Questions? Call (971) 238-7442
What Do I Need To Know?
Parking
Parking for the concert is divided into two lots.  General parking is North of the Reserve and the “Main” Lot is the main access to the Reserve. Parking in the main lot is reserved for those with parking passes and ADA passes. Please carpool as parking is limited.
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Small Chairs Tall Chairs
In years past we have limited chairs to low profile chairs.  Based on feedback we have received, we are going to allow full size chairs to be brought in for the General Admission section.  We will however, designate a section within the General Admission section where full-sized chairs are allowed.  This will ensure everyone including those in low-profile chairs and on blankets are able to see the stage.
ADA & Other Accommodations
We want to make sure that everyone wanting to fully enjoy the Ten Grands experience is able to do so.  If you need ADA or other accommodations, please reach out to us so we can coordinate accordingly.  With such a large audience, please pre-coordinate your needs with our volunteers by calling (971) 238-7442.
Food
While you enjoy a great summer evening, enjoy some food from one of our three food vendors, Slicks Big Time BBQ, Koi Fusion, and Bunk Sandwiches.  The Reserve will be selling other beverages in tents throughout the concert.  Attendees may not bring in their own food and beverages with the exception of one unopened bottle of water per person.
Why Do Gates Open at 4PM?
The concert begins at 6pm; however, the gates open at 4pm.  Tickets are divided by section, but there are no assigned seats.  Attendees can arrive over the two-hour period to stake out their favorite spot, have some food and beverage, and just enjoy the company of their guests.
Additional Questions…

What is Ten Grands?
Ten Grands is a concert developed by Michael Allen Harrison. The original Ten Grands concert, held each spring in downtown Portland, has been performed for 15 years; a similar concert is held in Seattle as well.  Ten Grands is a concert featuring ten grand pianos on one stage played by some of the most accomplished pianists in the world as well as child prodigies and skilled vocalists. For more information about the Ten Grands concept, please visit www.tengrands.com

What is the difference between Reserved and General Admission?
Seating is divided into these two sections: Reserved is the section closest to the stage and a chair is provided for seating (although it is not assigned seating); General Admission is the section behind the Reserved section and patrons are encouraged to bring a low-profile chair or a blanket upon which to enjoy the show.

Are seats provided or can I bring my own?
Seats will be provided in the Reserved Section (however it is not assigned seating).  General Admission ticket holders are encouraged to bring blankets and low-profile or “beach” chairs. No regular-sized (or over-sized) chairs are allowed.

Can I bring my own food and drinks?
No. However, there will be concessionaires on site that will provide food and beverages for purchase during the event.  If you have dietary restrictions such as diabetes or severe allergies, please call (971) 238-7442 to make other accommodations.

Is this a formal event?
This event is designed as a relaxed outdoor, family-friendly event. As such we expect our patrons to be comfortable in their attire.

When do the gates open?
The concert will begin at 6:00 and last until approximately 8:30.  Gates will open at 4:00.

Is handicap-accessible seating available?
For ADA and other accommodations, please call our volunteers at (971) 238-7442.  Pre-arranging any need is the best plan.