Living Proof Live Austin - FAQ
We are so excited that you are joining us in Austin this September 13-14, 2019 for Living Proof Live with Beth Moore. We know that you have a few questions and we hope to answer them here.
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When does the event start & end?
Doors open on Friday evening at 5:30 pm. Event begins at 7:00 pm and concludes at 9:30 pm.
Doors open on Saturday morning at 7:30 am. Event begins at 8:30 am and concludes at 12:15 pm.
How much does the event cost?
$59 for 10 or more purchased in the same transaction; $79 for a regular ticket.
Can I purchase a ticket/wristband at the door?
Yes, so long as the event isn’t sold out, you CAN purchase a ticket at the door. Visit the will call/registration area to purchase your event registration. Will Call opens at 5:30 pm.
What happens if I lose my ticket/wristband? Or I never received my wristband in the mail?
The will call/registration table will have a list of all registered attendees. Simply visit the will call booth when you arrive at the arena & give your name. You will be given a new wristband for the weekend. Will Call opens at 5:30 pm.
Will there be handicapped seating?
ADA seating will be reserved in certain areas of the venue. Guests with physical disabilities and one companion are welcome to enter the event 15 minutes early to find their seats. Doors are open for handicapped seating at 5:15 PM on Friday evening and at 7:15 AM on Saturday morning.
Where do I sit?
The event is general admission. Once you enter the arena, you're free to choose where you would like to sit. All seating is first come, first served.
When will I receive my event ticket/wristband?
Watch for your wristband in the mail along with your confirmation letter shortly after it has been purchased.
I can’t come to the event anymore, what do I do?
All tickets are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another event. You're welcome to give your ticket to someone else so they can attend the event.
Is there sign language interpretation?
Yes, please indicate this need when registering online. The section for guests who are deaf or hard of hearing is reserved at the front of the venue for clear access to ASL interpreter. We also offer CART services, if requested. Just a reminder, you must register for CART at least two weeks out from the event date.
Can men attend this event?
Men are welcome to attend the event, but they will be greatly outnumbered. Our attendees are about 98% women.
Can children attend this event?
Yes, but you must purchase their ticket/wristband in order to have a seat in the venue. Many arenas do not permit strollers in the seating areas. Please check with them directly. We encourage women to use this weekend as a way to be re-filled, allowing them a time away from the routine of life.
I’m bringing my baby, is there a nursing mom location?
Most arenas have a family bathroom that can be utilized. You can ask a venue or LifeWay staff person for assistance if needed.
Is dinner/lunch provided during the event?
Women are encouraged to eat dinner before they arrive at the arena Friday evening and will be released before lunch time on Saturday. Concession stands will be open and available for purchase throughout the event.
Can I bring my own food to the event?
Outside food and drinks are usually not permitted in the arena/church. That is generally their policy and you can check with them to be sure.
Where is parking for the event?
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