About this event
One Family R&B Festival Featuring Jacquees, Switch, Rome, Nellie Tiger Travis, Levelle and Paul Anthony with TripleMan Team
Gates open at 2pm show starts at 4pm
Only clear bags will be allowed!!!! No exceptions
If not purchase from Festival Vendors, No Outside Foods and/or Beverages. No Alcohol products allowed on Festival Grounds. All Patrons leave the following at home. Glass Bottles, Cans, Drugs, Fireworks, Weapons of any kind (including, but not limited to Firearms, Knives and/or sharp objects of any type are prohibited.) Laser pointers, any missile-like objects or throwing toys, such as Beach Balls, Frisbees, signs attached to sticks and/or poles. No Large bags, Backpacks, Personal Tents and/or Coolers of any size. Picnic Chairs/Blankets are allowed.
CAN I BRING MY CHILD, AND WILL THEY NEED A TICKET?
If you're thinking about taking your little ones with you, here's some information to take into account. There are sometimes age restrictions that won't allow children under a certain age into an event, so please check this on the event page before buying any tickets.
Unless we specifically say otherwise on the event information page, your children will need their own ticket, even if they'll be sitting on your knee.
Children aged 0-18 months
Very few shows, if any, are aimed at this age group, even family events and shows.
18 months – 5 years
We wouldn't recommend taking children this young to concerts or festivals, unless there's a specific age restriction set by the venue or event organizer's, this is completely up to you.
For shows aimed at children, the sound levels are generally appropriate for this age group but do check the event details on our website and get in touch for further advice if you're in any doubt.
5 years and over
We'd always advise thinking very carefully before bringing young children to concerts and festival events that aren't specifically aimed at children. It's important to remember that a live show might be very different from what you see when the act performs on TV. So even if your little ones like the TV show, the live act might not be appropriate. Noise levels may also not be suitable for young children.
Please remember that adults go to concerts and festival events to relax and enjoy themselves – if your children aren't used to this type of atmosphere, it may not be an enjoyable experience for them.
(Virginia Prep & The Mix 88.9) IS NOT RESPONSIBLE NOR WILL BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR ANY MINOR OR SEVERE INJURY(IES), FATALITIES, LOST OF CHILDREN.")
All Patrons entering Festival Park are subject to search by Metal-Detecting Hand Wands, Hoods and/or pat downs. Additionally, All Small Bags, Briefcases and Purses are subject to search at venue entrances.
Virginia Prep & The Mix 88.9 Promoter, has a zero (0) tolerance for any objectionable person(s) who act in an aggressive manner related to moshing (mosh pit), pushing, slam dancing, crowd surfing, body diving, stage diving, stage storming, creating a scene of panic. We ask for all event Patrons to be respectful and considerate of one another while attending event. The Promoter has absolute right to end concert performance immediately due to any of these acts of aggressive behavior. Any violation, disruption and/or violence on the premises to these rules or regulations will result of non-entry into Lynchburg Riverfront Park and held criminally liable by local law enforcement authorities.