Frequently Asked Quesitons
2403 Prairieton Rd, Terre Haute, IN 47802
The Mill offers a wide variety of alcoholic beverages for purchase during your time at the venue. You are not permitted to bring any alcoholic beverages into the venue. A valid and current Driver License or State ID card is required to purchase alcohol- guests will be required to show ID every time they purchase.
Animals - Service
Like many venues and other large places of assembly, The Mill has a “no pets” policy. However, service pets are allowed. The Mill’s policy, consistent with ADA’s revised guidelines, defines “service animal” as limited to a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the individual’s disability.
The Mill requires, consistent with the ADA, that service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents him or her from using these devices. Individuals who cannot use such devices must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective methods.
If any assistance is needed with your vehicle, please contact your normal Emergency Assistance provider. The Mill does not have tow or lockout services on site. Emergency assistance vehicles are permitted on property to assist with lockouts, jumps or tows but the guest will need to arrange for such services.
All bags are subject to search upon entry. Guests have the right to refuse a bag search and the venue has the right to refuse entry. If you have any items that are not allowed into the venue, please return them to your vehicle. Please note the maximum allowed size for bags is 16" x 16" x 8".
Banners and Signs
Signs larger than 8.5” X 11” in are not permitted into the venue. This size is a standard sheet of paper. We do not allow in banners or signs that are larger than this due to the potential to block other guests view of the performance. All signs must be appropriate in nature and not be a distraction to the artist.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE - The standard venue policy allows camera phones, disposable cameras, and small digital cameras. Any camera that has a detachable lens will be considered professional and not allowed in. If the camera lens zooms out of the camera more than 1 in- it will be considered a professional camera and will not be allowed in. Some artists do not permit cameras so please check back for the show you will be attending to ensure that we will be allowing cameras in.
Conceal and Carry
The Mill does not allow weapons on our property. Guests should follow all applicable laws regarding securing a weapon in a vehicle if they have it on them when they arrive. The venue will not secure weapons and will take no responsibility for any weapons left in vehicles.
The Mill will have various food truck options throughout the season. The types of food trucks can vary show to show.
Credit / Debit Cards
All main beverage areas take Visa/MasterCard/Discover and American Express. Smaller stands, portable concessions and food trucks may be cash only.
In the event of an emergency while on-site The Mill has trained paramedics to assist with any medical issues. Any staff member with a radio can dispatch First Aid to the location needed. Local law enforcement officers are also on site for every event and can assist if needed or requested. Venue management works closely with all appropriate emergency agencies and services to ensure that we are up to date on any dangerous weather or potential crowd related issues. In the event of a weather emergency we will communicate with guests that are inside of the facility as well as guests on their way to the venue.
Parking lots will generally open 2 hours prior to our scheduled gate time. Gate times vary but are usually 90 minutes prior to show time. Please check the specific event page as these times are subject to change. Please do not attempt to enter the venue any earlier than the designated times as you will be turned around and told to return when the parking lots open.
Guests are expected to behave respectfully and in accordance with venue policy, state and local laws. Any guest that is acting in a manner that venue management deems unsafe can be subject to eviction. If a guest violates a state or local law, they will be subject to any tickets or punishment deemed necessary by local law enforcement.
Lawn Chairs / Blankets
Guests are allowed to bring one chair/blanket per person. Bag chairs are subject to search.
Tailgating must be confined to the rear of your vehicle and not interfere with the parking of other vehicles. Tents and canopies are not permitted. Any type of grill is not permitted. Glass is not permitted in any area of the park. Please use cans or plastic instead.