White Oak Amphitheatre Rules
The White Oak Amphitheater in Greensboro, NC was built for the enjoyment of arts and entertainment for the community. To keep everything running as smoothly as possible, they ask that guests abide by the following rules and regulations:
Outside food and beverages (including alcohol) are prohibited.
Stadium seat cushions are permitted, as long as they do not have legs.
Rental lawn chairs are permitted. Guests may bring blankets.
Events are held in rain and shine. Rain jackets and ponchos are permitted. Umbrellas must be compact at 12″ or smaller.
Binoculars are permitted.
Audio and recording devices are strictly prohibited. Point-and-shoot cameras are allowed. Cameras with detachable lenses are prohibited.
Shirt and shoes must be worn (and remain worn) to gain admission.
The Amphitheater prefers to keep events friendly to all; therefore, smoking is prohibited everywhere, including the lawn.
However enticing it may be, sliding down the grass hill is prohibited.
Bag Policy: Bags larger than 10” x 8” x 8” are not allowed inside the event area. Women may bring small purses, though it must be an actual purse and not a container or otherwise sealed package substituting as one. Diaper bags are only allowed if the baby is accompanying them.
The following bags are prohibited: Backpacks, knapsacks, camera or equipment bags, parcels, packages, sealed containers, coolers, totes, large pocket books, briefcases, portfolios, umbrellas larger than 12″, binocular cases, duffel bags, paper sacks, or any kind of material or device that could be used to conceal items.
All purses and diaper bags may be subject to inspection.
Other items not permitted in event area include, but are not limited to: alcohol, illegal substances, knives, weapons of any kind (even with a permit), artificial noise makers, cans/glass/metal containers, beach balls, canes (for non medical purposes), sticks, fireworks and explosives, helium balloons, laser pointers, pets (other than disability animals), promotional items, signs, banners, and flags.