As one of the most beloved venues in the Minneapolis area, the State Theatre is always a fan-favorite for the many notable artists gracing the stage year after year. Witness Ian Anderson live on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 for an unforgettable event and use the details below for additional information on the venue.
State Theatre Minneapolis Seating Information
Seating at the State Theatre starts with Pit Left and Pit Right directly in front of the stage, and is followed by Sections 1-4, which make up the remainder of the floor seating. Sections 2-4 are on the right side of the stage, and Sections 1-3 are on the left side. Seating starts with Row A at the front, and runs to KK in the rear of the venue. The upper level consists of Loge and Balcony seating. The Loge consists of the Loge Center, Loge Right, and Loge Left, which starts with Row A in the center and Row AA for both the right and left. The Balcony sits just behind the Loge, and consists of Sections 5-8, with Sections 5 and 6 in the middle, Section 7 on the left, and Section 8 on the right. Seating for all of these Sections starts with Row D in the front and ends with V in the rear.
State Theatre Minneapolis General Information
Purses and small bags that can fit under the seat are permitted, and all bags are subject to search. Cameras and other recording equipment are strictly prohibited. Additionally, the State Theatre is a smoke-free venue and will have food and light snacks available for purchase the day of the performance by Ian Anderson.
State Theatre Minneapolis Parking Information
There is not a specified parking lot for the State Theatre, but there are plenty of lots in the vicinity that provide parking for fans for a fee. The City Center Parking Ramp and the Orpheum Surface Lot are located nearby, as well as Municipal Parking, Downtown Auto Park, Hawthorne Ramp, LA Salle Court Parking, La Salle Plaza, and the Macy's Park and Shop Ramp.
For those that do not wish to drive to the theatre, public transportation is readily available. The Metro Transit Bus and the Warehouse District/Hennepin Avenue Light Rail Station both have stops nearby.
State Theatre Minneapolis Gate Times
The venue will open approximately one hour prior to the start of the concert.
State Theatre Minneapolis Accessibility
Accessible parking is available in nearby lots, but it is recommended that anyone needing accessible accommodations be dropped off at the front of the venue for easier access to the building. There will be accessible seating for all guests in the lower level of the theatre, which generally have companion seats as an option. Please contact the venue with any questions or additional needs regarding accessibility for Ian Anderson.