We are looking forward to seeing you this Friday for the Up In Smoke Tour featuring Cheech & Chong and WAR. There are a few things to keep in mind as we approach the concert date
Parking is located in the dirt lot to the west of the Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson dealership. This parking lot will open 2 hours prior to the gate opening.
When the dirt lot is full, patrons will be directed to the Outlets at Loveland, near I-25 and US-34. A free shuttle will provide transportation to and from Thunder Mountain Amphitheatre. The shuttle will continue to run approximately one (1) hour after the concert. Parking is free at the Outlets at Loveland.
Please make sure you grab all items from your vehicle before entering. Once you leave, you may not reenter the venue.
Motorcycle parking is available in front of the Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson dealership.
Can I tailgate in the parking lot?
No, tailgate parties are strictly prohibited in all parking lots.
Allowed and Prohibited Items
- Seat cushions or softsided stadium seats (NO seats with metal frames)
- Strollers (folding umbrella style ONLY)
- Bug Spray
- Outside food and beverages
- Illegal Drugs
- Lawn chairs (NO chairs with legs or metal frames)
- Laser Pointers (will be confiscated and patron is subject to ejection)
- Recording Devices
- Professional Photography
- Any weapon or item construed as a weapon such as guns, knives, sticks, or firearms
- Bullhorns or noise makers
- Backpacks (All bags are subject to search)
- Animals (except guide dogs)
- Skateboards or in-line skates
For the safety of our guests, lawn chairs with legs and/or metal frames may NOT be brought into Thunder Mountain Amphitheatre. However, seat cushions, soft sided camping seats or stadium seats under 18" wide are allowed. No items with legs are permitted.
Personal cameras are allowed in the venue. However, flash photography, video and removable lens cameras are NOT permitted without venue approval.
107.9 The Bear will be taking photos during the event. You can see them at 1079thebear.com shortly after the event.