New York's United Palace Theatre is an eclectic, elaborate structure that today doubles as a church and a performance space. In its years as a music venue, this Washington Heights landmark has presented dozens of award-winning artists to the city of New York, and will continue to do so with Lorde on September 15.
United Palace Theatre Seating Information
The United Palace Theatre offers four main seating levels: orchestra, lower and upper loges, and balcony. The orchestra level is split into four sections (two odd, two even) across the venue, with rows beginning at AA and extending back to Z. The loges are slightly elevated near the back of the theater, and the lower loge is comprised of rows A-E, while the upper loge has rows A-N. The final section is the balcony, which is the uppermost level in the theater. Typically, the sections in each level will be designated by their location in the theater (e.g. left, left center, center, right, and right center).
United Palace Theatre General Information
All children over the age of five need a ticket for admission. Outside food and drink are not permitted in the venue, and fans are typically prohibited from bringing audio or video recording devices and cameras into the theater.
United Palace Theatre Parking Information
The United Palace Theatre does not offer privately owned parking lots, but there are two indoor lots available across the street, as well as four parking garages in close proximity to the venue. Public transportation via the "A" Train typically has a stop at 175th Street, which is within walking distance of the theater.
United Palace Theatre Gate Times
Normally, United Palace Theatre doors open 30-60 minutes before show time.
United Palace Theatre Accessibility
Accessible seating is available for guests with mobility issues. Guests should contact the theater's box office directly for more details on accessibility services for Lorde.