Home to South Florida athletic teams, the 10,000-seat USF Sun Dome is also the perfect host for concerts like Fitz and The Tantrums on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. Prepare for your next trip to this Tampa venue with additional information below.
USF Sun Dome Seating Information
The USF Sun Dome has several different layouts and seating arrangements that vary based on the artist. More often than not, the stage will be at one end of the venue with seating available on all levels of the dome. Floor seating will typically be situated closest to the stage, and consists of Sections FL1-FL3 followed by FL4-FL6 and FL7 and FL9. In some cases, the floor will be general admission with no reserved seating, which will be noted in the ticket listings.
The next level of seating starts with Section 101 in the back left corner, and it continues around the venue to Section 122. The 200 level consists of Sections 201-222, and the remaining levels of seating run from Sections 301-332 around the venue. For most concerts, Sections 106-110, 206-210, and 307-315 will not be available due to the location behind the stage. Depending on the show, Sections 104-105, 111-112, 204-205, 211-212, 305-306 and 316-317 may be available but will likely have an obstructed view.
USF Sun Dome General Information
The following items are prohibited to ensure the safety of all guests at the USF Sun Dome: outside food and drink, large or offensive signs, professional cameras, recording devices, or any other items that may be deemed dangerous. Security will be conducting searches of your possessions upon entry. Re-entry is not permitted under any circumstances.
USF Sun Dome Parking Information
There is parking available for guests on site for a fee.
USF Sun Dome Gate Times
The doors generally open 90 minutes prior to the start of each concert.
USF Sun Dome Accessibility
There will be accessible parking available on the premises of the USF Sun Dome, but all patrons must have the proper plates or state-issued placard. Once inside the stadium, there are various levels of accessible seating throughout for the concert, including the main concourse and upper levels. The venue also has companion seating available for all guests. Be sure to note your needs or call the venue with any questions prior to attending the event.