E-tickets, updated information regarding the concert such as ticket scanning locations, street closures, shuttle buses as well as any other changes to the schedule will come to you via email.
There is not specific handicapped tickets for sale since the concert is
general admission. We will have a section for those individuals that are in a
wheelchair or motorized scooter. Only those individuals in a wheelchair
required for a medical disability will be allowed access the area. Chairs will
not be allowed for companions.
The Cameo is only open on show days. The best form of communication is y
emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You may call/text the box office
phone line at 276.296.1234 Mon-Fri from 10AM to 5PM. Someone will
respond to you as soon as possible. We are planning a huge, out of this
world, outdoor rock show, as well as continuing on with our events inside of
The Cameo. Please be patient with us.
- Any Outside Food & Beverages
- Glass Containers
- Chairs or other camping furniture unless required for a medical disability
- Drones, Unmanned Aircraft Devices, and Remote Controlled Vehicles
- Golf Carts
- Animals – with the exception of service animals for guests with disabilities)
Bags – Similarly to football stadiums and many arenas across North America, up to 14” x 14” clear plastic bags, standard one-gallon freezer bags and small clutches and purses (no larger than 6” x 9”) will be permitted, while items such as backpacks, large purses, and coolers will be prohibited.
- Bottles, Cans, Thermoses & Other Beverage Containers
- Professional Cameras – DSLR cameras or those with a removable lens are not allowed.
- Weapons – Knives, box-cutters, firearms, etc.
- Illegal Substances
- Laptop Computers
- Laser Pointer Devices
- Selfie sticks, sticks or poles
- Video Cameras
- Monopods and Tripods
- Promotional/Advertising or Sale Materials, not approved by Cameo Entertainment. Anyone found to be in violation of this policy will be removed from the concert grounds.
CODE OF CONDUCT
- You are entitled to enjoy the Rebel Rock Street Show free from disruptive or inconsiderate behaviors or unruly actions.
- Fans may not interfere with the event and/or performers in any manner.
- Please refrain from using abusive language or obscene gestures.
- Fighting, throwing objects or other behavior deemed detrimental to the experience of other guests will result in you going home
- For those of you who choose to consume alcohol, please do so
in a safe and responsible manner. Intervention with an
intoxicated or impaired fan will be handled in a prompt and
- Please comply with requests from concert staff regarding venue operational and emergency procedures.
- Fans may not engage in unauthorized commercial activity while on venue property.
- In helping to maintain these high standards, Rebel Rock fans are encouraged to report inappropriate behavior to staff. Remember: SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING.
- Violation of the Fan Code of Conduct may result in eviction from the venue without a ticket refund.
There are only e-tickets for this event. You do not need to print
them. We can scan from your phone. Have the tickets ready to be
scanned. Each ticket will only scan once. Once scanned you will
receive an entry bracelet which you must keep on at all times. If we
scan an e-ticket and it notes that the ticket has already een scanned,
we can only assume it is a copy and not the original, therefore you
will not be allowed entry unless you purchase a ticket.
Your email confirmation will come from OvationTix. At the top left of
the confirmation there is a blue “View Tickets” button. You can click
there to see/print your tickets.
Some orders get routed to spam or promotional email. If that happens you need to move the email to your primary inbox since spam and promotional emails are only listed for thirty days.
Gates are set to open at 5:00 PM
Kelsy Karter – 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Bret Michaels – 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Billy Idol – 9:00 PM to 10:30PM
Please note the above schedule is based on everything running in a timely manner and all artists ready at the listed time. We are here to make the artists happy and we work with their schedule.
Food trucks and alcohol venders will be located on Cumberland Street and MLK, Jr. Blvd. Be prepared to show ID to receive “Age Verified–Over 21 Wristband.”
It looks like it might rain during the show. What is the weather plan?
All shows are RAIN OR SHINE, meaning as long as there is no severe weather (lightning, high winds, hurricane threat, etc.) in the forecast, the show will go forward as planned. If the show is cancelled or postponed due to weather, you will be notified immediately and given the option for a refund. If the show has already started and severe weather forces us to stop the show, we will make an announcement over our loud speaker and the show will be evacuated. Once the weather threat passes, you will be emailed and allowed to return to the venue. If we are unable to continue the show due to severe weather, you will be notified by email concerning potential partial refunds and/or make up dates as soon as possible. Bring a poncho just in case!
SHOW IS RAIN OR SHINE – TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE UNLESS THE SHOW IS CANCELLED
HEADLINER - BILLY IDOL
Featuring original guitarist, Steve Stevens
46 years into his recording career, Billy Idol is still the ever-moving myth, the intellectual/
feral internet-age bookworm/caveman of our dreams, finding modern language for the
fiery, Eddie Cochran-meets-Ziggy Stardust rip-n-roar that he’s been making since he first
stepped on stage. And that’s all on The Cage EP, Idol’s latest on Dark Horse Records; four
tracks that engage you like classic Idol, yet keep your eyebrows raises like that stuff you
heard coming out of that teenagers’ car that just rolled down the street.
It’s funny; maybe the name really did define him. 46 years ago when everyone was
sniffing the nihilistic glue and giving themselves snotty little punk rock names, it was
supposed to be “Idle” – but someone wrote it wrong, and William Broad became Billy Idol
instead. And that’s what he became: An idol. But this idol is not made of stone, and he’s
certainly not stuck on a pedestal to be done, dusted, and dusty. Billy Idol insisted on
being today’s news, not just yesterday’s memory. He fire-breathes dreams and
nightmares, he delivers clubland croon and Bolan-blessed cool, and he moves through
the desert, sluices through the cities, speeds across oceans, hills, mesas and time. And if
you think Idol is Idle, you haven’t heard The Cage EP.
SPECIAL GUEST - BRET MICHAELS
Making a strident impact across music, television, and pop culture, Michaels stands out
as an iconic songwriter, performer, and business magnate which also includes real
estate, speaking engagements and numerous successful branding partnerships
throughout his illustrious career spanning over three generations. He has over 100
million records, digital singles and streams worldwide, notched numerous Top 10 singles
including the #1 crossover hit, “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” and sold millions of tickets
Michaels is a passionate humanitarian and philanthropist. His Life Rocks Foundation
supports organizations such as the ADA National Network for Americans with
disabilities; JDRF, the world’s largest nonprofit funder of type 1 diabetes research; St.
Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Veteran and Pet causes and many more.
Kelsy’s debut album Missing Person was critically acclaimed and a thrilling introduction
to a truly singular musical mind. The New Zealand-born singer/songwriter invited the
audience into a beautifully strange world of her own making, a fantasia that’s equal parts
rock-and-roll grit and wildly theatrical grandeur. Fueled by the mesmerizing vocal work
first displayed on her breakthrough single “Harry”, Missing Person arrives as a stunning
showcase for her intricate storytelling and uncompromising outlook on life, love, and
self-liberation. The album took shape from a period of tremendous pain and self-doubt
for Karter, a time that included the death of a loved one and a devastating breakup. “I
was so depressed and broken, and probably at the lowest point in my whole life,” says
Karter. “For a while I sort of lost myself, which is why the album’s called Missing Person.
But, through the process of making the record, I found myself as an artist and an
individual—I stopped giving a f* about what anyone things, and finally felt completely
okay with who I am.”