Offering an impressive lineup of events, the 2014 concert season at Riverbend Music Center promises a plethora of options for every music fan. The waterfront venue will bring some of the country's top performers to Cincinnati this year, including Ohio River Throwdown feat. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros on September 06. Guarantee you're prepared for the performance by reading through the following guide with details about this beloved concert space.
Riverbend Music Center Seating Information
The covered pavilion has five main sections: the pit, private boxes, and front, middle, and rear levels. The closest section to the stage, the pit, may offer reserved or general admission seating according to artist needs. Next, the front level (sections 100-300) and middle level (sections 400-600) offer reserved seating under the roof. The private boxes, ranging in number from 1-46, are located just before the rear level (sections 700-900). Each of these last two sections also offers reserved seating. The final area, furthest from the stage and not covered by the amphitheater roof, is the general admission lawn section.
Riverbend Music Center General Information
Guests can bring blankets, food, sealed bottled water, small coolers and cameras, and strollers into the venue; however, backpacks and recording devices are not allowed. Chairs with seats no higher than nine inches are usually permitted on the lawn. Typically, free admission is offered to children under five on the lawn, but symphony and orchestra events regularly allow children 12 and under free lawn admission.
Riverbend Music Center Parking Information
Normally, parking will be included in the price of Ohio River Throwdown feat. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros tickets, but be sure to check with the venue beforehand. Tailgating is prohibited on all Riverbend Music Center property and parking lots.
Riverbend Music Center Gate Times
Gates at Riverbend Music Center usually open roughly one hour to 90 minutes before performances.
Riverbend Music Center Accessibility
To comply with ADA standards, the Riverbend Music Center offers plenty of accessible seating, and each parking lot has accessible spaces. The venue box office requests that customers with special needs contact the venue prior to the performance, so as to ensure all accommodations can be made in a timely manner.