The UIC Pavilion has everything that a concertgoer needs when attending a show-from public transit and parking to plenty of concessions and a state-of-the-art sound system. With a capacity of almost 7,000, this venue is ideal for seeing a show like A Day to Remember on Thursday, September 18, 2014.
UIC Pavilion Seating Information
For concerts, the stage will generally be located at the east end of the venue. The floor section is typically designated as general admission, providing fans with the closest access to the stage. Seating in the 100 level seating starts with Section 102 near the side of the stage, and continues around the horseshoe venue to Section 116 on the opposite side. The 200 level continues behind it with Sections 201-217 as the last sections of seating in the venue. Seating in Sections 201-202, 102-103, 115-116 and 216-217 may have an obstructed view of the performance due to its location on the side of the stage. You can view the specific seating layout for A Day to Remember on this page.
UIC Pavilion General Information
Items not permitted inside the UIC Pavilion include cameras, outside food and beverages, coolers, noisemakers, weapons, and aerosol cans. Some banners and signs may be permitted as long as they do not obstruct the view of other guests. There is no smoking allowed inside the venue, and all guests are asked to use the outdoor smoking section by Gate 5.
UIC Pavilion Parking Information
University parking lots are located near the pavilion, providing over 2,000 parking spots for a fee. There are additional lots for those with VIP access, as well as for any large crowds in need of overflow lots.
The UIC Pavilion is also accessible from the CTA Blue Line (Racine stop) as well as multiple CTA bus stops in the area (60, 7, 120, 8 buses).
UIC Pavilion Gate Times
Doors will typically open one hour prior to the start of concerts.
UIC Pavilion Accessibility
The UIC Pavilion is completely accessible for those in need of ADA accommodations. Accessible parking is available in the lots surrounding the venue on a first-come, first-served basis with a state-issued placard or identification. Guests can also be dropped off on the corner of Harrison and Racine by Gate 3. ADA Accessible seating is available in various price ranges, and multiple elevators are available on site for easy access. Wheelchairs will be available on site for free for guests with a photo ID. Contact the venue directly prior to attending the concert for assistance with any special requests or additional accomodations.