Website: Lisa Costantino 

Attending a show FAQ

 

Where is the venue?

Lake Forest Park, just north of Seattle. See the CONTACT/DIRECTIONS page for address, map, and parking instructions.

When should I arrive?

Click on the artist's bio to see the show time. Doors open 2 hours before the concert begins.

What is the venue like?

Our shows are held in a leafy and spacious backyard setting. This is a residential neighborhood, so please be respectful of our neighbors. 

Where do I park?

Parking at the venue is restricted to guests needing assistance. However, there is plenty of parking a few blocks away, and we have a shuttle. See the CONTACT/DIRECTIONS page for address and map. We also encourage you to carpool or use Lyft or Uber.

What's the venue's capacity? Around 150 people.

Are children allowed? Music-loving children are welcome. Kids ages 14 and under get in free.

How about dogs? Please keep your canine friends at home. If you have a service animal, please contact info@liveatandres.com

to make arrangements.

Is it wheelchair accessible? Yes.

How do I get tickets?

Go to the TICKETS page to get tickets through PayPal. Please add $1 per ticket or $5 per season pass for debit/credit transactions.  Be sure to indicate what show you're buying tickets for! You can also get tickets at the door, cash only.

How long do the shows last? Generally, about 2 hours.

Do your shows sell out? Yes, so plan in advance. Don’t wait 'til the last minute!

How do I get on your mailing list? Email info@liveatandres.com and request to be added to our mailing list. 

 

Will there be food available? Yes! Potluck begins 2 hours before the show.

What should I bring for potluck? Anything you would typically bring to a family or neighborhood potluck.

Will there be alcohol? Alcohol is permitted. Our policy is BYOB.

Should I bring my own chair? Yes, low-profile lawn chairs or blankets are suggested, as you'll be sitting on grass.

What if it rains? Shows will go on regardless of weather, so dress appropriately.

Is photography allowed? How about video?

Cell phone photography and video are allowed, but please be courteous and don't block your fellow attendees' views. No flash!

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