Patrons and Sponsors
Q: How do I contact the concert for information on sponsorship/advertising or becoming an Patron?+
You may email , call or reach us on facebook . You may also go to the contact page to send a message. Phone numbers and addresses are also available on that page.
Q: If we have one additional person in our patron party can we add them?+
Absolutely, for an additional fee of $75 per person for adults and $25 for students. Additional Patron tickets can be purchased online in our Sponsorship Packages section.
Q: How is the Patron area seating arranged?+
Patron seating is on a first come, first served basis. There will be no tables and chairs provided inside the roped-off patron seating area by the stage. Patrons will need to bring their choice of seating, low-back chairs, blankets, etc.
Q: When are funds due?+
May 27th is the final date to become a Patron as the caterer has a deadline.
Q: How much are the tickets?+
The advanced ticket price for the event is $12 for adults and $5 for students under age 18. Tickets at the gate will be priced at $15 for adults and $5 for students under 18. Children 5 and under are FREE. Click here for more information.
Q: Where do I buy tickets?+
You can purchase tickets online or from any of the businesses located within the Tickets Information section.
Q: Will I be able to pay for my tickets with a credit/debit card the day of the event?+
Yes, there will be credit card machines available to purchase tickets.
Q: Is there re-entry into the event?+
Yes, re-entry is permitted with your wristband signifying ticket purchase is shown when re-entering the Concert event.
Q: Are tickets refundable?+
No. Tickets are non-refundable.
Q: Where can I find a schedule of the days events?+
Please visit the Event Information section for a complete schedule in PDF format. Additionally, programs will be available at the gate. There will also be announcements throughout the day as to the upcoming events.
Q: What activities will there be for children?+
We have a number of great activities lined up for the kids this year such as Music and Bands on main stage, MOCA Museum activities, Face Painting, "Be The Hamster" Snowcone Maker, field games, MOSH Museum, Orange Park Art Guild, Band Instrument Zoo and Orchestra Instrument Zoo, and Bill's Caricature's pictures. Feel free to bring kites, frisbees or any other outdoor activities. There will be plenty of space to relax and enjoy the festivities.
Q: Who will be performing pre-concert entertainment?+
We have a variety of talented bands, and the runners-up to the music and vocal contests to entertain you before the main event with the Jacksonville Symphony. Please visit the Event Information section for a complete schedule.
Pre-concert entertainment will include:
- The Concert on the Green Concerto Competition Finalists
- 77d's Rock and Roll Band
- University of North Florida School of Music Percussion Ensemble
- Clay High School Show Chorus
- Orange Park High School Award Winning Jazz Band
Day of the Event
Q: Can I bring a cooler, food or beverages?+
This year, the St. Johns Country Day School in conjuction with food vendors (Food Trucks!), will be providing food and drinks for concert goers. OUTSIDE ALCOHOL is allowed into the concert area along with picnic baskets and small coolers. A complete list of food and drink items are listed in our Vendors section.
Q: Can I bring an umbrella?+
Yes, but be prepared to put it down when the entertainment begins.
Q: How close are the restrooms?+
Sufficient restrooms will be available within the concert grounds.
Q: Is there a handicapped area?+
Yes, there will be both a handicap parking area and a handicapped area on the grounds. If additional physicial assistance is needed, please let us know. We would be happy to arrange for a golf cart escort.
Q: Can I bring a chair?+
Yes, but keep it low in height.
Q: How much is parking?+
Parking is free for all concert goers. We will have special parking areas for Patrons, Volunteers and Symphony members. There will be signs indicating where to park.
Q: Can I record the event and bring recordable devices?+
Q: What happens if it rains?+
All musicians are scheduled to perform "rain" or "shine". In the event of rain, the Concert will be held at the Performing Arts Center of St. Johns Country Day School located at 3100 Doctors Lake Drive, Orange Park. With a 600 seat capacity, all Patrons will have reserved seats and any remaining seats will be filled on a first-come, first-seated basis.
Q: Are pets allowed?+
No pets are allowed, except for service animals.
Q: Are ATM's available at the event?+