As the state's largest annual attraction, the Washington State Fair is home to some of the best concerts at the Puyallup Fairgrounds, like Florida Georgia Line on Monday, September 15, 2014. Read on for more details in advance of attending the performance.
Puyallup Fairgrounds Seating Information
The seating closest to the stage is the Infield seating, which runs INF A-INF H from right to left with INF E-D in the center. The next level of seating is the Infield Bleachers, which start at Section I on the right and continue to Section P near the left side of the stage. Box seats are located directly behind the bleachers, and are followed by the Center Grandstand, which consists of sections 8-14, the Lower Grandstand, which includes Sections 6-7 and 15-17, and the Grandstand 2, which is made up of Section 5 and 18-19. The remaining seating at the Puyallup Fairgrounds is Sections 6-16 in the Upper Grandstand alongside Section 5 and 17-19 in Grandstand 2.
Puyallup Fairgrounds General Information
For all fans attending Florida Georgia Line at the Puyallup Fairgrounds, only point-and-shoot cameras will be permitted, and audio, video, and cameras with a detachable lens are not allowed. Smoking is not allowed in any of the public buildings on the grounds, or within 25 feet of building entrances, windows, or ventilation. All bags are subject to search upon entry and the following items are not permitted: open containers, alcohol, weapons, bikes, or animals. The Fair People Movers will be around the grounds daily to provide a free shuttle service across the fairgrounds.
Puyallup Fairgrounds Parking Information
There is parking available throughout the grounds at the Washington State Fair with access to the Puyallup Fairgrounds. The Orange, Purple and Green Lots are located in the southwest corner of the venue, while the Red Parking Lot is located at the northwest corner of the venue. The Gold and Blue lots are both located on the east side of the Puyallup Fairgrounds. RV parking is available but it must be confined to the Orange and Green Lots.
There are multiple public transportation options for those that would prefer not to drive to the Puyallup Fairgrounds. The Kiwanis bus provides direct service to the Green Gate, and there are daily shuttle services from the Best Western Park Plaza, Holiday Inn, South Hill Mall and the lot at 4th Street NW and River Road. The Sounder Train will be available on Saturdays, and in addition, the Sound Transit Buses and Pierce Transit Routes offer service to the grounds.
Puyallup Fairgrounds Gate Times
The gates for individual concerts will vary depending on when the Puyallup Fairgrounds open for the Washington State Fair.
Puyallup Fairgrounds Accessibility
The ADA platform is located near the right side of the venue in between the Infield Bleachers and the lower Grandstand. Please notify an attendant if you are in need of any assistance, and if you have any specific needs, notify the venue ahead of time. Accessible parking is available for those in need in the Gold, Blue, Red, Green and Purple Lots and is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Wheelchairs are available for a fee inside the venue, and People Movers are located throughout the grounds for additional assistance.