Austin's Jingle Jam ft. Ja Rule & Ashanti

with Juvenile, Lloyd, Trina, Ying Yang Twins & more
A portion of the proceeds benefits the Sammy Wallace Memorial Scholarship

About The Event

The holidays are coming! Grammy nominated R&B artist Ja Rule and R&B singer and actress Ashanti will headline Austin's Jingle Jam coming to H-E-B Center at Cedar Park, Sunday, December 11th at 7pm, with Juvenile, Lloyd, Trina, Ying Yang Twins plus special guest Gemtunes, hosted by DJ Fame and Sean Da Don! A portion of the proceeds benefits the Sammy Wallace Memorial Scholarship.

 

Fans can expect to see classic duets like “Mesmerize,” “What’s Luv,” “The Inc,” “Always Be On Time.”  Fans of early ‘00s hip-hop and R&B probably can’t talk about Ja Rule without mentioning Ashanti. Ja Rule was the first to come into the limelight with a notable guest verse on Jay-Z’s 1998 single “Can I Get A…” Soon after, the MC from Queens, New York, released his first major label solo album “Venni Vetti Vecci” in 1999, which produced the rapper’s first hit single “Holla Holla.”

Over the course of the next three albums (2000’s “Rule 3:36,” 2001’s “Pain is Love” and 2002’s “The Last Temptation”), Ja Rule would release several Top 10 Billboard singles that came from fruitful collaborations, whether it was “Between Me and You” featuring Christina Milian, “Put It On Me” featuring Vita and Lil’ Mo, or two collaborations with pop-star/actress Jennifer Lopez in the form of “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny.”

However, many fans will probably agree that some of Ja Rule’s most memorable songs came courtesy of the collaborative chemistry he had with Ashanti. Another NYC-based artist, the two were labelmates under Irv Gotti’s Murder Inc. Records and her sweet hooks provided a unique contrast to his rough, growly delivery. In 2002, the two worked together on four Top 10 Billboard singles including “Always On Time” and later on other other hits like “Mesmerize” and “Wonderful,”

Ashanti’s sweetly melodic voice would also find its way onto other artists’ hit songs, like Fat Joe’s “What’s Luv?” in 2002 and would go on to release three platinum-selling solo albums (her Grammy-winning eponymous debut in 2001, “Chapter II” in 2003 and “Concrete Rose” in 2004) and hit singles like “Foolish,” “Rock Wit U (Aww Baby)” and “Rain On Me.”

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At Home Loge Seating Package w/Food & Beverage

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To purchase:

  • ORDER ONLINE 
  • Call 512-600-5013 to purchase over the phone or email groups@hebcenter.com. (DEADLINE TO ORDER IS 5PM FRIDAY 12/9/22)

The all-new AT HOME LOGE SEAT PACKAGE includes:

  • Reserved seat in the East Loge - 2nd level/suite level in the 200 sections (There are only 3 rows of seating here)
    • Rows S & T (rows 1 & 2) - wider, more comfortable leather seating
    • Row U -  barstool seating with small ledge in front for food & beverage
  • One (1) parking pass is included for every two (2) tickets purchased.
  • VIP Wristband valid for:
    • 1 trip through the Chef’s Table located in the East Loge. Menu will vary based on event. Sample menus include (subject to change):
      • Chicken Parmesan or Italian Meatballs
      • Herb Roasted Chicken or Sliced Steak 
      • Chicken or Beef Fajitas  
    • 2 beer/wine drinks (no mixed drinks) at either The Breakaway Bar or Love Street Lounge in the East Loge
    • Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages in the East Loge

$125 per ticket (no additional fees)

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ALREADY PURCHASED?

Once you have placed your order, proceed up to the 2nd level to collect your wristband(s) for food & beverage at the "At Home Loge Check-In" table located near section 201.

A Portion of the Proceeds Benefits the Sammy Wallace Memorial Scholarship

In his memory, the Sammy Wallace Memorial Scholarship has been established to be awarded to a deserving student looking to enter the sports and entertainment field.

Sammy Wallace, former Vice President and General Manager of H-E-B Center at Cedar Park suddenly passed in September of 2021. As a preeminent booker and facility operator, he served in two stints with H-E-B Center (2013-2016 and 2018-2021), and was responsible for hundreds of concerts, family shows, sporting and community events. READ FULL STORY

COVID-19 Safety Protocols - MASKS RECOMMENDED

The current safety guidelines and protocols in place at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park include (updated 4/19/22):

  • FACE COVERINGS RECOMMENDED - H-E-B Center encourages patrons to wear a mask when attending one of our events but masks are not mandatory for entry. Please note that this policy may be adjusted on a show-by-show basis as dictated by artist or tour policy. Thank you for your cooperation in helping our community stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • WASH HANDS / HAND SANITIZING STATIONS - Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the arena. Guests are encouraged to wash hands for 20 seconds or use a hand sanitizing station often.
  • CONSTANT CLEANING - All high touch areas throughout the venue are disinfected multiple times during events and the arena bowl is deep cleaned between events.
  • EMPLOYEE HEALTH SCREENINGS - All employees receive contactless temperature checks prior to entering the venue each day and testing as needed.
  • SOCIAL DISTANCING ENCOURAGED WHERE POSSIBLE
  • PARKING
    • Cash is no longer accepted;  only credit card payment accepted or purchase mobile parking ticket in advance at ticketmaster.com.
  • BOX OFFICE
    • Contactless Payment - Cash is no longer accepted and signatures have been waived.
    • Mobile tickets - all tickets purchased at the box office will be delivered via SMS (text message).
    • No will call
  • SECURITY & ENTRY/EXIT POINTS
    • Expanded entry points for social distancing.
    • Guests required to use clear bags or avoid bringing bags if possible to reduce contact with personal items during security checks. BAG POLICY
  • CONCESSIONS
    • Cash is no longer accepted.
    • Standard health & safety practices currently in place.

Parking Information / Purchase Discount Advance Parking

Parking

H-E-B Center at Cedar Park features more than 2,600 parking spaces on its property, including parking for patrons with disabilities located in Lots B, F, G. Prices for parking vary by event and parking is CREDIT CARD ONLY. Parking is available for a discount rate when purchased in advance, which can be found below and at Ticketmaster.com for most events. 

Day-Of-Event / On-Site Parking Rates:
$22 - General Lot*
$40 - Premium Lot B adjacent to East main entrance (limited availability)*
$45 - Premium Circle Lot located in front of the East main entrance (limited availability)*
*Discount applies when purchased in advance.

VETERAN PARKING: H-E-B Center offers complimentary parking to disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients with valid vehicle plates. Please notify the parking attendant upon arrival at the facility.

DIRECTIONS & PARKING MAP

Discount Parking Passes Available when Purchased in Advance:

Clear Bag Policy / Security Information / Prohibited Items

It is H-E-B Center policy that every person entering the building must go through a security screening process. Please arrive early to allow for this process.

 

H-E-B Center enforces a NO re-entry policy. Once you exit the building, you will not be allowed back into the building.

 

NEW Bag Policy In Effect

 

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  • All bags entering H-E-B Center will be searched.
  • Clear bags cannot be any larger than 16" x 8" x 16"
    • Clear bags cannot have any colored tinting or obstructive patterns.
  • Non-clear bags cannot be any larger than 4.5" x 6.5."

Exceptions may be made for diaper bags (with child present) or bags required for medical purposes.

 

Prohibited Items 

 

  • Clear bags cannot be any larger than 16" x 8" x 16".
  • Non-clear bags cannot be any larger than 4.5" x 6.5." 
    • Exceptions may be made for diaper bags (with child present) or bags required for medical purpose
  • Drones
  • Weapons of any kind (guns, knives, Tasers, mace, or glass)
  • Umbrellas larger than 12" or tents that can block the view of other guests
  • Air horns or noise makers
  • Confetti or streamers
  • Signs or banners larger than 22" x 28" in size
  • Video recording devices (i.e. GoPro), long lens professional cameras, tri-pods, (approved and credentialed media excluded)
  • Explosives or explosive devices, including, but not limited to fireworks, poppers and cap guns. 

See complete list of prohibited items.