On May 6, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas, will get back to its working class roots when Bruce Springsteen stops by to perform all of your favorite blue-collar rock-and-roll anthems. Following the release of the 2013 album "High Hopes," the tour is set to feature a collection of fan favorites, as well as deep cuts from The Boss' many albums.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Seating Information
Arcing just around the front of the stage is the General Admission Pit. Flanking the Pit are Section 101 on the left and Section 103 on the right, with rows spanning from A-Z, followed by Rows AA-DD. In the center lies Section 102, which begins with Rows A-N and extends into two small clusters of seating near the middle of the venue. In the middle of Section 102 are a handful of private boxes. Beyond that, arcing from left to right, are Sections 104-111. At the outer edge of the amphitheater lies the lawn, which is a general admission area.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion General Information
For safety reasons, guests may be subjected to a search upon entry. Standing in seats or aisles is not allowed due to safety and visibility issues. Smoking is not allowed in the reserved seating areas, but it will be permitted on the lawn and in the concession areas during the Bruce Springsteen performance. ASL interpretation may be available if you request the service by April 15. Wheelchair-accessible seating, restrooms, picnic areas, and drinking fountains are available on site.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Parking Information
The pavilion will offer free guest parking in well-lit and patrolled lots on May 6. However, prepaid VIP parking is also available in the Gold Lot. VIP parking typically allows for a more rapid exit after the show.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Gate Times
The venue gates are scheduled to open 90 minutes prior to the performance. Keep in mind there may be delays on May 6 that cause the gates to open later than expected.