A slew of concert events are set to come through the sprawling Molson Amphitheatre, including 5 Seconds of Summer on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Prepare for the upcoming Toronto performance by reading through pertinent venue information below.
Molson Amphitheatre Seating Information
The partially covered, outdoor design comprising the Molson Amphitheatre layout allows for many different options when it comes to concert seating for 5 Seconds of Summer. For those seeking a spot right in front of the stage, most artists will offer a general admission floor or pit area. Just behind the designated space will be reserved seating in sections 201-203, followed by private boxes, and 300-and 400-level seating. The further back you go, the more likely the seats will not be covered by the venue's roof. The general admission lawn is located behind the 400 level seats and is completely uncovered. Private club seats also are usually available for purchase.
Molson Amphitheatre General Information
Personal cameras are permitted inside Molson Amphitheatre, unless otherwise noted by the artist or event organizers. Outside food and drink, strollers, coolers, and lawn chairs are prohibited.
Molson Amphitheatre Parking Information
Those interested in driving to see 5 Seconds of Summer can take advantage of onsite parking provided by Molson Amphitheatre for a nominal fee. Additionally, guests also are welcome to park at other outside locations around the venue such as the Canadian National Exhibition and the Trade Centre, or use public transportation via streetcar or GO Transit.
Molson Amphitheatre Gate Times
Gates typically open one to two hours prior to the start of a performance.
Molson Amphitheatre Accessibility
The Molson Amphitheatre strives to provide convenient accessibility for all guests and is wheelchair accessible. Additionally, the venue encourages guests requiring specific accommodations to contact a staff member in advance of the show so proper measures can be taken to ensure an enjoyable concert experience.
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