White Plains Business Improvement District

July 23: Rock White Plains with Smash Mouth

 

Tuesday, July 23

Gates open: 6 pm
Show: 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Mamaroneck Ave. between Main St. and Martine Ave.

Come and enjoy a summer evening in downtown White Plains with multi-platinum, California pop-rockers Smash Mouth! Southern rocker Nikki Hill will open the night. Free music, rain or shine.

 

Wristbands are needed for 21 and older to purchase beer or wine outside. Purchase tickets in advance to exchange for a wristband and expedite your entry on the day of the event. Wristbands are $10 day-of.

 

If you are only coming to see the show and are not drinking alcohol, entry is free.

 

See below for important things to know before you go and parking information.

 

All bags and IDs subject to check. Entrance only at Mamaroneck Ave. at Martine Ave.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Things to know before you go!

To purchase alcohol outside, you must be 21 yrs. old + and purchase a ticket/wristband. This is available in advance via Eventbrite or cash only at the gate. A photo ID is required for purchase of the wristband (valid and current motor vehicle operator’s license, identity card issued by the state Department of Motor Vehicles, or a passport along with another form of photo ID with date of birth)

Attending solely to listen to music is FREE to all ages.

Re-entry is subject to search.

Everyone must enter through single main entrance located on Mamaroneck Avenue at Martine Avenue with multiple entry portals.

As is City of White Plains policy, police reserve the right to limit entry due to crowd control, regardless of whether or not a patron has a wristband ticket. No refunds for any wristband(s) purchased to anyone that is denied entry for any reason including closure of event for crowd control.

Restricted Items:

No backpacks or oversized bags larger than 18″x14″

No coolers

No chairs

No bicycles or skateboards

No weapons or firearms

No glass

No alcohol or illegal substances of any kind

Original seal on all plastic bottle caps must not be broken

No pets

No drones

No cameras with detachable lenses or video cameras

No umbrellas except small, collapsible umbrellas

Parking:

On July 23, 2019 only, patrons may park in any of the downtown garages (excluding the library garage) and pay for the number of hours of parking that they require notwithstanding any signs within the garages that limit parking in a particular spot to 2 or 3 hours. Go to any pay station and select the option that will allow you to enter the number of hours that you need to park.

       Patrons using the Park White Plains app may, on July 23, 2019 only, enter a new parking session for the garage and spot that they have already parked in IMMEDIATELY AFTER the expiration of the original parking session. Simply start a new session once the original session has expired.

Directions to Parking: