Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow, VA

Jiffy Lube Live is an outdoor performance venue in Bristow, Virginia currently owned and operated by Live Nation. It's about 30 miles away from Washington D.C. and is best known for hosting performances from notable acts including Kiss and Jimmy Buffett as well as events like the Mayhem Festival. Barack Obama’s rally for his 2008 presidential campaign was also held here.

The venue opened as Nissan Pavilion in June 1995 with a performance by the Village People. It rebranded to its current name on January 8, 2010 after a business agreement between Live Nation and Jiffy Lube Washington Area Co-op Inc.

Public transportation is not available to the venue but it is accessible by taxi or private car. Parking fees are typically included in the ticket price. Premier parking and handicap accessible parking are available. Tailgating is allowed two hours before door opening times and will be closed 20 minutes before the start of the show. Tailgating is not allowed after the concert. Public drinking is banned in accordance with Virginia law.

Low-back lawn chairs are allowed. Guests may also bring a small umbrella in case of rain. Coolers are not allowed. Food may be brought in as long as it is contained in a one-gallon plastic bag. One factory-sealed bottle of water is allowed per patron.

Camera policies also apply. Personal cameras are allowed. Flash photography, cameras with removable lenses, and video cameras are prohibited unless given permission by venue authorities.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
7800 Cellar Door Drive, Bristow, VA 20136
History & Traditions:
Past Names/Nicknames:
Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge

Nissan Pavilion

Date/Year Built/Opened:
June 1995