JOIN US AT DEER CROSSING PARK TO ROCK THE PANDEMIC!
A socially distant evening that will knock your mask off!
...Just remember to put it back on!
ROMEOVILLE TOYOTA PAVILION
1050 W. ROMEO RD.
Every Thursday in August, we'll feature a new band at the Romeoville Toyota Pavilion.
August 6 - Sixteen Candles (80's Cover Band)
August 13 - The Country Night (Country)
August 20 - Heartache (Eagles Tribute Band)
August 27 - Anthem (Classic Rock)
RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
Ticket registration is open to residents only.
Pre-registration is required and will open 6 days in advance of each concert and close 24 hours prior to the event. In order to reserve tickets, you must have a WebTrac account (our registration software) and be logged in. To register for a WebTrac Account, click HERE.
If tickets are sold out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on a waiting list.
$20 POD IN TIERED SEATING
(POD HOLDS UP TO 6 PEOPLE)
$15 POD IN GRASS AREA
(POD HOLD UP TO 6 PEOPLE)
$5 INDIVIDUAL TICKET
(1 TICKET PER PERSON - 50 TICKETS AVAILABLE. Individual tickets must be assigned to each household member attending the concert)
Every pod and ticket sale comes with 1 COUPON, valued at the price of your pod or ticket, for the Fat Ricky's Concession Stand!
To adhere to COVID-19 phase 4 guidelines, the park will have 50 individual tickets designated to a certain area and 24 “pods” available.
*Due to limited space these concerts will be open to Romeoville residents only*
Pods are designated 18’ spaces marked for up to 6 people max and cannot merge with other guests or pods. One resident will reserve the pod and can invite up to 5 additional guests.
Individual tickets must be assigned to each household member attending the concert.
Individual ticket purchasers must maintain social distancing from other non-household members in their area.
Masks will be required to walk into the park, getting concessions, or going to the restroom. Masks can be taken off when inside your designated pod or individual viewing spot.
CONCERT RULES & GUIDELINES