Cathedral City Community Amphitheater Information
Welcome! We want you to have a wonderful time enjoying world-class music and events in a world-class setting at the Cathedral City Community Amphitheater. Please see below for a few rules to remember while you are visiting with us. Most importantly, your activities must not negatively impact the enjoyment of others or contribute to any damage to the venue. Use caution and remember that you are visiting at your own risk.
Guests and their possessions are subject to inspection as a condition of admittance. Upon arrival at the gate entrance, please have your bags open and available for review.
- No outside alcohol allowed.
- Liquids in factory sealed containers only.
- No marijuana or illegal drugs.
- Smoking and vaping are not permitted in the Cathedral City Community Amphitheater.
- No weapons.
- No glass.
- No pets during events.
- Chairs and blankets may be set-up when gates open before the event start. Gate times may vary.
- Camp chairs with legs are permitted in concrete seating bowl and the back portion of the lawn between the wall and hashtags indicated on the lawn only.
- No wagons or strollers.
- No remote controlled flying devices or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) are prohibited.
- The use of audio or video recording devices, professional cameras with removable lenses is not permitted during any performance.
- By attending the Cathedral City Community Amphitheater, you agree that you may be photographed, filmed, or otherwise recorded for use in marketing, promotional and/or training materials.
- Violators are subject to ejection.
- City of Cathedral City Management reserves final decision on items brought into the venue. Intoxicated patrons may be denied admittance to the Amphitheater.
- Gates generally open 60 minutes prior to a show. View specific show information as gate opening is subject to change.
- Chairs with legs are permitted in the concrete bowl only. Stadium chairs without legs or legs less than 3 inches are permitted on the lawn.
- Access to the amphitheater is subject to scheduled events. A ticket may be required for admittance.
- Glass bottles or other containers are strictly prohibited in the park and in the amphitheater.
- Amplified music is not allowed (unless permitted by the venue); please limit the enjoyment of music to headphones.
- Exercise equipment that obstructs access to stairs, benches and other areas or that could cause damage to the venue or injury and to others is not allowed.
- Climbing or hanging on venue structures is prohibited.
- Pets are welcome during non-event hours. By law, you are required to leash and clean up after your pet.
- Setting up tables, booths, and signage (commercial or otherwise) is prohibited.
- By trademark law, you may not reproduce the logo or represent any unauthorized affiliation with City of Cathedral City or Cathedral City Community Amphitheater.
- The use of skateboards and roller blades is prohibited.
- Private vending is prohibited, which includes, but is not limited to, the sale of merchandise, food, beverages, and tickets.
- Remote controlled flying devices or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) are prohibited.
- Leaving stickers and art in the amphitheater is not only prohibited, but it is also considered defacing private property and is a crime.
- Groups using picnic areas with 20 or more participants will need a special use permit.
Free Concert Permitted & Prohibited Items
- Camp Chairs with legs are permitted in the concrete upper patio area ONLY.
- Stadium seats, seat cushions, and camp chairs and blankets may not be set up prior to gates opening on the day of the show.
- Chairs with legs are not permitted on grass areas. Stadium chairs without legs or legs less than 3 inches are permitted on the lawn.
- Non-alcoholic beverages in factory sealed plastic containers (32 oz. or less), unless prohibited by the show; some shows may require the removal of lids upon entering the Amphitheater.
- Empty, reusable water bottles and, aluminum bottles (32 oz. or less)
- Soft-sided coolers, six-pack size (10″ x 7″ x 7″ or smaller)
- Cloth bags, soft packs (12” x 17” x 12” or smaller) including backpacks
- Food for personal consumption only
- Blankets/Tarps (Max Size 5’x7′)
(Violators are subject to citation and ejection and items are subject to confiscation)
- Liquids in non-factory sealed containers
- Alcoholic beverages, marijuana, and illegal drugs*
- Smoking of any kind is strictly prohibited in the Amphitheater (including e-cigarettes and vape pens).
- Glass bottles/objects or beverage cans
- Animals (with the exception of service animals as defined by the ADA)
- Laser pointers
- Hard-sided coolers
- Audio or video recording devices, GoPros, 360-degree cameras, and cameras with removable lenses
- Selfie sticks
- Weapons of any kind (e.g. guns, knives, chains, studded/spiked jewelry)
- Totems (self-crafted, decorated sticks or poles)
- Bullhorns and noisemakers
- Aerosols (e.g., hairspray, sunscreen)
- Framed backpacks
- Confetti, glitter and other items that can be thrown
- Tarps larger than 5’x7′
- Remote controlled flying devices or UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles)
- Violators are subject to ejection.
- For your safety and the safety of others, guests and their possessions are subject to inspection as a condition of admittance. Upon arrival at the gate entrances, please have your bags open and available for inspection. City of Cathedral City management reserves final decision on items brought into the venue. Intoxicated patrons may be denied admittance to the amphitheater.
In order to provide a safe and comfortable environment for concertgoers, there are policies and procedures in place to restrict drugs of all types from entering the venue as well as their use, distribution, and sale. However, the following procedures are in place to accommodate patrons requiring the legitimate use of prescription medications while attending an event:
- Patrons should only bring the quantity of medication needed for the duration of the show; please leave excess medication at home or in your vehicle.
- Prescription medication must be in the original prescription container with the patient’s name and dosage listed on the label.
- At entrances, venue medical staff will verify the medication and name on the label match the actual medication and patron’s identification.
- Patrons with more medication than is necessary for the duration of the show will be asked to return the excess medication to their vehicle. In instances where this is not possible, the medication will be stored with medical staff in the first aid room at the concession stand or disposed of.