It has been seven years since Luke Bryan released his debut studio album, and 2014 is poised to again be one of the biggest years yet for this country music star on the road for the long-running That's My Kind of Night Tour. Bryan's 2013 album, "Crash My Party," continues to be a hit with fans, thanks in part to the recent single "Play It Again." Hear all your favorite hits from this Georgia native when he visits Rogers Arena in Vancouver on May 3.
Rogers Arena Seating Information
Luke Bryan's main stage will be on the arena floor in front of Sections 101 and 122, but an extension will reach out into the center of the floor. There will be floor admission options available in the standing-room-only GA pits, which are closest to the main stage, and there are reserved seating options closer to the rear of the arena. Stadium-style seating will also be offered in the Lower and Upper Levels, which feature Sections 101-122 and Sections 301-330, respectively. Note that some seats in these areas will have obstructed views of the stage.
Rogers Arena General Information
During the Luke Bryan concert, attendees cannot bring any outside food or drink, bags, bottles, coolers, cans, cameras, noisemakers, or recording devices inside the venue. Binoculars, banners, and signs are allowed. Children under 36" tall will be admitted to the show for free.
Rogers Arena Parking Information
Fans looking to park at Rogers Arena on May 3 can do so in any of the many lots surrounding the venue, including an underground parking structure. Expect to pay a parking fee on site. Alternatively, fans can use public transportation to access the venue. The easiest option is the SkyTrain, whose Stadium/Chinatown station lies nearest to the arena.
Rogers Arena Gate Times
The venue plans to open doors at 6:30 p.m. local time on May 3; however, this is only a tentative time and may change on the day of the show.
Rogers Arena Accessibility
Accessible parking spaces are available in both the underground parking structure at Rogers Arena and in Lots 315 and 987. In addition, there will be assistive listening devices and accessible concession stands, restrooms, entrances, drinking fountains, and ATMs on site.