The Independence Day Concert on July 4 will be located at Rotary Green, 164 Lions Drive, east of Lions Park.
The Tuesday night concerts will be located on the Village Green at 901 Wellington Avenue.
What time can I set up my chairs?
Tuesday night concerts on the Village Green - chair setup will be permitted beginning at 3pm.
Independence Day Concert (July 4) - chair setup will be permitted beginning at 8 am.
Any chairs set up prior to these times will be removed and placed at the edge of the concert area.
Please be courteous and respectful of other patrons as you set up your chairs and note that chairs are not permitted in the marked aisles. While you are welcome to set up your chairs and return later in the day, the Village is not responsible for lost, stolen or moved items.
Where can I park?
Parking for the Tuesday night concerts on the Village Green is available at the following locations:
Elk Grove Park District Pavilion (1000 Wellington Ave)
Admiral Byrd School (265 Wellington Ave)
Salt Creek School (65 John F. Kennedy Blvd)
Alexian Brothers Medical Center, Eberle Parking Garage (804 Biesterfield Road)
Handicapped parking is available at the Elk Grove Village Public Library (1001 Wellington Avenue), which can be accessed from the Elk Grove Town Center lot to the east.
On-street parking is also plentiful around the venue location. We encourage those attendees who reside near the Village Green to walk to minimize vehicle traffic in the area.
Parking for the Independence Day Concert (July 4) is available at the following locations:
Elk Grove High School
Grove Junior High (773 W Elk Grove Boulevard)
Queen of the Rosary Church (680 W Elk Grove Boulevard) - Parking for concert patrons will be available starting at 2PM
Salt Creek School (65 John F. Kennedy Boulevard)
Ridge Family Learning Center (650 Ridge Ave)
Hattendorf Center (225 E Elk Grove Boulevard)
Clearmont School (280 Clearmont Drive)
Audobon Park (300 E Elk Grove Boulevard)
Morton Park (957 Brantwood Avenue)
Limited handicap parking is available beginning at 2PM at Queen of the Rosary Church (680 W Elk Grove Boulevard)
On-street parking is limited to one side of the street in the vicinity of the event and street parking will be prohibited on Elk Grove Boulevard. We encourage attendees who reside nearby to walk to minimize vehicle traffic in the area.
Take advantage of this convenient service and don’t forget to wear a helmet and reflective clothing and bring bike lights for the ride home! As a reminder, when cycling at night, Illinois requires a rear red reflector and white front light visible up to 500 feet.
Where Can I Stand?
The Concert area will have a designated, labeled, Standing-Room Only area. At the Village Green this area is located on the north side of the stage, at Rotary Green this area is located south of the stage in the Lions Park parking lot.
Standing is NOT permitted in the aisles.
What kind of food and drink options will be available?
At all concerts, food and drink will be available at an affordable price for the family. No alcohol will be sold at the concert.
Can I bring in my own food/drink?
Yes! Concert attendees are welcome to bring in their food and drink from home, or buy food from nearby eateries and bring it in. Any food brought in should be ready to eat--cooking food on-site will not be permitted.
What can I bring?
For the safety, comfort and convenience of attendees, the Village no longer allows tables, tarps, construction tape, blankets, towels or any similar ground coverings at the concert. Sun umbrellas and grills are also prohibited. Chairs and coolers are welcome and encouraged.
Is alcohol permitted?
While no alcohol will be sold at the concert, attendees are permitted to bring in alcoholic drinks. We encourage guests to enjoy the concerts responsibly in a manner that will not disrupt other patrons.
For the the 4th of July concert, please note that no alcohol is permitted on school property, which includes the Elk Grove High School Fields across the street from the concert.
Is Smoking Permitted?
No smoking is permitted at Village events, which includes all concerts in the Summer Concert Series.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are permitted on public property, but per village ordinance they must be on a leash at all times. Please remember that there will be a large crowd and loud concert, which may cause distress to your pet. Please consider the safety and comfort of your pet and other concert attendees as you make your plans. If a problem arises, you will be asked to remove your dog from the premises.
How can I request an accessibility accommodation?
Questions regarding accommodations for attendees with disabilities should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees are encouraged to e-mail email@example.com as early as possible with any questions or specific accommodation requests. In order to make the necessary arrangements, requests for accommodation must be submitted not later than one week prior to the concert for which the accommodations are needed.