Bud Light Up the Night Concert Series at Elmwood Park
STYX band is set to kick things off on May 24th. Styx, formed in 1961 in Chicago, Illinois. In 1977 Styx released Grand Illusion, their breakout album that sold over 3 million copies propelled by singles Come Sail Away and Fooling Yourself. In 1981, Styx released Paradise Theatre which became their fourth consecutive triple-platinum album, reached #1 on the Billboard charts, and spawned five singles, including top ten hits The Best of Times and Too Much Time on My Hands. Next was 1983’s full-fledged rock opera Kilroy Was Here, which featured synthesizer and vocoder-driven Mr. Roboto and the power ballad Don’t Let It End. Styx’s 1996 tour Return to Paradise was a success, and since then have continued releasing albums and satisfying ticket holders at concerts around the world with the likes of Def Leppard, Foreigner and Boston. This show also marks the kick off to the Festival in the Park concert series.
Important notes for Elmwood Park:
No UMBRELLAS or tents will be allowed inside Elmwood Park for the show.
This event is Rain or Shine, no refunds and no exchanges.
Blankets are allowed. Chairs will NOT be allowed.
All bags will be checked upon entry.
No outside food or drink is permitted.
Coolers are not allowed.
We expect this crowd to be excited and on their feet so choose your seat accordingly.
Entrances to the show will be located on Williamson Rd and Franklin Road (for Will Call - please use Franklin Rd Entrance). Entry will not be permitted from the Bullitt Avenue at Jefferson Street gate.
Ticket holders are encouraged not to line up prior to 2 pm at the designated entry points.
Food and beverages including beer will be available for sale inside the park. Ticket holders over the age of 21 wishing to purchase beer will need to get a wristband at a designated ABC ID checking tent.
Cash and Credit Cards will be accepted for Beer Ticket sales inside the park. Ticket holders are also encouraged to bring cash as a backup. ATM’s will not be accessible during the event.
No professional photography of any kind will be allowed (detachable lenses, 2"+ lenses, etc.)
Once inside the park, ticket holders will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
Those wishing to park nearby are encouraged to utilize the many parking options around the facility.
As a reminder, many people will be coming in and out of the city on the day of the concert for work and other activities. Please allow ample time to park and get to the venue.
Elmwood Park is ADA accessible. There will be seating options for handicapped individuals. Please see security at the gate for assistance.
Children 2 and under will be admitted to the show for free.
Details listed above are subject to change. Additional announcements may be made accordingly.