The Sleep Country Amphitheater is known for hosting the best concert events that sweep through the Seattle area, like Journey and Steve Miller Band on Sunday, July 20, 2014. Prepare for the upcoming Ridgefield performance by looking through important venue information below.
Sleep Country Amphitheater Seating Information
The Sleep Country Amphitheater is the largest in the greater Seattle area, and can hold up to 18,000 people for one concert event. The amphitheater is a partially covered venue, with the reserved seating almost completely covered by the roof, while the lawn seating in the back is open to the elements. Seating starts at the front of the stage closest to Journey and Steve Miller Band, with sections 101-103 going from right to left, followed by boxes scattered behind those sections. The back of the covered reserved seating is made up of sections 201-207 with section 204 down the center of the venue. The lawn seating is located behind those sections.
Sleep Country Amphitheater General Information
Each show will go on rain or shine. Personal cameras will be permitted, but no flash photography will be allowed. No smoking except for in designated areas in each of the outdoor plazas. Fireworks, outside food and drink, umbrellas and coolers will not be permitted on the premises. However, guests can bring binoculars, blankets, and seat cushions for comfort. Low back sand chairs may be available for rental for those in the lawn. Food, concessions, and spirits will be available inside the venue.
Sleep Country Amphitheater Parking Information
Parking is available onsite for over 7,000 vehicles and the fee is typically included in the price of the tickets. No other parking facilities are nearby, but concertgoers can use the C-TRAN shuttle service for certain events from the Salmon Creek Park and Ride. No tailgating or consumption of alcohol will be permitted in the lots.
Sleep Country Amphitheater Gate Times
The venue generally opens two hours before each concert event, but is subject to change.
Sleep Country Amphitheater Accessibility
The Sleep Country Amphitheater is ADA accessible, but please note when purchasing Journey tickets that you are in need of accessible seating. Contact the venue with any questions regarding accessibility and accommodations.