The 5 Seconds of Summer concert is about to take place, and below you'll find all of the Palace of Auburn Hills information you need regarding seating, parking, and more. Then you can just sit back, relax, and prepare to enjoy the 5 Seconds of Summer show on Wed. Aug 19, 2015 7:30 PM.
Palace of Auburn Hills Seating Guide
- Floor Seats - (Floor Level) - Floor seats are often general admission, but many times they are split into lettered sections (A-F). The design depends on the artist's preferred stage construction and sometimes features a pit as well. Either way, these are fantastic seats that offer a great head-on view that many feel are the best in the house.
- Lower Level - (Sections 101-126) - The Lower Level is located right above the Floor Level and take up the 100 Level seats. These seats offer a sensational perspective of the performance as they wrap 360 degrees around the stage. These seats also have some sections that are behind or to the side of the stage that you should be aware of, including sections 103-111.
- Upper Level - (Sections 201-230) - Upper Level seats provide a great midpoint between excellent affordability and high-quality seating. These seats are just above the Lower Level and run 360 degrees around the stage. Be aware that sections 203-213 are located on the side or behind the stage.
Palace of Auburn Hills Premium Seating
- Pit - When set up, the Pit is where diehard fans of 5 Seconds of Summer prefer to stand. This intimate location is predominantly general admission, and many people desire to enjoy the show from this perspective, so tickets tend to sell out fast.
Palace of Auburn Hills Parking
If you're driving to the 5 Seconds of Summer concert, you'll find plenty of parking at and around the Palace. There are five parking lots (South, West, North, VIP, Z Lot), and the standard fee for non VIP parking is $15.00 per car, $30.00 per limo, and $60.00 per bus or RV.
Palace of Auburn Hills Handicap Access
The Palace has plenty of parking for handicap guess in front of every entrance to the Palace of Auburn Hills. The Comcast Pavilion is on street level and requires no stairs or elevators necessary to reach the main concourse.