Constructed on the grounds of the OC Fair and Event Center, Costa Mesa's Pacific Amphitheatre is a perfect venue for taking in the California sun, along with music from some of the nation's most popular artists. On July 20, this outdoor amphitheater will host Happy Together Tour as part of its 2014 concert series. As you browse available seats, take note of the guidelines for attending a live performance at the Pacific Amphitheatre.
Pacific Amphitheatre Seating Information
Typically, seating at the Pacific Amphitheatre is broken into six distinct areas. Note that none of the seats at the venue will be covered under any type of roof. Closest to the stage is the pit area, which may be set up as a general admission or reserved seating section depending on the performer. Immediately following is the circle section. The Orchestra Level (sections 1-3) is directly behind the circle. Private box suites may be available for Happy Together Tour; if available, the boxes are located directly behind Orchestra 2. The final section of reserved seating is the Terrace Level (sections 4-8).
Pacific Amphitheatre General Information
Blankets and binoculars are allowed within the venue. Items prohibited in the amphitheater include cameras, recording devices, backpacks, strollers, lawn chairs, and umbrellas.
Children under two years old do not require a ticket for most events, but they must sit with a parent or guardian.
Pacific Amphitheatre Parking Information
Pacific Amphitheatre parking lots will be available adjacent to the venue. For most events, VIP parking options are also available. Normally parking fees are collected on site.
Pacific Amphitheatre Gate Times
Depending on the event, Pacific Amphitheatre gates may open between an hour and 90 minutes before performance time for Happy Together Tour.
Pacific Amphitheatre Accessibility
The Pacific Amphitheatre presents several accessibility options for guests, including parking spaces, seating throughout the venue, and free assisted listening devices. The venue also offers to enlist the assistance of sign language interpreters if given notice at least 10 business days prior to the performance. It is best to contact the guest relations department directly to arrange any special accommodations.