Located on the spacious grounds of Saint Louis University, Chaifetz Arena is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose entertainment facility. While it mainly serves as home base to university athletics throughout the year, the modern venue is also a frequent host of many widely popular musicians, and on September 17, A Day to Remember will join the lengthy list of musicians to have performed live at Chaifetz Arena.
Chaifetz Arena Seating Information
Chaifetz Arena seating options will vary by performer, but there are three main levels, the first of which is floor seating. Located directly in front of the stage, this area may feature a general admission section or reserved seating. Alternatively, the performer may opt to include a combination of the two with a general admission pit closest to the stage and reserved seating closer to the rear. Following the floor level is the 100 and 200 levels, both of which typically offer reserved stadium-style seating. On occasion, a performer may choose to make such areas general admission seating by lower and upper levels. Be sure to verify the layout for A Day to Remember detailed on this page.
Chaifetz Arena General Information
The venue usually allows palm-sized personal cameras at concerts, but professional cameras are never permitted. Signs and banners are typically acceptable, but the signs must not block the sight lines of other attendees and cannot be attached to any type of stick or pole. Collapsible strollers that fit under a seat are also allowed inside the arena. Guests cannot bring outside food and drink, oversized bags and backpacks, lighters, noisemaking devices, or audio-video recording devices to the concert.
Chaifetz Arena Parking Information
There are several lots on campus that offer parking for Chaifetz Arena concerts. The price of parking is usually included in the price of the ticket, and parking is typically distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Chaifetz Arena Gate Times
Usually doors open one hour before the performer is scheduled to take the stage.
Chaifetz Arena Accessibility
Many ADA-compatible services at the Chaifetz Arena make attending the September 17 concert an easy process for all fans. Accessible seating is available on every level of the arena, and the venue's designated accessible parking is located in the nearby Olive/Compton Garage. There is also a pick-up and drop-off location on Compton Ave. Chaifetz Arena offers assisted listening devices free of charge for most concerts.