Located in Bridgeport, Conn., Webster Bank Arena serves as one of the city's significant entertainment landmarks, functioning as a hub for sporting events, special events, and concert tours. Opened in 2001, Webster Bank Arena has a capacity of roughly 10,000, allowing plenty of fans to pack this world-class concert hall on December 16 for the performance from John Mayer.
Webster Bank Arena Seating Information
At most concerts, the stage will be constructed on the end of the arena in front of Sections 109-111. Floor seating will then be broken into different sections that can vary depending on the performer's stage setup. Occasionally, there may be a general admission pit area for a concert, which when offered, is typically positioned immediately in front of the stage ahead of any floor seating.
The final area of seating is the 100 level. This section is comprised of stadium-style seating that surrounds the arena floor. Typically, the sections to the side and rear of the stage will be closed off for concerts; however, some performers may offer obstructed-view seating in these areas. For listings in sections near the stage, be sure to click the "Notes" section included with any John Mayer tickets to see if there is any limitation on the sightlines in that area.
Webster Bank Arena General Information
Professional cameras are prohibited, but some events may allow limited use of personal cameras. The venue also prohibits all outside food and drink, noisemakers, backpacks, inflatable items, and signs. For most concerts, children age two and older require a ticket for admission.
Webster Bank Arena Parking Information
Several pay-to-park lots and garages surround the venue. The price for parking may change with each event, and not all parking areas may be open for John Mayer. It is advisable to arrive early in order to secure a nearby parking space.
Webster Bank Arena Gate Times
For the most part, Webster Bank Arena doors open one hour before concerts begin.
Webster Bank Arena Accessibility
Accessible parking is available in the South Frontage Road parking garage on a first-come, first-served basis for attendees who have designated tags or license plates. The venue also offers accessible elevators, restrooms, and concession stands, as well as assisted listening devices. Sign language interpreters may be available upon request. There is also typically accessible seating located on each level of the arena. Specific accessible seating locations may change with each event, so it is best to arrange seating for the December 16 concert with the box office directly and in advance of the show.