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Alpine Valley Music Theatre

East Troy, WI | Midwest | Capacity: 37,000
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Alpine Valley Music Theatre

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Parking lots will generally open 3 hours prior to our scheduled gate time. Gate times vary, but are usually 90-120 minutes prior to show time.

Parking at the venue is free. Should the lots open prior to the scheduled open time, all vehicles entering the property are subject to an early entry fee of $25/car or $50/oversized vehicle, which can be purchased online in advance or in-person day of show. Overnight parking/camping unless specifically indicated for certain shows.

Motorcycle Parking: Motorcycles can park in front of VIP parking next to Gate 1. There is no additional fee for motorcycle parking.

Oversized Vehicles: Include buses and RV’s- the cost to remain on site is $100* per vehicle. The vehicle is able to drop off and return with no additional cost.

Limousine Parking: Cost to remain on site is $100* per limo. The limo is able to drop off and return with no additional cost.

Online Parking Reservations

Pickup/DropOff Spot:

Drop off areas are located next to the wooden tower down the main marquee entrance. Please let the parking staff know that you are dropping someone off and they will direct you. Guests cannot remain in their vehicles during the event- they must drop off and return 45 minutes prior to the end of the show. If you are not back within 45 minutes of the end of the event- you will not be allowed to enter until the majority of cars have exited the parking lot. Local law enforcement will shut down all incoming traffic and only allow traffic out of the venue.

Bag Policy:

Bags must be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC tote bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” and/or small clutch bags no larger that 6″ x 9″. All bags are subject to search upon entry. Guests have the right to refuse a bag search and the venue has the right to refuse entry. If you have any items that are not allowed into the venue, you will be asked to return them to your vehicle.

Water Policy:

Guests are permitted to bring in One (1) factory sealed bottle of water up to one gallon in size. This policy is subject to change based on artist requests or safety considerations. Aluminum bottles, refillable plastic water bottles are permitted. Camelbacks are not permitted. Water fountains are located near all restroom facilities.

Search Policy:

When coming through the gates, please plan on security using metal detectors and/or a physical pat down for our search procedures. All bags are subject to inspection. If you have a medical reason for not wanting to be searched via metal detectors, please visit our First Aid station next to Gate 3 and they will give you an alternative to our metal detectors.

ADA Accessibility:

Ticketing- ADA tickets can be purchased online via You do not need to call the box office to place an order as all of our accessible tickets are available through Look for the logo on the Find Tickets page to view all available accessible seats. We do have accessible seating in every price range, but be advised it does occasionally sell out. We have very limited seating available for guests on the day of the event so please make sure you purchase accessible seating when you order tickets.

Day of Show Parking- Accessible Parking is located in the Alpine Valley Music Theatre Red Parking Lot. Let the parking staff know that you need accessible parking and they will direct you to this lot. You do not need to have an accessible placard in order to park in this lot, but please be advised that parking is limited. If you do not absolutely need accessible parking, please park in the general lots.

Unexpected Needs- If you have had an injury or illness that prevents you from using the original seat you purchased, we strongly recommend going through to exchange all tickets for accessible seating. We will have a very limited number of seats available on the day of the show for such issues, but we cannot guarantee we will be able to seat you. Please remember that accessible seating permits for the guest with the accessible need and one companion.

Interpreter Requests- If you will need an interpreter for an event, please give us at least 2 weeks notice to secure. Guests that request an interpreter will need to pick up their tickets at will call. When the tickets are picked up we will introduce you to your interpreter for the evening and take you to your seats. There is no charge for 414-455-9550 to arrange for an interpreter for your visit.

Hearing Assistance- Guests that require assisted listening devices can contact our venue office prior to the event to arrange for a device. Please give us at least 2 days’ notice. We can be reached at 414-455-9550.

Service Animals- Service animals are permitted inside the venue during events. Only registered working animals are permitted. Alpine Valley Music Theatre requires, consistent with the ADA, that service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents them from using these devices. Individuals who cannot use such devices must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective methods.

Accommodations- All venue bathrooms, concession stands, and merchandise stands are accessible.

Nearby Lodging:
  • Alpine Valley Resort

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    Review by: BruceWingsteen
    Posted: 7/13/23

    Getting There
    First off you should stay at the Alpine Lodge which is literally right behind the stage. You have to be on top of things though for that. Otherwise take a shuttle to this venue which is in the middle (read more) of nowhere. Or a bunch of cornfields.
    Nearby Lodging

    Abbey Resort is a pretty good option. Slightly outdated but it’s on a lake and there are plenty of outdoor areas where you can hang with your friends. Pretty decent restaurant onsite. Somewhat pricey but not too bad. About 25 minute ride to the venue.

    Lodging Links:

  • The Abbey Resort

  • Great Performances at Alpine Valley Music Theatre