DC nightlife events fans get their way!

The 25,000 capacity concert pavilion that played host to Lil’ Wayne, Blink 182, Kid Rock, Tim McGraw and the Identity Festival last year; has agreed to lift its ban on fans getting drunk in the parking lot.

“Fan feedback is critical to help improve our operations and create the best possible concert experience for our fans. The decision was made after listening to our fans and doing our due diligence.”

– Matt Rogers, General Manager

Although the ban has been lifted – a set of strict guidelines will ensure safety for DC concerts:

Allowed

  • Grills
  • Chairs & Tables – but not in driving aisles
  • Tailgating in front of or behind one’s vehicle

Not Allowed

  • Tents & Canopies
  • Open Containers (police enforced)
  • Underage Drinking
  • Dumping trash in the parking lot
  • People without event tickets
  • Tailgating on the grass
  • Tailgating after the show
Staff will be on site to provide trash bags
Tailgaiting at Jiffy Lube Live

A diagram shows the proper and improper way of tailgaiting at Jiffy Lube Live

4 Responses to “Jiffy Lube Live (Nissan Pavilion) Lifts Tailgating Ban”

  1. Whitney says:

    Who brings an 18-wheeler to a concert? #rednecks they must be there for the Reba McEntire show!

  2. […] Jiffy Lube Live, formerly known as the Nissan Pavilion, is an outdoor amphitheater with a capacity of nearly 25,000 people, making it the largest music venue in the Washington Metropolitan area. With pavilion seating for 10,000 fans and a huge sprawling lawn, Jiffy Lube Live is a  popular stop for big-name performers and music festivals during the summer. In early 2012 to many fans’ delight, the venue announced it was lifting its tailgating ban. […]

  3. Emilee Fogg says:

    Great, thanks for sharing this article. Much obliged.

  4. russ says:

    this is great news, thank you jiffy lube. sucks i can’t drive my 18-wheeler in thou haha

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