1How much are tickets?
Ticket prices start at $15 and go on sale April 13. On May 1 prices increase to $25. To purchase tickets at the event, please visit the box office located at the corner of Third and Church Streets. (There is a minimum $4 service charge per ticket with a portion going to charity plus tax.) Below is additional information on fees: EventSprout fees include the costs incurred by EventSprout or the event organizer from third-party providers for each transaction (a processing fee), shipping and handling fees (when applicable) and sums charged by EventSprout as consideration for providing its software and services to the event organizer and registrant (service fee). Our service fee covers the costs associated with operating EventSprout and ensuring that you have a top-notch registration experience.
2Who is performing on Thursday night?
Judah & the Lion with special guests Jaggermouth & Reaves
3Who is performing on Friday night?
Chase Rice & Easton Corbin with special guest Travis Denning
4Who is performing on Saturday night?
Dustin Lynch with special guests Brett Young and Lindsay Ell
5What time do the gates open for general admission ticket holders?
6What time does the music start?
7Can I leave the concert area and re-enter?
Unfortunately there is no re-entry.
8What amenities will be in the concert area?
The area will have food & beverage for sale and restrooms
9What are the rules to enter the concert area?
The following items are not allowed inside the concert area: outside food and drink, coolers, illegal drugs, controlled substances, weapons, bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters (except for handicapped vehicles), pets/animals (except for assistance animals), professional cameras with removeable lenses, recording devices, selfie sticks, laser pointers, strobe lights, irritants (e.g. artificial noisemakers), bundles (e.g. package), backpack (unless clear & subject to search), fireworks, umbrellas and containers of any kind.
10Where is the concert area located?
The concert area is located in Romare Bearden Park. 300 South Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28202. The address is also printed on the ticket.
11Do you have to have a ticket to enter the concert area?
Yes, everyone must have a ticket for concert entry regardless of age.
12Are there still free opportunities at the event?
Other than the nightly concerts on the Coca-Cola stage, ALL other Circle K Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola activities are FREE to the public. This includes driver appearances & autographs, games, samples, music and more!
13Is there still an opportunity to hear music for free?
Yes, there is also music provided on the Mello Yello stage located on Tryon Street at Stonewall Street.
14What other events are taking place during the month of May?
Don’t miss these other great 600 Festival Association events: Movies on the Campus, downtown Kannapolis – May 4th; Zucchini 600, downtown Kannapolis - May 5th; Haulers on Union Parade & Fan Fest presented by Freightliner, downtown Concord – May 17th with a parade of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series haulers and activities for the whole family; Little 600, GoPro Motorplex, Mooresville – May 22nd with the NASCAR Spotters and NASCAR drivers competing in the fleet of rental go-karts.
15Why are you charging for the concerts?
As we enter our 24th year of Circle K Speed Street, it’s a great opportunity to implement changes that reflect our guests’ feedback. The fans have asked for bigger artists to appear on their hometown stage and that’s exactly what we are doing.
16Does everyone need a concert ticket to enter the concert area or are their ages that do not need a ticket?
All guests no matter of age must have a concert ticket in order to enter the concert venue.
17Are the events rain or shine?
All events are rain or shine. However if there is a weather threat, we will work with our team to ensure safety of our guests. Please continue to check our website and social media pages.
18Is there seating, can we bring lawn chairs?
The concert area is on grass and you can bring a chair or blanket if you prefer. Please note that chair & blanket areas may be required to be placed in a specific area as directed by security.
19Is there a will-call window?
There is not a will call for this show unless you receive your tickets direct from the band. In that case, will-call will be at the ticket booth located at Church Street & 3rd Street starting at 5 p.m. Please look for signage.
20Can you scan the ticket from my phone?
No, you have to print your tickets prior to arriving at the event.
21Is there handicap accessibility or other ADA resources available in the concert area?
Yes, there will be a handicap/wheel chair accessible area at the event. If you are living with a disability and have functional needs, please give 48 hours’ notice for any accommodation. You may reach us at 704-455-8888.
22Where can I park?
Please refer to the Directions menu for parking options. http://600festival.com/speed-street-where-to-park/