It's been nearly 10 years since Elton John performed at Seattle's KeyArena, but the international superstar will be back at the spacious Washington arena in 2014 for one night only on Sept. 27. From upbeat classics like "Benny and the Jets" to sentimental songs such as "Candle in the Wind," this iconic performer is sure to treat fans in attendance to an unforgettable evening of incredible sing-alongs from one of pop music's most significant musicians.
KeyArena Seating Information
The stage for the Elton John Seattle concert will be set at one end of the venue with two large areas of Floor Level seating available on the same level. Floor Level seating will be broken in to Sections AA and BB. The two other main areas of seating include the Lower and Upper Levels. The Lower Level stands closer to the stage with Sections 101-128, and the Upper Level is the farthest from the floor with Sections 201-228. Many sections in these two levels will be situated behind the stage, so you will not be able to view the full performance from some areas of the venue. You can check a listing's "Notes" section for more details.
KeyArena General Information
Items such as backpacks or large bags, alcoholic beverages, and audio or video recording devices are strictly prohibited at KeyArena. There may be more items prohibited on the day of the performance, but you can check with venue staff for more details as the event draws near.
KeyArena Parking Information
Three main garages near the arena offer parking for all events, and you should be able to pay for your space on site when you arrive. Bike parking may also be available for Elton John fans that wish to avoid driving the concert.
KeyArena Gate Times
Gates for events at KeyArena typically open 60 minutes before the beginning of the event, meaning fans should be able to enter the venue at about 7 p.m. PST. Note that this is subject to change.