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FAQ

HOPEStock FAQ

Q: How do I get to the Hilde Performance Center?

A: The Hilde Performance Center is located at approximately 3500 Plymouth Blvd, behind the City Hall/Public Safety Building complex, and adjacent to Life Time Fitness.


Q: Where do I purchase tickets?

A: You can purchase tickets online at Withonebreath.org/ticket-sales. Tickets are available on the day of the show at the entrances off of Plymouth Blvd.


Q: Are there ticket refunds?

A: There are no refunds, and the concert is rain or shine.


Q: Can I purchase tickets on the night of the concert?

A: Yes. Tickets are available on the day of the show at the entrances off of Plymouth Blvd.


Q: Is the concert family-friendly?

A: HOPEStock 2018 is an all ages event; children 12 and under are free with paid adult.


Q: Where can I park?

A: There are several available parking lots near and around the Hilde Performance Center. Concert event parking is free and based on a first come first serve basis. Parking options include nearby businesses and street parking around the Plymouth Avenue area. There is designated parking for those with VIP tickets in the City of Plymouth parking lot at City Hall. This area will be marked and reserved by parking attendants.


Q: Is the amphitheater accessible for people with special needs?

A: Yes. The Plymouth City Hall parking lot (3500 Plymouth Blvd.) has several ADA-marked spots and the path to the amphitheater is accessible.


Q: Will there be a cash machine?

A: Yes. One cash machine will be onsite in the food and drink area. Credit cards will be accepted for some, but not all, activities.


Q: Are food or beverage allowed in the amphitheater?

A: No outside coolers, food and/or beverages are allowed. There will be food available for purchase inside the venue from Gess What's Cookin', Pharoah's Gyros, and Doc-Popcorn. There will be an identification verification process via wristband to purchase beer, wine, and Mexican Moonshine Tequila. Non-alcoholic options will be sold by the food trucks.


Q: Are blankets and lawn chairs allowed?

A: Yes: blankets and lawn chairs are allowed and encouraged! Wear layers and dress appropriately for the weather. Long-sleeve t-shirts, hand warmers, and hot chocolate will be available for sale.


Q: Can I come to the venue early and save a spot with my blanket?

A: The venue will open at 3:30 pm, however food, bar service, games, and music will not start until 4 pm. 


Q: What happens if there is rain or inclement weather?

A: The concert is rain or shine. If there is severe weather, the City of Plymouth and SMA will implement an evacuation and safety plan. We will make announcements from the main stage during such an event.


Q: Is photography or recording permitted?

A: No professional photography is allowed at the show. No cameras with a removable lens or video equipment are allowed without advanced written permission.


Q: Is smoking permitted?

A: The Hilde Performance Center is a non-smoking venue, including e-cigarettes.


Q: Will we be permitted to leave the venue and return?

A: There will be no re-admittance after entry. Bring a bag filled with blankets, layers, and gear suitable for the weather so you have everything you need for the evening. 


Q: Can I bring my pet?

A: Please do not bring your pet to the concert. Pets are not allowed.


Q: How do I pronounce HILDE?

A: HILL-DEE!


Q: Is the price of the ticket tax-deductible since this is a charity event?

A: Yes, $15 of your $25 ticket price for admission is a tax-deductible donation! In addition, all money spent playing the games at the event are also tax-deductible.


Q: How will the charity WITH ONE BREATH use the money made at HOPEStock 2018? 

A: All (100%) of proceeds made at HOPEStock 2018 will be used to: (1) support cure-finding research being conducted by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, (2) fund research at the University of MN to find ways to prevent and treat colon cancer in people fighting CF, (3) bring hope and strength to individuals and families battling CF during long hospital stays through care kits and financial grants, and (4) provide lodging for those with CF undergoing and recovering from a lung transplant.