased season pass to enter; they, too, will receive a colored wristband that will be checked by our volunteer ushers. Music-loving dogs on leash will be admitted FREE into this area. Please plan to arrive early to obtain the best seating locations that allow more space for your campanion.
Please NOTE: The bench seating area offers down front and upclose seats in the "dance zone"; these are the first 3 rows across all three sections. It also offers more elevated seats across the 3 sections. Please plan to arrive when gates open if you have a specific preference as seating is first-come.
Early seat reservations will be available only to members of the Southern California Mountains Foundation; please show your member card to enter the Amphitheater from Noon to 3pm on concert dates.
Note: As a season pass holder, you may sit in the open and casual seating if that is your preference. Bring your own beach chair and set up your space. We will rent chairs at $5 each as supplies last.
Food & Beverages: You may bring your own food to picnic at the Amphitheater; however, no outside beverages (except bottled water) will be allowed; coolers will be checked at the entrance in accordance with ABC license requirements; thank you in advance for your cooperation. We plan to expand our food court area to offer more choices (more detail to follow as we confirm additional vendors). Sandwiches, hot dogs, snacks, sodas, waters, kettle corn and other great snacks and treats will be available for sale. A beer, wine , margarita and speciality drink bar will be open at your service offering a great selection of imports, ales and domestic beers; red, white and blush wines; and regular and strawberry margaritas plus a selection of themed drinks specific to each concert.
Money Matters: Please bring cash to purchase tickets at the gate and concession sales. Thanks so much for your support.
As a Season Pass Holder and you prefer to park off-site, free parking will be available at Meadows Edge with Free Shuttle: Free parking will be available in the Meadows Edge trailhead parking lot; located ¼ mile west of the Discovery Center entrance; signage will direct you to Meadows Edge; a free shuttle will run from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.
December 2012 we launched a new brand for clearer and expanded identity of our 501(c)3 nonprofit organization to "Southern California Mountains Foundation" (formerly San Bernardino National Forest Association).
Your ticket and concession dollars will continue to support restoration on the San Bernardino National Forest ~ the busiest national forest in the nation ~ and our urban forests in Southern California's Inland Empire. We focus on the heavily-used, high-damaged areas year-round utilizing underserved youth from our mountain and surrounding urban communities through community service initiatives to help them succeed in creating green career choices and pursue secondary education while creating healthier public lands in harmony. We also recruit adults and families to help restore and protect our natural resources through year-round programming on our mountains trails and community parks.
The Southern California Mountains Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit; Tax ID 33-0556414. Please email event producer, Kathy Clapsaddle, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 805.750.2506 with any questions.Thank you for your support of the Mountains Foundation and Music in the Mountains!
All events are rain or shine; tickets are non-refundable
Visit our web site at www.MountainsFoundation.org