Reserve your seats today to watch Alton Brown perform at Vancouver's premier Orpheum Theatre on Friday, February 20, 2015. Designated a National Heritage Site, the 1920s-era venue was revamped in 2009, and continues to host some of the top concert acts around.
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver Seating Information
Seating at the Orpheum Theatre Vancouver starts with four sections in the Orchestra Level, extending back 31 rows, while the Upper Levels consist of the Dress Circle, Lower Balcony and Upper Balcony, all of which are made up of Left, Right Left Centre, and Right Centre Sections. The Dress Circle consists of Rows 1-4, the Lower Balcony is made up of Rows 5-14, and the Upper Balcony has Rows 15-24.
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver General Information
No outside food and drink is allowed inside, and cameras are permitted on a case-by-case basis, mostly at the artist's discretion. Every guest is subject to search upon entry, and security has the right to deem any items inappropriate.
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver Parking Information
Orpheum Theatre parking is very limited, so please keep that in mind when planning your visit to see Alton Brown. There is no parking directly connected to the venue, but there are meters and public parking lots in the neighborhood that offers parking for a fee.
Public transportation is readily available for those who prefer not to drive via the Vancouver Centre Canada Line Station and the city centre bus routes.
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver Gate Times
The doors at the Orpheum Theatre generally open 1-2 hours prior to each concert.
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver Accessibility
There are 16 total wheelchair seats available in both the Orchestra and Dress Circle Levels, and there is elevator access through the Smithe Street entrance for those in need. There are metered parking spots and some accessible spaces available with proper credentials or guests can be dropped off in front of the venue.