Formerly known as the Palladium Ballroom, the South Side Ballroom has long been a staple of the Dallas live music scene. The open floor plan of this spacious venue lends itself to the high energy of talented artists from a variety of different genres--from acoustic rock to electronic dance music. Be there for Ellie Goulding on March 25, and ready yourself for the performance with the help of this venue guide.
South Side Ballroom Seating Information
The South Side Ballroom is a general admission venue, so typically there is no physical seating, and instead the concerts are standing room only, in which proximity to the stage is determined on a first-come, first-served basis. VIP options may be offered in the marketplace, but these typically only include non-reserved seating. Read the "Notes" sections on listings for more details on the particular Ellie Goulding tickets you would like to purchase.
South Side Ballroom General Information
Depending on the performer, some concerts may have age restrictions for admission. In the event that the performance is an all-ages show, children under two years old typically do not require a ticket. The venue normally does not allow any outside food or drink, backpacks, coolers, cameras, or audio/video recording devices.
South Side Ballroom Parking Information
Parking spaces are available in lots connected to the venue. VIP and general parking options are available with payment on site.
South Side Ballroom Gate Times
For most concerts, the South Side Ballroom doors open one hour before the performance begins. As the venue offers general admission seating, lines usually form before doors open, so guests are advised to arrive for spots close to the stage.
South Side Ballroom Accessibility
South Side Ballroom does offer accessible seating options, and accessible parking may be available close to the venue on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to speak with the venue staff ahead of time if you would like to arrange any unique accommodations.