Photo by Darin Kamnetz

In just over two weeks, Go 96.3 will be taking over St. Paul for our annual Snow Show celebration, featuring BastilleLANYAlbert Hammond Jr. (The Strokes), and local champs Last Import. Here’s all the info that you need to know about our upcoming show! Thanks to Audi of Minneapolis, Audi of St. Paul, McDonalds, Firefly Credit Union and National Camera Exchange for their support of Snow Show ’18.

Help! I still need to purchase tickets! How do I do that?
A very small amount of tickets will be available at the door for tonight’s show, but after that, we’re sold out. Get there early! 

Where is Palace Theatre located, and where do I park?
Palace Theater is located at 17 W 7th Pl in St. Paul on a walking-only street that runs parallel 7th Street W, between Wabasha and St. Peter Street. Multiple parking ramps and lots are available nearby, and you can find a map at SaintPaulParking.com. Palace Theatre recommends the Children’s Museum, Daytons, the Lowry, the Alliance Bank Center, and the Lawson-Commons ramp. There are a number of surface lots nearby, including the 6th & Wabasha Impark lot, and the Travelers event lot at W 5th & Old 6th.

We also highly encourage using public transportation. The Green Line light rail stops just blocks away from the Palace Theatre at both the 10th St Station Platform and the Central Station Platform. There are a number of bus lines that stop along Wabasha St, as well as 6th St & Washington, and Cedar St at 7th Place. Nearby lines include the 3, 16, 21, 53, 61, 63, 64, 67, 70, 94, 262, 265, 275, 294 and more. For a full list of routes and schedules visit Metro Transit.

What time does the show start?
Doors will open for Snow Show at 5:30pm and music will start at 6:45pm.

What time do the bands play?

Where can I find out more information about the artists?
Keep an eye on GoRadioMN.com this week for an in-depth look!

Can I attend Snow Show if I’m Under 18?
GOOD NEWS KID! You sure can, Snow Show ’18 is all-ages!

What forms of ID are valid at Palace Theatre?
You will need a Photo ID purchase alcohol, or to claim Will Call tickets. Acceptable forms of ID include:

Valid, State-issued, Driver’s License (not clipped or punched VOID)
Valid Passport
Valid, State-issued, Identification Card (with photo)
Valid Learner’s Permit (with photo)
Tribal IDs

If you don’t have one of the above, acceptable combinations of IDs include:

Valid Yellow Papers from the DMV and a Clipped/Invalidated State ID/License/Permit (with photo)

Please Note: Customers with a restricted ID will not be permitted if suspected of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and their ticket will not be refunded.

Can I bring my digital camera or video camera?
Digital and video recordings of our Go Show will require prior approval from Go Radio, and as such, DSLR cameras with removable lenses and all video cameras are prohibited without relevant credentials.

What if I Left an Item in Coat Check, Forgot to Close My Tab, or Lost an Item at the Palace Theatre?
Email Info@PalaceStPaul.com or contact the First Avenue office Monday through Friday 11:00am – 7:00pm at 612-338-8388 so they can verify that they have your item and arrange a time for pickup.

Any items left in coat check or lost and found over 30 days will be donated.

Does the Palace Theatre Offer Seating?
The Palace Theatre has a standing room, general admission floor with no seating. The upstairs loge and balcony offer theatre-style seating. Depending on the show the upstairs seating may be general admission (first-come-first-served), or seating may be reserved. Please refer to your ticket confirmation email or physical ticket to verify which is in place for each show. There is ADA elevator access to the Loge and Balcony levels if needed.

First Avenue Member Sightline Seating does not apply at the Palace Theatre.

I’m Going to a Show at the Palace Theatre, but Have a Condition / Injury / Handicap That Requires Special Consideration. What Should I Do?
Contact us in the First Avenue office Monday through Friday 11:00am – 7:00pm at 612-338-8388 or email Info@PalaceStPaul.com about making necessary accommodations.

The Palace is fully accessible. There is an accessible bathroom on the main level and elevator directly to the left of the stage. Please call 612-338-8388 in advance of the show to arrange for accessible seating. You can find any floor staff member the night of the show for assistance.

Can I Bring My Purse or Bag to a Show?
You may bring a small purse or bag with you. This policy may change depending on the performer or at the discretion of management.

Large bags, including messenger bags and backpacks, must be left at coat check for a nominal fee. Palace Theatre would like to highly discourage you from bringing bags and backpacks, as there is a very limited coat check available. If coat check is full by the time you arrive, Palace Theatre will require you to bring your large back or backpack to your vehicle before entry.

Will food be available at the show?
A variety of beverages including water, wine, beer, spirits, and soft drinks are available for purchase in the theatre. No outside food or beverages are allowed.

What is Palace’s Security Process like?
The Palace Theatre’s staff staff are committed to creating a safe and pleasant experience for all guests. Professional security personnel will check IDs, and search bags for prohibited items. Please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes in advance of show start time.

Prohibited items include: oversized bags, backpacks, weapons, selfie sticks, cameras with an external flash or detachable lenses, audio/video recording devices, outside food and beverages, drugs, drug paraphernalia and other items subject to the discretion of management. If you arrive with a prohibited item, Palace Theatre will ask you to secure it elsewhere or dispose of it before entering the venue.

Can I buy merchandise at this Go Show?
Select artists will be selling merchandise in a designated merch area near the venue’s doors.

Is smoking allowed?
Palace Theatre allows smoking in a designated area outside of their venue, but please be mindful of those around you and please dispose of you butts safely.

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