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Youngstown Amphitheater: What to know for first look

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre is hosting a first look event Friday night.

According to the Amphitheatre website, gates open at 5 p.m. with a ribbon cutting slated to happen around that time.

Entertainment by the Sensations, Geo C and Tha Storm and The Props along with sunglasses giveaways, local food vendors and Limited Edition T-shirt printing by Gorilla Joe will be featured at the event.

Those attending can bring lawn chairs with seat bottoms no higher than 9" off the ground. Chairs can be rented at the venue also. Blankets are approved for all events.

"You're able to bring your own chair, you just can't bring it in the bag, if you have one of those camping chairs in a bag, make sure you leave the bag at home and everything will be searched still in security, but you can bring chairs to those. You cannot bring chairs to the national shows, but we will have chairs to rent and the VIP lawn will have chairs inluded in the price of their ticket as well as the chairs in the reserve section," said Phoebe Breckenridge, Marketing and Sales Coordinator with the JAC Management Group. 

The event is free to attend. 

Parking for the event is also free as it is a Home Savings Community Events with parking available at the Covelli Centre parking lot.

ADA parking is available at the lot off Emily Street near the main gate.

Another concert will take place Saturday, Donnie Iris and Michael Stanley. Those tickets are still on sale. 

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