For the first time in almost 10 years, the internationally beloved singing sensation Cher will be heading out on the road for a full-fledged concert tour. The Dressed to Kill Tour will visit Houston's Toyota Center on March 24 as the second stop on a lengthy North American schedule. The venture will promote Cher's latest studio album, "Closer to the Truth." During this early leg of the tour, "Love Is a Battlefield" singer Pat Benatar and her husband Neil Giraldo will be on hand as special guests.
Toyota Center Seating Information
The main stage for the Cher concert will be located between Sections 103 and 124. Floor seating will be made available in six sections, lettered A-F. There also will be stadium seating in the Lower Level (Sections 203-124) and Upper Level (Sections 405-431) of the venue.
If you choose to browse seats in Sections 103, 124, 405-407, or 429-431, be aware that most of these seats are listed in the "Notes" section as having a side or rear view of the stage. You may also be able to find Cher packages on sale that include admission to the event as well as special hospitality benefits, like gift items and a pre-show dinner. Be sure to check the notes on each listing for details on what the package will include.
Toyota Center General Information
Personal-use cameras are usually allowed during concerts, but audio-video recording devices are never permitted inside Toyota Center. Small banners or signs are allowed, but they must be hand-held. Outside food and drink cannot be brought inside the venue, but there are many concession stands on site offering a variety of cuisines like Italian, Asian, Mexican, and barbeque. Coolers, backpacks, artificial noisemakers, confetti, and glitter will all be prohibited at Toyota Center during the Cher concert.
Toyota Center Parking Information
Parking is available on site, as the Toyota Center is connected to a parking garage with more than 2,000 spaces. In addition, there are several privately owned parking lots around the venue. Alternatively, Houston's METRO system provides public transportation to the venue with a number of bus lines.
Toyota Center Gate Times
Doors are scheduled to open at 6:30 p.m. local time on March 24. This time is subject to change.
Toyota Center Accessibility
The Toyota Center has many accessible amenities for attendees. Upon arrival at Toyota Center, fans can be dropped off at the designated areas on La Branch and Bell Streets. Alternatively, there are designated parking spaces on the first and third levels of the venue's parking garage, as well as in numerous lots near the arena. Public transportation to the arena also has accessible options on all bus routes, as well as through the paratransit service METROLift.
Wheelchair seating is available in both the Lower and Upper Levels. On site, elevators and escalators provide access to every level, and there are accessible restrooms on each level as well. Fans with mobility limitations are encouraged to take advantage of the wheelchair escorts provided through Guest Services, and attendees with hearing impairments can utilize assisted listening devices on site free of charge. With at least three days' notice, the venue will attempt to secure the services of sign language interpreters.