The Stanford Concert Network Presents
Frost Music and Arts Festival
with Delorean and Kuroma
May 18, 2013 at Frost Amphitheater from 3–7:30 PM.
Rekindling the tradition Stanford loved when the Grateful Dead graced the stage, Stanford students and the entire Bay Area will be able to experience the magic of Frost Amphitheater at a major student-produced concert this May for the second year of the Revival. Come relax under the beautiful spring sun with your closest friends, throw on your tanks and shades, and enjoy hearing one of Stanford's favorite bands rock at Frost Amphitheater.
The Bay Area is welcome to enjoy the Frost Music and Arts Festival.
Blankets and picnics are welcome - festival seating is open for you and your friends and family! No chairs or large coolers; light food and refreshments will be available for purchase. Absolutely no alcohol permitted. Zero tolerance for visible intoxication.
Are you coming to the Frost Music and Arts Festival?
Check the "Event Information" tab for more information about picnics, parking, permitted/prohibited items and more! We look forward to seeing you on Saturday. Also check out the map of Frost below.
Not coming yet?
Check out the "Tickets" tab and get your ticket today! Very few tickets will be available at the door.
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Sponsored by the Stanford Concert Network, Cardinal Nights, and the Stanford Arts Institute.
Tickets available now!
- Student: $18 with a group of 10 or more (fees included; valid student ID required for use) SOLD OUT
- Student: $20 (fees included; valid student ID required for use) SOLD OUT
- General admission: $40
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council have subsidized tickets for students. Thanks, guys! All tickets will be available at the Stanford Ticket Office (second floor of Tresidder Union) and online at scn.stanford.edu. Student tickets will also be available in White Plaza on dates specified by the Stanford Concert Network.
- Doors open at 2:00 PM; concert starts at 3:00 PM. Come early to get your blanket in the best position!
- IDs required! Current Stanford ID is required for anyone entering with a Student ticket. No exceptions.
- All persons & bags are subject to search upon entry, and while inside the venue at the discretion of the management and Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS)
- Students: Bike parking is extremely limited around Frost. We strongly recommend walking!
Getting to Frost
- The main gate for Frost Revival is located at the intersection of Roth Way and Lasuen Street, just off the Stanford Oval. No entry will be permitted through other gates.
- Parking for Frost Revival is available for free in Galvez Field, just north of the venue. Please be aware that many parking lots around the venue will be closed.
- Parking for individuals with a valid, state-issued disabled person parking placard or license plates will be available on Roth Way. Please enter at the intersection of Campus Drive and Lasuen Street.
- Bike parking is extremely limited around Frost Amphitheater, and bike corrals may not be provided. Students are strongly encouraged to walk. Bikes cannot be brought into Frost Amphitheater.
Food and Beverage
Picnics are encouraged. There will be food and beverage available for purchase outside the venue.
ALCOHOL IS PROHIBITED IN FROST AMPHITHEATER
You may be required to open your beverage containers for review prior to entering the amphitheater. Persons in possession of alcohol or who are visibly intoxicated will be denied entry and are subject to removal with no refund.
FROST IS A NON-SMOKING VENUE
Frost Amphitheater is a smoke-free environment. No smoking of ANY kind will be tolerated inside or in the immediate vicinity outside of Frost within 30 feet of the venue and within 30 feet of ticket lines and vendor sales areas. Those who are found smoking inside the venue may be subject to removal with no refund.
All persons and bags are subject to search upon entry and while inside the venue at the discretion of the management and the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS).
Prohibited Items in Frost Amphitheater
- No professional cameras, audio recording, and video taping equipment are allowed without prior written permission from the management of the event
- No portable chairs
- No glass bottles, metal containers, or pre-filled beverage reservoirs such as CamelBaks
- No fireworks, lighters, grills, or stoves
- No firearms, knives, or other weapons
- No strollers, skateboards, roller skates, bicycles, or scooters
- No animals unless assisting an individual with a disability
- No umbrellas of any type, flags, or frisbees
Permitted Items and Activities
- You are encouraged to bring a picnic. Frost is best enjoyed on a blanket with your friends and family
- Unopened non-alcoholic beverage containers - no glass or metal
- Empty plastic refillable water containers - no glass or metal
- Small seat cushions
- Coolers - soft-sided only, and not larger than 16"W x 14"H x 12"D, maximum size
- Backpacks and bags smaller than 16"W x 14"H x 12"D
Exit and Re-Entry Rules
- Ticket holders may leave the venue through the designed GATE 1 area marked EXIT/RE-ENTRY
- You will be given a wristband BEFORE leaving as a condition of re-entry into Frost
- Wristbands void if tampered or removed
- Individuals with disabilities in need of accommodation are asked to make their requests in advance of the concert and no later than May 10, 2013
- Wheeled mobility devices are permitted if being used to assist an individual with a disability
- Questions and Contact Information: Phone: 650-725-0326; Email: email@example.com
Parking spots for individuals with a valid, state-issued disabled person parking placard or license plate will be available near the amphitheater.
First Aid / Lost & Found
First Aid is available in and around Frost Amphiththeater. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: DIAL 911 and seek assistance from staff and security personnel in the venue
Lost items may be brought to the Information Table inside the venue. After the concert, unclaimed items will be taken to the Stanford Department of Public Safety: 650-723-9633. Stanford University is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.