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On this page you will find:

  1. Contact info for our ticketing partners
  2. Contact info for Bamp Project
  3. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

1. Contact Our Ticketing Partners

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Ticketmaster

Hawaii Theatre

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

2. Bamp Project Contact

3. Frequently Asked Questions

A. WHAT DOES “ALL AGES ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT” MEAN?

If you are under 18 years old, you are required to have a responsible person, aged 18+, with you to be admitted into the venue.

B. IF I AM OVER 18, BUT NOT 21 YET, DO I NEED TO HAVE A GUARDIAN WHO IS 21+?

No, 18 is considered an adult.

C. WHAT TIME DOES THE BAND START?

Please refer to the show listing on this website for a more accurate schedule of events. While we strive to keep all shows on time, all times are subject to change without notice.

D. WHY DID THE BAND GO ON LATE WHEN ADVERTISEMENTS SAID “DOORS OPEN AT 7PM”?

The advertised door time is the time that concert goers are allowed to start entering the venue. There are typically opening artists and some times there will be multiple opening artists. After the last opening band finishes their set, there will be a 30 min intermission while the band’s tech crew resets the stage for the headlining act.

E. CAN I BRING IN MY CAMERA?

You may bring in “point and shoot” style camera and also camera phones, but no DSLR camera will be allowed in the venue without an approved photo pass.

F. CAN I GET A PHOTO PASS?

If you are a member of a media outlet and would like to request a photo pass, please submit a formal, written request to info@bampproject.com no later than 2 weeks prior to the concert date. Not all Photo Pass requests will get approved. If approved, you must sign a photo waiver which outlines the rules of shooting.

G. I’M OVER 21, DON’T HAVE AN ID AND I ALREADY BOUGHT A TICKET. CAN I STILL GET IN?

It depends. If the show is 21+, you will need to show a government certified ID to enter. For all ages shows, if no one else in your party is an adult (at least 18 years of age) you will need to show some sort of ID to prove who you are. In this instance, a college ID is fine. Without a government certified ID proving you are at least 21, you will not be able to drink.