Country talent from The Voice!
After seeing his mother suffer from Alzheimer’s, Allen wrote “Blank Stares.” A video of him performing the song with his mother on stage in Iowa went viral with over 500 million views on Facebook. His mother has since passed, but Jay continues to tour the country as an advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association, and the song has gone on to raise over $100 million dollars to help fight the disease. Jay has been featured on NBC’s The Voice, ABC World News, PeopleTV, Pickler & Ben, and in People & Forbes Magazine, among others. He was also presented The Caregiver Award by The National Alzheimer’s Association.
This concert benefits the Alzheimer's Association. To learn more or to donate, please visit https://bit.ly/40kLhBM
All guests, regardless of age, are required to have a Summer Entertainment Series concert ticket.
This is a general admission event. All stadium seats and lawn seating areas are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Stadium seats cannot be reserved in advance. Prior to performances, reserving seats is prohibited.
Guests are allowed and encouraged to bring a blanket (not to exceed 6' x 6') or a standard bag/camping chair. Please be considerate and do not use/reserve more space than you need to allow room for all ticketed concertgoers.
Memorial Park opens 1 hour prior to the opening act.
Ticket sales are final. To submit a transfer request to another performance, email ZXZlbnRzIHwgd2hlYXRvbnBhcmtzICEgb3Jn
In the case of severe weather and the performance is cancelled in its entirety, the performance will be rescheduled. If a show cannot be rescheduled, refunds will be issued.
Concert goers are allowed to bring outside food and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy. Outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
On-site food and beverage options will be available for purchase including pre-packaged snacks, concessions, and beverages including beer, wine, hard seltzer, soda and water. Menu subject to change.
If you require ADA assistance during your visit or require handicap accessible seating during a Summer Entertainment Series concert, please contact us at least 48 hours prior to the concert at 630.510.4989 or via email at Y3dpbGtpbiB8IHdoZWF0b25wYXJrcyAhIG9yZw==
Please be kind to our neighbors and avoid parking on residential streets. Memorial Park is conveniently located in downtown Wheaton and accessible by Metra, the Prairie Bath Bike Trail, ride sharing services such as Uber or Lyft and parking is available nearby. Please utilize the Wheaton Place Parking Garage, the Willow Avenue Parking Garage, the City Hall Parking Lot, or the Wheaton Public Library Parking Lot (after 7P on Fridays and 5P on Saturdays).
ITEMS NOT PERMITTED IN MEMORIAL PARK
- Glass bottles
- Animals or pets. Properly identified service animals are welcome when cleared in advance of the event. Please call 630.510.4989 to register a service animal.
- All tobacco products including cigarettes, cigars and vaping. Smoking of any kind is prohibited in Memorial Park, including marijuana.
- Large beach umbrellas, flags and banners
- Laptops, video recording devices (excluding cell phones) and selfie sticks.
Outside alcoholic beverages
- Large coolers
Interested in other events? Visit MemorialParkWheaton.com for more information.
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