The multi-purpose Salem Civic Center provides a uniquely intimate setting in which to see some of the country's most popular musicians, like Little Big Town with Brett Eldredge on November 13. Prepare for your visit to the versatile venue with some guidelines included below.
Salem Civic Center Seating Information
At the Salem Civic Center, the main concert stage will normally be set up on one end of the arena. The floor space directly in front of the stage typically contains floor seating options, which are designated by section with the letter "F." Certain performers may elect to include a general admission pit area, which will likely be located directly in front of the stage in front of the floor seating. Behind the floor seating are the rear risers which offer stadium-style seating. These sections begin with the letter "A."
The two remaining sections lie along the sides of the Salem Civic Center. Closest to the floor is Section C, and the final level holds Section B seating, which are also stadium-style seating areas that extend along the walls of the arena.
Salem Civic Center General Information
Guests are prohibited from bringing backpacks, large bags, coolers, umbrellas, and artificial noisemakers into the arena. Seat cushions are allowed. Typically, children under the age of two do not need a ticket as long as a seat is shared with a paying adult.
Salem Civic Center Parking Information
The venue has several thousand parking spaces on site. The price of parking is usually included in the cost of your Little Big Town with Brett Eldredge tickets.
Salem Civic Center Gate Times
Doors to the Salem Civic Center usually open one hour before concerts begin.
Salem Civic Center Accessibility
Salem Civic Center offers accessible seating in different areas throughout the arena. Because the seating layout is subject to change with each performer, it is best to make seating arrangements directly with a representative in the box office. Accessible parking spaces are available in the venue lots. These spaces cannot be reserved, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.