Britt Festival Pavilion Parking
The Britt Festival Pavilion address below can be put into into Google Maps or your preferred satellite navigation system to make your journey much easier:
350 S 1st Streete, Jacksonville, Oregon 97530
Note: Traffic in Jacksonville nearer to the Britt Festival Pavilion is known to be busier around times of major events. Please allow plenty of time to arrive, park and walk to the entrance.
The Britt Festival Pavilion is located on 1350 S 1st St, Jacksonville, OR 97530 – about five miles west of Medford and 20 miles north of Ashland, in the southern part of the state. Guests who are planning on driving to the venue should arrive no later than 45 minutes before the event to allow plenty of time to find parking.
Here are driving directions that should get you to the venue on time.
Driving directions from I-5 southbound: Take exit 35 towards OR-99/South Central Point/North Medford. Merge onto OR-99. Turn right onto West Pine Street. West Pine Street becomes Hanley Road. Turn slight right onto Jacksonville Highway. Jacksonville Highway becomes North 5th Street. Turn right onto California and go three blocks to Oregon Street. Turn right on Oregon for public parking. Turn left on Oregon for the Britt Park.
Driving directions from I-5 northbound: Take exit 24 toward Phoenix. Turn right on North Main Street. North Main Street turns into OR-99. Go approx. 3.5 miles and turn left on Stage Road South and follow the signs to Jacksonville. From the city limits, Stage Road South becomes East California. Continue 3 blocks past the first stop sign to Oregon Street. Turn right on Oregon for public parking. Turn left on Oregon for the Britt Park.
Parking is available in lots on C & D Streets at the bottom of the hill, with overflow parking at Bigham Knoll (formerly Cascade Christian School) at E and 6th Streets.
Free trolley transportation is offered from all lots to the main gate before concerts, beginning two hours before the showtime until the concert starts. The trolley does not run after the concert. If you park on a residential street, please be respectful of our neighbors’ privacy and property.