With a capacity of over 12,000 people, SaskTel Centre has become one of Canada's top spots to see a concert, like Demi Lovato on Tuesday, October 07, 2014. There's plenty to see while visiting the famed Saskatchewan venue, so be sure to be in-the-know about concessions, parking, seating and more using the guide below.
SaskTel Centre Seating Information
For most concerts, the stage is located at one end of the venue between sections A-V. In some cases, there will be a general admission pit on the floor closest to the stage; otherwise, seating will be labeled by rows starting with row 1 closest to the stage. The next level of seating ranges from section A-V, although sections A and V might both have obstructed views due to being on the side of the stage. The upper level at the SaskTel Centre consists of seating in sections 1-23 and 38-39.
SaskTel Centre General Information
The SaskTel Centre has the right to search any bag or person entering the premise, and any items deemed dangerous or prohibited will be discarded to ensure the safety of all other guests. For a list of any banned items, please contact the venue ahead of time. Concessions will be available onsite, and if needed, binoculars are available to rent during the concert.
SaskTel Centre Parking Information
There are plenty of different ways to get to the SaskTel Centre for Demi Lovato. Free parking is located onsite for around 4,000 cars, but is distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Preferred parking closer to the venue is also available for a fee. If you would prefer to utilize public transportation, there will be a bus service available that will transport concert-goers from the Bus Mall at 23 Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues to the SaskTel Centre for a regular bus fee. The bus will run every 15 minutes starting one hour before the event, and will conclude after the event is over.
SaskTel Centre Gate Times
The SaskTel Centre generally opens two hours before an event is scheduled to start.