Whether you're escaping from the bustle of New York City or venturing north from Jersey, the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J., is a scenic, open-air amphitheater that's suited for any type of popular concert, including Keith Urban. As you plan your visit for this performance on August 15, be sure to read through the following necessary information.
PNC Bank Arts Center Seating Information
The PNC Bank Arts Center typically offers five seating levels: orchestra, VIP box orchestra, loge, terrace, and lawn. Lawn seating is always general admission and will not be covered by the roof, though each of the remaining sections offer reserved seating. Starting furthest from the stage, the terrace section (401-405) contains certain rows that may be uncovered by the venue roof. Meanwhile, the loge (301-304), VIP box orchestra (202-203), and orchestra levels (101-104, 201, 204) all lie under the cover of the pavilion.
PNC Bank Arts Center General Information
For most performances, fans in lawn seating may bring blankets, or lawn chairs if the seats are nine inches or lower from the ground. Snacks are typically allowed, but must be contained in a clear plastic bag. Each attendee at Keith Urban may bring one sealed bottle of water, but any other bottles, cans, or coolers are prohibited. Normally, personal cameras are acceptable inside, but professional cameras and recording devices are never admitted in the venue.
PNC Bank Arts Center Parking Information
On-site parking lots usually open two hours before the concert begins, and free shuttles are available to take guests from far lots to the venue. At the majority of events parking is free, but the venue also offers closer VIP parking for purchase.
Tailgating is occasionally allowed, but restrictions may vary by event.
PNC Bank Arts Center Gate Times
At most performances, gates open one hour prior to show time.
PNC Bank Arts Center Accessibility
Various measures are in place to ensure a stress-free experience for all attendees, including first-come, first-served ADA parking. To learn more about specific accessibility amenities for the 08/15/2014 performance, please contact a PNC Bank Arts Center staff member directly.