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Summer Concert Series Information


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We allow one sealed bottled water. Sorry, no outside food or other drinks allowed. Food, soft drinks, wine and beer will be available for purchase before and during the show. No coolers are allowed.

This is an open air lawn area, no seating. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or there is plenty of standing room available.

Gates open at two hours before the show. No chairs can be set up before that time.

Cell phone cameras are allowed. No professional equipment or zoom lenses allowed. Artist and venue reserve the right to prohibit any camera use they deem inappropriate.

There is plenty of free parking on site. It will be in a grass field and may require some walking. Limited handicap parking is available as well as a drop off area. Absolutely no roadside parking.

Sorry no pets allowed at our concerts.

The forecast for concert day is sunny and 70°. Next question... Seriously, we are an outdoor venue and our shows are rain or shine. No refund will be given if the show goes on. If the forecast calls for rain, we will announce on our website any accommodations that we may make. We may erect some small tents, but they will not accommodate large numbers of guests. We may designate areas of the venue where small shelters or umbrellas will be permitted. In short, bring your rain gear and good attitude.

Taxis occasionally come out to Union. Call Schooner Bay, (207) 594-5000, for more information.

Lodging in the Union area is very limited. The David Robbins Homestead and Blueberry Fields B&B are two possibilities. For camping, Mic Mac Cove and Sennebec Lake campgrounds. The Rockland/Camden area is 20 to 25 minutes away and has numerous options. Check out the PenBay Chamber website. Augusta is about 40 minutes away and has many more options.


Drink and food menus from Savage Oakes and food trucks at the concert.


This video was taken during a Graham Nash concert in 2017.