WCCA follows the Pennsylvania state and local school district guidelines. If masks are recommended and/or required at concerts, paper masks will be available for concerts goers who need them.
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Where do the concerts take place?
Unless otherwise indicated, all of our concerts take place at the auditorium of the Waynesboro Area Senior High School, 550 E 2nd St, Waynesboro, PA 17268.
Are the concerts handicap-accessible?
Yes, the school entrances and theater are handicap-accessible. Wheelchair seating is available. Handicap parking is reserved in the front lot, closest to the front auditorium doors. Lot attendants will assist you.
Where should I park?
Parking at the high school can be a little difficult. Outlined below is the parking plan your Board of Directors, working with the school, has put in place. The goal is to make the best of it for everyone, including those who are mobility impaired.
- Of course you are always welcome to drop off passengers at the auditorium doors, before seeking a parking place.
- Many prefer street parking, and you may find space in the upper lot.
- It may be a longer walk than you prefer, but there is always plenty of parking around back, and we always open the back doors.
- For those whose mobility is impaired, and who possess the blue DOT parking sticker, security personnel will help direct you to parking in the front lot. The curb lane shown by “x” and the two rows closest to the entrance (46 spots numbered 25-61) will be reserved for handicap parking until 2:45 on concert afternoons at which time the front lot will be available as open parking.
This diagram is intended to show the handicap parking areas:
Are there reserved or assigned seats?
No, there are no reserved seats. All seating is provided first-come, first-seated.
What time do the doors open?
Lobby doors are open one hour prior to the start of each concert.
Theater doors are opened 30 to 45 minutes prior to each concert, once the performers have finished rehearsal.
What is reciprocity?
For years, the Gettysburg, Hagerstown and Waynesboro Community Concert Associations have agreed to allow season ticket holders to be admitted to each other’s concerts at no additional charge unless otherwise notified in advance. Your Waynesboro season tickets contain a reciprocity card, which you simply show at the neighboring concert for free admission; you retain the card. The host may be unable to admit you on a reciprocal basis if COVID seating restrictions preclude. For that reason, be sure to check with the host organization in advance.
How can I help?
The Waynesboro Community Concert Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is run by volunteers. Donations may be tax-deductible and can be made online by clicking the “Buy Tickets” button at the top.
We can use your help on a committee or on concert nights. If you’re interested in volunteering to help, please contact us!