Outdoor FAQ

Where can I buy tickets?

Please go to www.liquidnote.com for advanced ticket purchases.

Are reserved seats available?

Reserved and general admission seats are available to purchase. Reserved seats are located at tables for 8 guests. General admission is standing room only.

Can I bring my own chair?

Guests are not allowed to bring their own chairs inside of the venue due to capacity and safety issues.

Can I bring a bag?

Small purses and fanny packs are allowed but cannot be larger than 8” x 10” x 4”. Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC tote bags are allowed but cannot be larger than 12” x 6” x 12”. Bags are subject to security screening and search upon entry

Can I bring my own container for water?

Yes! Empty water bottles are allowed. 

May I bring my own food and drink?

No. Outside alcohol may not be brought onto our grounds. There are food options available at our outdoor bar and, if seating is available, Maude’s Taphouse is right next door to Liquid Note. Maude’s does NOT take reservations and no to-go orders are taken during outdoor concerts. All guests ages 21+, who wish to purchase alcohol, will need to show an ID, regardless of age, and receive a wristband.

What happens if it rains or there’s a threat of severe weather?

Shows are rain or shine. Our policy is as follows: 

If there is inclement weather in our area, the concert will be delayed until the threat has passed. The decision to continue a concert, after adverse weather passes, will be determined on a case-by-case basis based on consultation with appropriate weather experts. If heavy rain, storm, or tornado arises, and the concert needs to end, there will be no refunds. If there is a weather delay, we will update our website and social media as soon as we receive information regarding potential delays, rescheduling or cancelation. 

EXCEPT AS EXPLICITLY OTHERWISE PROVIDED HEREIN, YOU UNCONDITIONALLY UNDERSTAND THAT ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. THERE WILL BE NO TICKET REFUNDS AND/OR TICKET EXCHANGES. THE EVENT IS A RAIN OR SHINE EVENT. If the Event is cancelled in whole, or in part, due to a Force Majeure Event (as defined below), You will not be entitled to a refund. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may issue, at the Company’s sole and absolute discretion, a partial or full refund of Your Ticket, by accounting for, among other considerations, the extent and nature of the cancellation. A “Force Majeure Event” shall mean any of the following, the occurrence of which makes the Event impossible, impracticable, and/or unsafe: act of God (e.g., earthquake, wildfire, flood, hurricane, tornado, tsunami, etc.), inevitable accident, fire, strike or other labor dispute, war or threat of war, act of public enemy, act or threat of terrorism, riot or civil commotion, national/state/local state of emergency or mourning, enactment, rule, act, order or injunction of any governmental or governmental instrumentality (including, without limitation, any mandate issued by authorities to reduce venue capacity or shutdown), failure of technical facilities, pandemic/epidemic (such as COVID-19, any related mutation or variant thereof, and/or any other communicable diseases), illness, injury, disability or death of an artist contracted by Company to perform at the Event, interruption in, or substantial delay or failure of, technical facilities, or failure or substantial delay of necessary transportation services, inability to obtain necessary visas for artists or key Event personnel, severe weather threatening the safety of Event attendees or similar contingency or unexpected event, and any such occurrence beyond the reasonable control of Company. You understand that in all instances, the maximum remedy You may receive for any cancellation of any part of the Event, if any, will be the face value of Your Ticket, excluding all fees, taxes and/or service charges paid by You in connection with the purchase of Your Ticket.

Are cameras allowed?

Each artist has their own photography policy, pertaining to guests and media alike. Liquid Note helps enforce these policies by prohibiting all SLR / detachable-lens cameras, iPads, and videorecording / live streaming devices. Typically, photography is allowed with nonprofessional cameras or phones. Please no flash photography.

What time do gates open?

Gate and show times will vary. Please refer to your ticket for information. If the information is not located on your ticket, information can be found on our website.

Can I smoke in the outdoor venue?

Smoking and/or vaping of any kind is not allowed in the venue. Smoking is only allowed outside of the venue gates.

Where do I park for outdoor concerts?

There are many city parking lots in the downtown area. Street parking is also available. Please do not park in private parking lots. Please click here to see the parking lot map.

What is your age policy for attending outdoor concerts?

Most of our events will be 18+ after 8:00pm. Some events are 21+ regardless of time of day. Other shows may be all ages. Please look for age restrictions at www.liquidnote.com and/or posters. Proper identification is required for entry.

What time is last call?

Our bars will be closed promptly at 11:00 pm.

What time does the venue close?

We ask that all guests exit the venue by midnight

Can I bring my dog to an outdoor concert?

Only trained service dogs are allowed inside the outdoor venue. Persons with disabilities are responsible for ensuring that their animal is sufficiently trained and under control. Animals that do not meet these requirements may be removed or reported for service animal fraud. In addition, poorly trained animals may be unreliable to their handler as a medical aide. Michigan Depart of Civil Rights allows two questions to be asked. Is the dog a service animal and required because of a disability and what work or task has the animal been individually trained to perform.

Still have a question that wasn’t answered?

Please send an email to info@liquidnote.com