Walker Hayes FAQ


Big Rock Stadium Guidelines

Big Rock Stadium Guidelines
Although we love dogs, we do not recommend that you bring your four-legged friends to Big Rock Stadium.

Please do not bring:
outside food or beverages, alcoholic or otherwise,
coolers and pitchers,
bikes, skateboards, hover boards, scooters, roller blades, or any other self-propelled vehicles,
laser pointers.
There is to be no:
unauthorized soliciting,
unauthorized sound amplification devices,
smoking in any tented areas or indoor venues,
climbing on stages or interfering with performances,
defacing property within the Big Rock Stadium grounds (this will result in prosecution),
unauthorized audio/video recording at the concert,
unauthorized drones on or over Big Rock Stadium/Morehead City Marlins events or venues,
tailgating.
UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES (UAVS)/DRONE POLICY
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all our guests, The Morehead City Marlins strictly prohibits the operation of or use of any unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as “Drones,” on, from, or above Marlins events or venues without specific written permission from the Morehead City Marlins organization.
Walker Hayes Pre-Game Performance
WEAPONS ARE PROHIBITED.
ALL OTHER GUIDELINES OF BIG ROCK STADIUM APPLY TO THE CONCERT. The Morehead City Marlins reserves the right to inspect and search all guests entering the concert. Guests should be prepared to have all hand carried items open and ready for inspection. Hand carried items include, but are not limited to bags, purses, camera cases, etc.
Camera policy for the Walker Hayes Pregame Performance.
Video recording devices are strictly prohibited from the concert.
For the safety of others, selfie-sticks are not permitted.
Tripods and monopods are prohibited.
Cameras and cases are subject to search upon entering the venue.
The official camera policy may be modified based upon the requests of artists/performers.
Please be courteous to those guests around you when taking pictures.
Timeline of event
Tickets to June 15th include both the Walker Hayes performance and the Marlins game vs the Wilmington Sharks will take place after the performance
Big Rock Stadium gates will open at 5:00 PM with the performance taking place AROUND 6:00 PM
The Marlins game will begin after the performance and should start around 7:20 PM

Ticket Policies and Procedures

There are 4 ticket types that were available for purchase for 6/15

1B GA- that ticket type allows you to sit in our first base side bleachers

HP GA- that ticket type allows you to sit in our bleachers behind home plate

3B GA- that ticket type allows you to sit in our third base side bleachers

All bleacher seating is first come first serve there are no assigned seating in the section ONLY a guaranteed spot in the section. There will be multiple ushers in stands to answer any questions

SRO- Standing Room Only, these tickets are NOT good for any of our bleacher seating, standing room only areas are on the first in third base side near both beer gardens, with multiple picnic and other tables. This area is also first come first served.

If you have a standing room only ticket you may bring a chair, however, we do not recommend that as the ideal way to see the performance and game based on how our stadium is laid out

If your chair would do any damage to the stadium or impede other fans from enjoying the performance or game, you will be asked to move your chair to another location or back to your vehicle

All-You-Can-Eat Ticket

All tickets in the ballpark include our all-you-can-eat menu

This menu includes the following:

Hot Dogs

Hamburgers

Cheeseburgers

Chips

Cookies

Canned Pepsi Products

No other food that is available at the stadium is included in your ticket. The all-you-can-eat menu is available at the main concession stand of the ballpark, where you can order any other food or non-alcoholic drink you would like