NRG Park is known for hosting some of the best events in the state of Texas on its multi-venue complex. See A Day To Remember take the stage at NRG Arena for a performance you'll never forget on Wednesday, October 01, 2014.
NRG Arena Seating Information
NRG Arena is laid out in the shape of a horseshoe, with seating available on the floor and elevated seating located around the venue. In most cases, the floor will be general admission standing room only. However, if the floor does have reserved seating, it will start with Sections A and B closest to the stage, and will be followed by Sections C-E, with Sections F-H making up the rear.
Reserved seating in the horseshoe starts with Section 100 on the right side of the stag, and continues to Section 112 in the center of the back of the venue. Section 200 starts at the left side of the stage, and continues counter-clockwise around NRG Arena to Section 211, which sits next to Section 112 at the rear.
NRG Arena General Information
Banners are typically allowed as long as they are in good taste, do not use metal or wood for support, and are not hung or obstructing anyone's view. Small personal cameras are generally allowed, but audio and video recording is prohibited. The camera policy is subject to change and evaluated on a case-by-case basis. NRG Arena has a strict no re-entry policy for events with the exception of those using the designated smoking areas. All guests are subject to search upon entry to ensure the safety of all in attendance for A Day To Remember.
NRG Arena Parking Information
For concerts, there is typically a variety of parking lots available on the NRG Park premises. Parking closest to the venue may be found in the South Fannin, South Kirby, or North Fannin Lots. Additional parking at NRG Park can be found in the North Kirby, Westridge, Murworth, McNee, and Main Street Lots. Tailgating is not permitted for concerts.
Public transportation also is available in the area, with a MetroRail stop typically located near the North Fannin Lot. The MetroRail generally runs every 12 minutes, providing quick and efficient service to those attending concerts.
NRG Arena Gate Times
The doors to NRG Arena will likely open 1-2 hours prior to the start of A Day To Remember.
NRG Arena Accessibility
There are usually accessible parking spaces located throughout NRG Park, distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Additionally, there are ADA drop-off and pick-up zones located near the door for easy access to the venue.
There is accessible seating located in various price ranges throughout NRG Arena, which are available with companion seating, in addition to accessible restrooms and concessions. Please contact the venue with any additional requests or questions regarding accessibility prior to attending the concert by A Day To Remember.