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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Davis Arts Council box office located? Our office is located in the one-story building north of the Layton City Court and Police Department (445 N Wasatch Drive Layton, UT 84041).  Contact us   

Where is the amphitheater located? The Kenley Amphitheater is located at 403 N. Wasatch Drive Layton, UT 84041.  It is situated in the park west of Layton High School.

What do you do in case of inclement weather on a show night? All Summer Nights With the Stars shows are rain or shine.  We do not offer ticket refunds or exchanges.

Do you allow outside food and beverages? You are welcome to bring in your own your food, small coolers are allowed.  No alcoholic beverages are permitted.

Are concessions for sale at the venue? Yes, our vendor offers a variety of concessions including fresh hamburgers, hotdogs, Philly cheese steaks, nachos, water, soda, popcorn, candy, & chips.  Credit cards are accepted.

Are cigarettes and/or e-cigarettes allowed in the venue? No, they are not allowed in venue, park or parking lot.

Is alcohol allowed in the amphitheater? No, alcohol is not allowed in the venue or in the park.

What parking options are available? All parking options are free!  The closest places are the Layton City Building/Surf ‘n Swim parking lot, along the road on Wasatch Drive, or at Layton High School.

When does the gate open on a show night? Gates open at approximately 7:00PM for the Summer Nights with the Stars Concert series, and 6:30PM for the Free Sunday Night Concert Series.

Can I take photos/video at concerts? Please no flash photography. Usually the emcee will make an announcement about what can and cannot be photographed or recorded at a show.  It varies depending on the artist.

Are pets allowed in the amphitheater?  No, pets are not allowed in the amphitheater.  This does not apply to service animals. 

What is the difference between your three seating options?

  • Orchestra Seating consists of three rows of removable seating set up right in front of the stage in the orchestra pit. Chairs are provided, all orchestra seats are assigned seating.
  • Reserved Seating consists of nine rows of permanent seats, all individually assigned.
  • General Admission is a first-come-first-serve grass area.  You can bring a blanket, your own chair, or rent a chair for $1.00 (while supplies last).  We do not have a height restriction on chairs but ask that you bring something reasonable so people behind you can still have a nice view.  Most patrons bring a camping style or fold-able lawn chair. There is a limit on how many people fit on the grass, we do not oversell it.


If you have further questions, please contact our box office during business hours at 801.546.8575