Pictona II is area within the Pictona campus where the MetroHealth Stadium is located. Its purposes are to increase physical activity by expanding the number of pickleball courts available for recreational games, to build a stadium that hosts local performances, community and pickleball events, and to become a pickleball education center for people of all ages. The multipurpose facility allows for concerts, events and other "non-pickleball" activity.
The stadium seats 1200 people for championship pickleball play and seats up to 1500 for community events, all covered with a 27,000 square foot roof.
The concerts are set up in the large under roof facility. It is safe from rain but gets wind, and coolness from the breeze.
There is snack stand called "The Depot" in the concert facility. It may or may not be open, depending on the perfomance.
And during the concert, there is a portable bar set up for beer, wine and snacks; such as pretzels, popcorn, candy and nuts.
Also, if you arrive early, the main building has a the main building has a full service restaurant called "The Kitchen" which has a menu of hot food and sandwiches.
We are happy to accommodate special needs, such as wheelchair users. We will guide you to our regular seats and arrange them to fit your wheelchair. Companions will be able to sit beside you in our regular chair.
Smuggling in outside food is a big no no. Instead, treat yourself to some of the goodies the concert venue has to offer or have a nice filling meal before the show.
Cigarettes and Alcohol
Bringing cigarettes, vapes, and alcohol into a concert venue isn’t allowed so save yourself the hassle by leaving that stuff at home.
No coolers can come in!
Don’t bring bags that are too big. You and your bag must fit in the space allowed per your ticket.
This one is a bummer, we know, but selfie sticks can be dangerous at a concert so it’s best to leave them at home.
Professional Cameras, Tripods, and Drones
Also, be sure to leave your fancy cameras (with external flash), tripods, and drones at home too. We promise snapping pictures with your phone will be just as fun.
Every audience member deserves an uninterrupted viewing experience so don’t bring things that will be a distraction to others such as laser pens, beach balls, bullhorns, and noisemakers.
Potentially Dangerous Items
Any item that could potentially hurt you or another concert-goer, like a pointed umbrella, should be avoided.
This goes without saying, but illegal items like weapons and drugs are never allowed inside concert venues.
While your safety is our first priority, the venue is protected from rain... So, the show will go on! No refunds will be given for "no shows" because of weather.
It's a sign of automation... all tickets are e-tickets and emailed to you immediately on purchase. You will pull up the email for the codes to be reviewed and/or scanned. You can print it if you prefer.
The campus has plenty of parking and handicap spots close to the Metro Health Stadium. Please look at the particular concert or event to find out if there will be a parking charge. Local charity/non-profits collect the money and guide you to a parking spot. The directed parking is necessary for larger events.
For your GPS, put in 1066 Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, FL 32117. This is the entrance to the Pictona campus.
The easiest way to get to the Stadium to go west on 10th Street to the venue entrance. Parking will be as soon as you turn in.
Description of Seats
A Box Seat is a sectioned off box, three sided, with the open side facing the stage. The Box will contain four moveable chairs, cocktail table, and waste can. The Boxes are numbered and assigned to your ticket for 4 people.
Floor Seats are behind the Box Seats. They are moveable chairs with backs. They are available on a "First Come, First Sit" basis as you will choose an empty one where you want to sit.
Bleacher Seats are on three sides of the stadium and are standard metal bleachers without backs.
Note - View each concert's seating choices as they may change to accommodate the performance.
We have contracted security as well as the Holly Hill Police Department officers on premise for all concerts and events. You may be subject to legal searches before you are allowed entrance, or anytime an officer asks.
Who is putting on the show?
Each concert or event may be offered by different people.
That may include:
The CRA (Community Redevelopment Authority) of the City of Holly Hill
A private promoter
We use different resources to provide the biggest variety of performances.