SPAC Zero-Tolerance Policy – Rules For SPAC Concerts
Saratoga Performing Arts Center is bringing some big country acts to the area for summer 2012. The Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, and Thomas Rhett are all set to play one of the finest concert venues in the Northeast. However, they are also making it clear that there is a ‘zero-tolerance policy’ that you must follow to gain entry into each event.
First, don’t be drunk when arrive! Screening points filter out people who bring alcohol in, as well as people who are already intoxicated when they get to the concerts. Intoxicated people trying to get in the concert will be turned away at the doors. The police often give people the opportunity to hand over the alcohol or dispose of it, but they issue tickets when that doesn’t work.
- Food (in a clear, 1 gallon plastic bag)
- Factory sealed water bottles up to 1 gallon
- Small lawn chairs
- Ponchos/Rain Jackets
- Laser pens
- Cooking equipment
- Illegal substances
- Glass of any kind