From the official Concerts for the Coast website, here’s some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:
TICKETS – REENTRY
Everyone (yes, even kids of all ages) required to have ticket; no tickets available at the gate. Recommend to not buy from secondary market as there are some with no scruples who will double print tickets or produce fake ones.
Ticket necessary to ride the shuttle.
Strict No Re Entry Policy to be enforced.
Doors – 3:00 pm
Showtime – 4:45 with Roddie Romero and the Hub City All Stars
ADA – Disabilities
Parking at Surf Style parking lot, NE corner of Hwy 59 and East Beach Blvd. Handicapped placards you must have.
Enter at Main Entrance.
Viewing at special platform, wheelchair accessible and bathrooms.
500 ft ‘no boating zone’ issued by Alabama Marine Police (safety concerns)
Subject to search at the gate, please have your stuff ready to keep the lines moving.
Framed or large backpacks
Food or beverages
Cameras, Video Recorders, Audio Recorders
Skateboards, scooters, bicycles
Personal motorized vehicles
Pets (service dogs excluded)
Unauthorized/ unlicensed vending
Moshing, Crowd Surfing, and/or Stage Diving (really? I can’t mosh at a Jimmy Buffett show?)
Unauthorized solicitation, handbills, sampling, giveaways
Aerosol Cans, including sunscreen
Glow Sticks, Laser Pointers, Wands
Weapons of any kind
Illegal substances or drug paraphernalia
SAFETY AND MEDICAL
Every effort is being made for a safe and healthy experience for everyone. They are working with public and private security and medical staff.
Medical tents will be throughout the site, main medical station will be next to the West Entrance.
Remember to stay hydrated, lack of water is one of the biggest medical problems at festivals.
Thank You, Good Night!