PARKING
The City Parking ramps will be selling "pay on entry" from 4:25pm-7:05pm for $8 a vehicle. Please click here to access Parkopedia.com. Parkopedia.com is a free website that lists all the publicly available parking lots and garages and also provides information about street parking. You may also find information on the City of Madison website by clicking here.

PLACE
Concerts on the Square® are held at the King St. corner of the State Capitol Square.

3 PM
Blankets may be placed on the lawn after 3 pm.

5 PM
Food and Beverage Booths open.  Kids' Area opens.

7 PM
Concert begins

SEATING
Seating is available on the Capitol lawn. For older adults or individuals with special needs, limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis along the S. Pinckney St. and Main St. sidewalk areas.

INFORMATION BOOTH
The Information Booth is located near the King St. corner on S. Pinckney Strett.  Receive First Aid, check lost & found or get program information.

RAIN CALL
The decision to continue or postpone a concert due to weather conditions will be made at 3 pm on concert days. 

Tune in to WKOW TV Channel 27 or Magic 98 (98.1 FM) for the official announcement, or look for the announcement on our homepage at wcoconcerts.org. If the concert is postponed at that time, it will be held the following day. If the concert is not postponed at 3 pm, and is subsequently canceled due to poor weather conditions, that week's concert will not be held.

SEATING GUIDELINES
The use of plastic tarps, rocks and/or stakes is prohibited by the State Capitol. Only low-height chairs (6" or less) with tubular, U-shaped legs may be used on the Capitol lawn. All other chairs must be placed on the pavement between the sidewalk and the street.

CONCERT ETIQUETTE
TalkingFor the enjoyment of others around you, please refrain from talking while the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra is performing.

Recording: In compliance with copyright laws and contractual arrangements with artists, audio and video recording of Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra performances are prohibited.

STATE CAPITOL POLICIES:
• Blankets placed before 3 p.m. will be removed.
• Do not dump alcohol on the lawn; it kills the grass.
• No rocks, bricks, stakes or tarps on the Capitol lawn.
• Use only low height chairs on the lawn, with (6 inch) tubular, “U”-shaped legs.
• No tables with standard legs.
• No pets.
BE RESPECTFUL OF YOUR NEIGHBORS:
• Please refrain from talking during the concert.
• Limit smoking and burning of incense and citronella candles.