Frequently Asked Questions: ‘Where I Come From’ Tornado Benefit Concert



Below are some Frequently Asked Questions and information folks should know who are planning to attend the “Where I Come From” Tornado Benefit Concert featuring Alan Jackson on Saturday, June 26 at the Coweta County Fairgrounds.

Q: Where is the event located?
A: Coweta County Fairgrounds – 275 Pine Road Newnan, GA 30263

Q: Where can I purchase tickets?

A: The event is Sold Out.

Q: What time are gates opening?
A: 1 p.m. with music starting at 1:55 p.m.

Q: Will there be food and drinks?
A: Yes! Pepsi products plus alcohol will be sold on-site. No outside food and beverages will be allowed.

Q: Can I bring an umbrella or tent?
A: No. You can bring chairs but no umbrellas.

Q: Is the event rain or shine?
A: Yes!

Q: Will I be searched coming into the event?
A: Yes.

Q: Is there parking?
A: Yes there is limited on-site parking plus plenty of off-site parking with shuttles. Plan on arriving early! Click here for a parking map.

– Parking Lots will open at 11 a.m. on Event Day

– All off-site parking lots will cost $20 and include a shuttle to the Event Site.

– All lots will be cash only.

– All proceeds go to the Coweta County Community Foundation.

– Other private lots will be available. We highly encourage carpooling and patience.

 – All rideshare drop/off and pickup will be on Pine Road across from Fairgrounds Entrance.

– All hired buses/shuttles (with driver) can drop off at Fairgrounds but must stage outside of the Fairgrounds.

Q: Does this event provide handicap parking?
A: Yes-Please show placard to parking attendants to gain access to handicap parking on- site.

Q: I bought my ticket online and haven’t received it.
A: Please email [email protected]


– Low back, single-person chairs

– Sunscreen in non-aerosol containers (less than 3oz)

– Bug spay in non-aerosol containers (less than 3oz)

– Clear backpacks, bags, and/or purses smaller than 12” x 6” x 12”

– Sunglasses and hats

– Empty metal, plastic, or non-glass reusable water bottle


– Blankets

– Any backpacks, bags, and/or purses larger than 12” x 6” x 12”

– Any non-see through backpacks, bags, and/or purses

– Tents, umbrellas, or any type of temporary structure

– Alcoholic beverages

– Outside food, snacks, or beverages

– Drones or flying devices

– Selfie sticks

– Banners or flags on poles

– Glowsticks

– Focused light devices including, but not limited to, laser pointers

– Spray paint or marker pens (Sharpies ok)

– Airhorns or megaphones

– Scooters, skateboards, or other compact modes of transportation

– Fireworks or flammable/explosive devices

– Coolers

– Pets (see ADA exceptions)

– (Smoking Device Policy – lighters, vape pens, zippos)

– Audio or video recording equipment – no taper section

– Professional radios or other walkie talkies

– Glass bottles

– Solicitation material including, but not limited to, pamphlets, cards, and brochures

– Unauthorized vending


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