Important Details For Phish Shows This Weekend

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is excited to be hosting the final stop on the Phish 2011 summer tour this weekend. Below, please find some information they hope you will find helpful as you plan your trip to see Phish on September 2, 3 or 4! PLEASE SEE FULL LIST OF PROHIBITED ITEMS BELOW

For questions please contact:  or call 303.727.3500


Parking Lots

All lots open at 3pm and close one hour following the end of the show each night. No overnight parking, strictly enforced. The site itself is not accessible until lots open. Cars will not be permitted to stage on the streets entering the site or surrounding neighborhoods. Cash parking only – $15 per space. For directions and maps, please CLICK HERE. For this event, we suggest you enter our site at either 60th or 64th Avenue (approach the stadium from the west side).

Prohibited in parking lots – All vehicles are subject to search

  • Animals (except service animals with proper documentation and official bib)
  • Balloons
  • Fireworks of any kind
  • Nitrous Oxide
  • Unapproved pamphlets, handouts or advertisements
  • Unlicensed Band Merchandise
  • Weapons of any kind

Stadium Gates

Venue gates will open at 6:30 pm each night for the 7:30pm showtime

Please enter through Gates C or F if you have a GA FIELD ticket

Please enter through Gates B or G if you have a GA STANDS ticket

Pre-show Wristbanding

Beat the lines! If you have a FIELD ticket (either single or 3-DAY), please visit the Pre-Show Wristbanding Station at Gate D to receive your wristband starting at 3pm and enter the venue through the Express Gate E once the venue is open. On Friday, a special 3-day wristband will be offered to those presenting all three-day’s FIELD tickets. You must hold onto your ticket for entry into the venue.

Stadium Cantina

Arrive early and grab a drink and a bite at the Stadium Cantina, located on the south side of the venue. The Cantina opens at 3pm.


Two official merchandise locations are available inside the venue at sections 113 and 123. Please note, posters will only be available at the 123 location.

Conscious Alliance Food Drive

Participate in the ‘Art That Feeds’ program at all three Phish concerts by donating non-perishable goods benefiting the Food Bank of the Rockies and the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Donate 10 non-perishable items and receive a limited edition concert pin. Collection locations will be set up outside the gates on the east and west side.

Prohibited/Permitted Items


  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives, pepper spray, stun-guns, any concealed weapons, firearms, etc.)
  • Fireworks of any kind
  • Any missile / projectile like objects
  • Nitrous Oxide
  • Balloons
  • Large backpacks
  • Portable chairs of any kind
  • Tarps
  • Glass bottles or aluminum cans
  • Large golf umbrellas or umbrellas with metal tips
  • Any outside food and beverages
  • Hard-sided coolers or containers of any size
  • Laser pointers
  • Animals ( except service animals with proper documentation and official bib)
  • Streamers of any kind
  • Air horns or whistles of any kind
  • Un-approved pamphlets, handouts, advertisements, etc.
  • Skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, roller shoes, etc.
  • Frisbees or inflated balls of any kind
  • Professional cameras (film, disposable, and digital)
  • Video recording devices of any kind. Tapers will be allowed into a specified area with their GA Field tickets.


  • Small (point-and-shoot) cameras
  • One empty, clear plastic bottle measuring 32oz. or less per person
  • One clear plastic factory sealed water bottle measuring 32oz or less
  • Small, compact umbrellas with no metal tips
  • Hula Hoops
  • Glow Sticks

Who Is Timothy Dwenger

Music has always been a part of my life. It probably all started listening to old Grateful Dead, Peter Paul & Mary, and Simon & Garfunkel records that my parents had, but it wasn't long before they were taking me to concerts like Starship, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Huey Lewis & The News. I got the bug to write about music after reviewing an Eric Clapton concert for a creative writing project in high school but didn't really take it up seriously until 2002. Since then I have published countless articles in The Marquee Magazine and done some work for, SPIN Magazine, and various other outlets. I started Listen Up Denver! as a way to share the music information that is constantly spilling out of my head with people who care. Please enjoy!