The concert season is here and after two years of dealing with a pandemic, you might be a little rusty when it comes to what to do or what not to do when you attend a show at Darien Lake.

The weather looks pretty amazing for this weekend's show featuring Morgan Wallen! The show is sold out and the tickets are very hard to get, but if you are lucky to have one, there are some things to remember.

Items ALLOWED to be brought in to venue:
-Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC tote bags no larger than 12" x 6" x 12"
-Small clutch bags (4.5" x 6.5") – these do not need to be clear
-Blankets
-Food Items – (1) 1-gallon clear bag/person
-Water – (1) 1-gallon factory sealed bottle/person
-Bug Spray and Sunscreen – non-aerosol only please
-Umbrellas (36" or shorter; no metal tips)
-Cameras (non-professional only; no detachable lenses)

Items NOT ALLOWED to be brought in to venue include, but are not limited to:
-Lawn chairs of any kind
-Coolers of any kind
-Weapons of any kind
-Alcohol
-Illegal drugs/substances
-Glass containers
-Cans
-Bags that are not clear or are larger than 12” x 6” x 12”
-Laser pointers
-Animals (except service animals)
-Fireworks

Keep in mind, hydrate as often as possible (not just beer or booze). By Saturday afternoon the heat index could be closing in on 100 degrees!

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