• Can I bring a chair into the concert venue?-- Yes, you can bring in regular-sized folding camp/lawn chairs if you did not buy a Reserved Seat and your ticket is for the General Admission open grass area.  Blankets and beach towels are also fine to bring in to the General Admission area as long as they are no larger than 4' x 6'.


  • What does the Party Pit ticket get me?-- You'll get right up against the stage to party with Dustin! You'll also have access to 2 bars are that are exclusive to the reserved seating area. The Party Pit is standing room only, no chairs will be allowed in this area. 


  • What does a reserved seat get me?-- Enjoy the show from the comfort of a chair without having to bring your own chair in. These seats are the closest to the stage and gaurantee's you a great seat for the show! You'll also have access to 2 bars that are exclusive to the resvered seating area. 


  • What can I bring into the Fair?-- For everyone's safety and enjoyment, all guests and their personal possessions are subject to an inspection prior to admittance into the Fair.  Each person is allowed to bring in one sealed or empty water bottle (no glass).  Other than that, no outside food or beverages are allowed into the Fair or arena/concert venues. Exceptions are: Bottles/sippy cups for small children, bag lunches for pre-authorized school and day camps, and those who have medical dietary needs.  The following items are prohibited from the concert venue and/or arena or the Fair in general: (If you have a question regarding prohibited items please call the Fair office at 503-648-1416) Drones, umbrellas, tarps, pop-up canopies, camping tents, fireworks, sparklers, flares, laser lights/pointers, smoke bombs, bicycles, scooters, skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, hovering travel devices, throwing toys including balls and Frisbees, play-pens, coolers, musical instruments including drums, large bags, weapons including pocket knives, illegal drugs, any item that is dangerous, hazardous and/or illegal, or that may be used as a weapon or a missile is prohibited, and any item that may compromise or otherwise interfere with the enjoyment, comfort, or safety of, or pose a hazard to any person or security at the venue.


  • Are ADA Services or Aids, including Assistive Listening Devices and Interpretive Services, provided in the concert venue?-- If you need Interpretive Services we do require no less than 30 days advance notice.  Please call 503-648-1416, Ext. 202, to make such arrangements.  Assistive Listening Devices require a major credit card or submission of a Driver's License to use the devices in order to ensure they are promptly returned after the event.  Wheelchair and Mobility Device-Accessible seating is available both in the Reserved Seating section in the concert venue as well as the GA Section and should be purchased as such when buying your concert tickets.


  • Does my young child need a ticket to get into the concerts?-- Children ages 2 and under are admitted free to concerts for lap-seating only in the Reserved Seating area, and are admitted free into the General Admission are for the concerts.


  • Is there a way to use Mass Transit to get to the Washington County Fair Complex?-- YES, and we encourage it!!  You can take MAX and we have the Fair Complex Station right on the MAX Blue line!  It's a great option to use to visit us!  We even provide you with a free shuttle ride directly to and from the Fair Main Gate.  You can also take TriMet Bus Line 48-Cornell and get off on Cornell at 34th Avenue right in front of the Hillsboro Airport and the Fair Complex.


  • How much does it cost to park at the Fair?-- Parking at the Fair costs $10 for passenger vehicles and $15 for over-sized vehicles and buses, but keep in mind:  On concert nights, the lines can be long to get into the parking lots, AND lots can all fill to capacity with concert-goers AND those who are simply attending the Fair, which is why we strongly encourage the use of MAX, or LYFT!


  • Can I smoke or vape at the Fair?-- No, smoking and vaping (meaning the use of e-cigarettes) is not allowed on the Fair Complex property, which means it is also not allowed anywhere at the Washington County Fair.  As of October 1, 2014, Washington County imposed a "Smoke-Free/Vape-Free" policy upon all of its' "Campuses" and this included all of the Washington County Fair Complex property.