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    Riverfront Park is open!

    The city purchased a 6.6-acre tract of land for North Waterfront Park in 2013. The park, located along the Cape Fear River near the Isabel Holmes Bridge, includes a large concert venue, festival space, playground, and interactive water feature, as well green space, plazas, gardens, and natural areas.

    The concert venue will be managed by Live Nation.

    The park is partially funded by the 2016 Parks Bond.

    The completion of this signature urban park fulfills a long-standing goal to provide a sizable open space for residents and visitors to downtown Wilmington to enjoy.


    Visit the Live Nation website for ticketing/event information.

    Questions about the park?  Please call 910.343.3614 or email.


    The park has numerous amenities including:

    Live Oak Bank Pavilion

    Riverfront Stage Performance Lawn

    Back of Stage/House Facilities

    Great Lawn

    Water Feature & Terrace

    Festival Plaza Riverfront Lawn Play Area Outdoor Rooms Urban Gardens Box Office Parks Office Public Restrooms

    Questions?  Please call 910.343.3614 or email.

    Park Rules & Hours

    General Park Hours: Park shall be open to the public from sunrise to sunset except for city-approved events/programs.Water Feature Hours: Monday through Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  April through OctoberPark Rental Hours: Monday through Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., except for city-approved events/programs.Operating Hours for Amphitheater Events:

    Monday-Friday: 3:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. No sound checks before 3:00 p.m. unless authorized by the City Manager or designee in writing prior to the event.

    Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.

    Sundays: 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.

    NOTE: If an amphitheater event is delayed or disrupted by unforeseeable circumstances or artist delay, the end time may be extended to midnight. Under no circumstances shall any concert event end later than midnight.The East Garden and Playground are open to the public daily, including concert dates.  Please access these areas through the Nutt St. Promenade, directional signs will be out on concert dates.

    Riverfront Park

    10 Cowan St. Wilmington

    910.343.3614  email Parking

    Parking is available downtown on the street, parking decks and parking lots.

    View information about downtown parking.

    Free Trolley Information

    Day of Event Parking for Live Oak Bank Pavilion

    Day of event parking for individuals with ADA placard

    The drop off area for individuals with ADA placard is at the intersection of Harnett St and Nutt Street. This is directly in front of the entrance for the park.  Patrons with valid accessible parking license plates or hanging tags may park for free at any on-street metered space for an unlimited time.  Patrons with a valid accessible parking license plate or hanging tag may also park in the off-street parking garages and surface lots for an unlimited time when paying the posted hourly rates.


    The City of Wilmington would like to thank the following park sponsors:

    Live Oak Bank Pavilion Concert Information

    In collaboration with City of Wilmington, Live Nation manages all amphitheater events at Riverfront Park.

    Live Nation is the point of contact for all concert related questions including tickets.

    Day of Event Information including Parking

    Visit the Live Nation website for event and ticket information.

    Day of Event Parking for individuals with an ADA placard.

    The drop off location for individuals with an ADA placard is at the intersection of Hartnett St and Nutt Street. This location is at the entrance for concert participants.

    Questions?  please call Chance Dunbar, Parking Manager at 910-342-2786 or email. 


    Riverfront Park RentalsLocation: Riverfront Park, 10 Cowan St, WilmingtonQuestions?  Please call 910.343.3614 or email. Park Rentals & Programmable Outdoor Areas available for rental:

    Riverfront Stage (for non-concert/performance events only)

    Performance Lawn (only in combination with stage and/or great lawn rental)

    Source : www.wilmingtonnc.gov

    Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Riverfront Park

    Enjoy events at this exciting state-of-the-art boutique outdoor amphitheater riverside on the northern end of the Riverwalk in historic downtown. The uncovered 7,200-capacity concert venue, managed by Live Nation, is comprised of 2,400 seated and 4,800 lawn ticketed options and also includes VIP areas and a variety of on-site food and beverages. The facility features state-of-the-art sound, event lighting and large screen image amplification in a natural outdoor setting.


    Historic Downtown Wilmington

    Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Riverfront Park

    10-A Cowan Street Wilmington, NC 28401

    (910) 632-5080 Visit Website

    Source : www.wilmingtonandbeaches.com

    Riverfront Park opening details, Q&A with Live Nation on the amphitheater

    The city of Willmington’s $35 million Riverfront Park and Amphitheater officially opens this w


    Riverfront Park Opening Details, Q&A With Live Nation On The Amphitheater


    Riverfront Park, which includes an amphitheater (shown above), officially opens with a Fourth of July celebration on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of the city of Wilmington)

    The city of Willmington’s $35 million Riverfront Park and Amphitheater officially opens this weekend with a Fourth of July grand opening celebration starting at 1 p.m. Sunday.

    The amphitheater, a Live Nation venue managed by Venue Nation, can hold 7,200 people – 2,400 seated and 4,800 on the lawn. Within minutes of opening ticket sales, the amphitheater’s first act, rock band Widespread Panic, sold out all three of its July shows.

    The city bought the 6.6-acre tract for the park in 2013. Located along the Northeast Cape Fear River near the Isabel Holmes Bridge, the park also will include a playground, an interactive water feature, green space, plazas, gardens and natural areas in addition to the amphitheater.

    During the July 4 opening event, live bands and comedians will perform and food and beer from local brewers will be available, along with children’s activities and more, according to the city of Wilmington.

    The park will close at 8 p.m. to allow people to find another spot for viewing the Fourth of July fireworks (you can’t see them from the park) at 9:05 p.m.

    Recently, Grant Lyman, president of Live Nation Carolinas, answered questions via email about Live Nation’s involvement in the amphitheater:

    GWBJ: Why did Live Nation want to work with Wilmington on the Riverfront Park Amphitheater?Lyman: "Over the last decade, we have seen our boutique amphitheater portfolio growing rapidly throughout the Carolinas, both in terms of show count and attendance. Fans and artists really enjoy the intimacy of a 5-8K capacity amphitheater experience. We have been watching the incredible volume and performance of concerts at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater for many years, which proved that Wilmington is a strong music market with diehard fans who value live entertainment. When the opportunity to work with the city on a downtown, waterfront amphitheater was presented, we knew it would be too special of a project to miss out on."GWBJ: Why did Live Nation want to chip in its own money, $4 million, for the venue?Lyman: “By contributing additional money, we were able to help enhance the overall project and put additional focus on some of the backstage amenities that we feel are important for the artists’ experience when they come to the venue. We increased the size and scope of the back of house facility and added a rooftop VIP platform that will be an amazing place to watch the show. Contributing our own money is also a reflection of our commitment to the project, and to the City of Wilmington, that we are all-in on being great partners and operators for many years to come.”GWBJ: Why do bigger acts want to come to Wilmington? Lyman: “Artists are always looking for new venue opportunities and ways to connect with their fans outside of the major markets. Wilmington is a rapidly growing city with a very strong music scene, and its location along the coast places it perfectly for routing opportunities south into Georgia and Florida, or north up through Raleigh, Charlotte or into Virginia. Being right around 7,000 capacity also makes it a great play for emerging artists who are on their way up, as well as large artists who may draw bigger numbers in majors, but can still draw strong numbers in secondary markets. Ultimately, the experience and culture that Wilmington offers will be the biggest selling point for artists to add Wilmington to their tours in the future.”

    Find out more about Riverfront Park online in a WilmingtonBIz Magazine article and on WilmingtonBiz Talk with Amy Beatty, a city of Wilmington official who spearheaded the park's development.

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