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You're invited to PK Park in Eugene on July 28th, 2018 for CityFest with Andrew Palau!

This will be a fun-filled day of music, action sports, activities for kids, and multiple opportunities for individuals to hear a powerful message of hope in Jesus Christ. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors!

Schedule of Events*:

2:30 p.m. | CityFest Gates Open

3 p.m. | Family Fun Zone opens

4 p.m. | Family Fun Zone Stage Program

5 p.m. | Action Sports Demo

6 p.m. | Family Fun Zone Closes

6:15 p.m. | Main Stage Program begins: Tedashii & Rend Collective

7:30 p.m. | Andrew Palau & TobyMac

*Program times are approximate. 


What is CityFest? CityFest with Andrew Palau is focused on proclaiming the Good News and celebrating the increased service in the last year to the communities of Eugene, Springfield and the surrounding valley. The campaign has been about encouraging unity and collaboration across all communities, denominations, and ethnicities. Thousands of volunteers from churches, businesses, and organizations came together to meet tangible needs across the region. To continue serving, visit OneHopeNetwork.org for upcoming opportunities. We’re excited to come together in unity, service, and proclamation showing the community at large the joy, peace, love, and grace of Jesus Christ.

Does CityFest cost anything? No. The best things in life are free. This is a gift to the community from the over 100 churches and organizations that have come together to make CityFest a reality. No tickets are required. 

When can I get in the ballpark? We’ll open the gates promptly at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 28. The event starts at 3 p.m.

What can I bring in? We’re glad you asked. This is important information. No drinks or food of any kind (except water) may be brought into PK Park. You’re welcome to bring in an empty bottle for water. Sealed water bottles no larger than 16.9 oz can be brought in as well.

Diamond Concessions will make every effort to accommodate fans with dietary exceptions. No food or drinks (except water) will be allowed onto the field. PLEASE NOTE: Food must be consumed in the grandstand area. No food or drinks are allowed down on the field (except water). This is for the protection of the artificial turf.

Strollers, wagons, and walkers are welcome. Bags will be checked at entrance gates. 

What can I definitely NOT bring in? So great of you to ask. Here are some items we will not allow into PK Park: lawn chairs, tents, drones, glass or outside beverages and food (again, except sealed water bottles), sun umbrellas, and any weapon of any kind. We want to say it just one more time: No drinks or food of any kind (except water) may be brought into PK Park.

Can I bring a backpack into the festival? Yes! One backpack per person. It will be subject to search at any gate. 

Where do I park? Parking is free and will be on a first come, first served basis. Only park in areas clearly designated for "CityFest.” The CityFest lot is located south of PK Park on Leo Harris Parkway.

Additional parking will be available in the Kidsports lot located east of PK Park. Parking in the Kidsports lot is $10, cash only. The lot is located on MLK & S. Garden Way (near the Oregon Medical Group building).

If you are bringing a bus or 12+ passenger van, request a parking pass here.

Who are the artists? TobyMacRend CollectiveTedashii. Maybe you've heard of them. They're kind of a big deal. 

Will the artists give autographs? It’s up to them. If an artist decides to give autographs, they will do so at the Artist Merchandise area on the concourse.

Are pets allowed? We will allow for service dogs who are clearly marked with their work vest and on 4′ leash at all times. Please do not bring any other animals with you. 

Will there be ATMS on site? An ATM is located on the concourse.

Where do we sit? There are two primary seating areas. You can use the fixed seating in the grandstands or you may sit or stand on the field in front of the stage. Personal lawn/folding chairs will not be allowed into the park but you can bring a blanket if you would like to sit on the field.

Is there free water? PK Park has two drinking fountains. One is located on the main concourse level near the concession stand and one is located on the suite level near the restrooms.

Can I sign up to volunteer? Absolutely! A variety of positions are still available for you to invest your heart and skills. Learn more here.

Is there an elevator? PK Park is equipped with one elevator located at the main gate entrance. The elevator provides access to the main concourse level and the suite/press box level. Suite level admittance will be limited to properly credentialed staff and guests.

What do I do in case of a medical emergency? The first aid tent is located on the concourse level. If you should need first aid, please contact the nearest Safety Team member (look for the red shirts).

What do I do if I lose something? Lost items may be retrieved at the security tent on the outside of the baseball stadium. Fans may also call the Eugene Emeralds at 541-342-5367 to inquire about lost and found items. 

What do I do if I find something? If an item is found, it should be given to the nearest Safety Team member (look for the red shirts). 

Is there WiFi? There is no public WiFi available, but we’d love for you to share your photos with the hashtag #CityFestLC.  

Can I buy artist or LPA merchandise? Sure thing. All merchandise will be available for sale at the merchandise area of the concourse.  

Where are the restrooms? Restrooms are located on the main concourse along the first base line near right field, and on the outside of the stadium near the first base entrance.

What’s security like? Strong and nice and brave and cool. Security will be stationed throughout PK Park. In the event of a security problem, notify a member of our Security Staff or Safety Team (look for the red shirts).

Can I smoke? Not in PK Park. To smoke, you must exit the ballpark.

What’s wheelchair assistance/seating like? Disabled guests may enter PK Park's main gate. Handicap seating is located in sections 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. PK Park is A.D.A. compliant. 

Will there be sign language interpretation? Sign language interpretation will be provided at the main stage as well as in the Family Fun Zone and Action Sports area. The mainstage interpretation area is beside the sound mixing tent directly in front of the mainstage.

¿Estará disponible una traducción al español? Traducción al Español está disponible a través de Radio Zion 660 a.m. Traiga una radio con audífonos o baje el app de radio Zion desde la tienda app.

Have a different question? Email us at info@cityfest.org or reach out to us at @GO_CityFest. 


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