All performances at Britt Pavilion unless otherwise noted. Check the list of performances for more information. First time at Britt? Check out our Newcomer's Guide with hints on parking, what to bring, etc.
Important NEW information about Britt's alcohol policy...
Britt is licensed under ORS 471.178. Under these regulations, patrons may bring in wine or beer into the Britt Park (no hard alcohol). Under OLCC guidelines, no open wine or beer containers will be allowed to leave the venue. In compliance with OLCC regulations, bags, coolers and other items may be subject to search as patrons enter the park. Britt or its artists reserve the right to prohibit wine or beer (any alcohol) from coming into the Britt grounds for select concerts. Please drink responsibly; bring an amount that you can safely consume while enjoying a Britt concert.
In 2017, patrons will not be permitted to bring in outside alcohol for the following concerts:
Dustin Lynch (6/18), Good Vibes Summer Tour (6/28), Brit Floyd (6/30), UB40 (7/14), The Revolution (7/17), The Avett Brothers (7/20), Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals (7/22), The Decemberists (8/19), Collective Soul (8/30), Daughtry (9/2), Michael Franti & Spearhead (9/6), John Butler Trio (9/12), Pepper/Tribal Seeds (9/14), Goo Goo Dolls (9/16), George Thorogood (9/17).
For all other concerts, patrons will be permitted to bring in beer and wine as usual. Patrons will be able to purchase wine or beer at all concerts. Additional points of sale have been added.
Please see the Alcohol Policy FAQ for more information.
Permitted only in the designated area near the top of the hill, inside the Britt park. Smoking (including marijuana and vaping) is not allowed in concert seating areas or the upper picnic area.
As part of our Britt community, we're asking you to help us make each performance the best possible experience, for yourself, your friends, your seat neighbors...everyone. As you enjoy the concerts, please follow these house rules (printable format):
The Britt Pavilion is located in Jacksonville, Oregon – at 350 First Street – about five miles west of Medford and 20 miles north of Ashland, in the southern part of the state.
Total capacity: 2,200.
Reserved: numbered bench-style seating for 662.
Lawn: space is available on a first-come, first-served basis on Britt's grassy hillside. 1,430 Spaces behind reserved seats. We suggest you bring a blanket for lawn seating.
Premium Lawn - Blankets and Standing Room Only (SRO): The lawn area between regular reserved seating and the stage will be sold as premium blanket seating or standing room only (SRO) depending on the concert. Premium Lawn "Blanket" areas are delineated spaces. Britt does not provide blankets. Patrons must bring their own blankets. For concerts designated as an SRO show, tickets will be sold on an individual price, and patrons with SRO tickets will be wristbanded. During concerts designated as an SRO show, chairs, including low-lying chairs or back rests, are not permitted in the premium lawn area. Blankets and ice chests are also not allowed.
For more details on the Seating areas, see our Ticket Policies page.
Open at 6 p.m., for the general public, for all performances at Britt Pavilion unless otherwise noted.
Early Entry Gate (Donor $250 and above)
Donor members and above will be able to enter the Britt park on concert nights beginning at 5:45 p.m. (unless otherwise noted), allowing first access to general lawn seating and concessions. The general public will be able to enter beginning at 6 p.m. For access to the early entry gate will be indicated on members' tickets (tickets must be purchased on the member account).
Lawn chairs are allowed in lawn seating areas only if the back legs are four inches or less in length. Appropriate size chairs are available to rent from the gift booth. Taller chairs are not allowed in the general lawn seating area at any time. Limited space is available for the taller chairs on the sides and at the back of the general lawn seating. Those areas are indicated throughout the hill.
Thanks to the City of Jacksonville and Bigham Knoll, parking is available in lots on C & D Streets at the bottom of the hill, with overflow parking at Bigham Knoll (formerly Cascade Christian School) at E and 6th Streets. Free trolley transportation is offered from all lots to the main gate prior to concerts, beginning at 6 p.m., until the concert starts. The trolley does not run after the concert. If you park on a residential street, please be respectful of our neighbors’ privacy and property.
Patron unloading is available at the south gate circular driveway (First and Fir Streets). Notice: on concert days, vehicle access to the top gate on Fir Street is restricted to permit holders from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., by authority of the Jacksonville Police Department.
Concerts take place rain or shine, unless conditions endanger the safety of artists and the public. Refunds will not be issued due to weather unless the show is canceled. Please come prepared and dress accordingly (rain gear, ponchos, etc.). Umbrellas are allowed up until showtime, at which point we ask that you close them.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Britt Music & Arts Festival allows service animals onto the premises; a service animal is defined as an animal that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed must be directly related to the person’s disability. The owner may be asked what service the animal performs. The animal must be properly controlled at all times; owners may be asked to remove animals that are disruptive, aggressive or out of control. Animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered unless these devices interfere with the animal’s work or the owner’s disability prevents using these devices. Service animals are subject to Jackson County vaccination and licensing requirements. Britt Music & Arts Festival does not admit animals that are for emotional support or comfort; these animals are not recognized as service animals by the ADA.
Casual. A light wrap is recommended for cooler evenings.
Patron unloading is available near wheelchair accessible seating and restrooms. Limited accessible seating is available in both the reserved and lawn seating areas and requires a special ticket. Wheelchair accessible seating is general admission (lawn prices), located directly in front of Section A, and must be requested when purchasing tickets. One guest may sit with the patron requiring accessible seating. Limited accessible parking is available across the street from the main entrance. These spaces may be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis when tickets are purchased. A valid state-issued permit is required for the accessible parking lot. Please call the box office manager for reservations or more information at 541-773-6077. You may also email our box office manager from our Contact Us page.
On-site concessions include a wide variety of food choices - we will be offering all new concessions in 2017! Beverage choices include a variety of local wines, several beer options, soft drinks and espresso. Britt Society also operates the gift booth, with a variety of items available.
Bring your own picnic and sit on the grass or at one of the 30 tables located at the top of the hill.
Latecomers will be asked to wait on the side until a suitable break in the performance.
Prior to gate opening, Britt asks that patrons respect the rights of others by observing the following etiquette while waiting in line:
Recovered Lost & Found items are located at the Britt office at 216 W Main St in Medford, OR through the Britt season. You may also call 541-690-3831.
No hard alcohol, portable stoves, weapons, camping or pets allowed.
If you have any questions, call the Britt Box Office at 541-773-6077 or 1-800-882-7488, or email us from our Contact Us page.