Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does it cost to go to a concert?
A: These concerts are free. Songs at Mirror Lake is a non-profit organization and these concerts are funded by the generosity of our sponsors. Please be sure to frequent and support our sponsors!
Q: How does seating work?
A: We do not offer seating (unless you are a sponsor), so please bring your own blanket/chair. We strongly encourage dancing!
Q: Is this a family-friendly event?
A: Our concert series is family-friendly, for all ages, and all lovers of music.
Q: Is parking available?
A: Parking is available on Main Street in different various metered lots. Parking is free in all metered lots after 6:00 pm. These lots fill up quickly, so please plan accordingly.
Q: Is there food/drink available to purchase?
A: We do not have food vendors. Your are more than welcome to bring in food/drink from home or other dining establishments. We ask that you please dispose of any trash/recyclables in the proper receptacles.
Q: Is any merchandise available for purchase?
A: Songs at Mirror Lake sells concert series t-shirts, hats reusable cups and stadium seats.
The musical artist may or may not have merchandise for sale at the concert.
Q: Are there any restrooms at the concert venue?
A: There are no public restrooms at the concert venue. There is a public bathroom in the Main Street Parking Lot in Lake Placid.
Q: Can I bring my own alcohol?
A: The park is alcohol free. There are several restaurants/bars in Lake Placid to enjoy a pre or post-concert libation.
Q: Can I smoke?
A: The park is smoke free.
Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: As much as we love animals, pets are not allowed.
Q: Can I bring my boat?
A: Several concert-goers have enjoyed kayaking, canoeing, or using a SUP to enjoy our concerts from Mirror Lake! Mirror Lake does not allow boats/watercraft with motors.
Q: How can I volunteer or become a sponsor?
A: Please email email@example.com
Q: Anything else I should know?
A: Songs at Mirror Lake is held at Mid's Park. It is a village park that we have the privilege to use. Please respect the park so that we may continue to use it for many years. Please also be considerate of your neighbors, who are there to enjoy the show.