In the heart of Mankato, Minn., the Verizon Wireless Center stands as a focal point to the area's entertainment scene. Typically home to Minnesota State University's hockey team, the 8,000-plus-seat arena also moonlights as a concert venue that draws big name performers year round. Be there when Mannheim Steamroller takes the stage on December 12, and prepare for the concert with the guide contained on this page.
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato Seating Information
Most concerts will offer four different levels of seating. The stage will likely be arranged on one end of the floor level, with seating stretching the length of the floor in front of the stage. Floor seating typically contains sections of reserved seating, but there may also be a general admission pit directly in front of the stage. Be sure to verify the layout for Mannheim Steamroller on the Verizon Wireless Center seating chart.
Aside from the floor, the 100 and 200 levels form stadium-style riser seating surrounding the floor area. For concerts, the sections typically range from 100-120 in the lower level and 200-220 in the middle level. The final level of seating is the 300 level, with seating options along the sides of the floor area in sections 300-306 and 314-320. If any of the seats in these sections have any type of obstructed view, that information will be available in the listing's "Notes" section.
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato General Information
Guests cannot bring outside food or drink, bottles, cans, containers, or any type of audio or video recording devices into the Verizon Wireless Center. Small personal cameras are usually allowed, but the final decision is at the discretion of the performer. For most concerts, children two and older require a ticket for admission.
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato Parking Information
Two ramps adjacent to the venue provide parking spaces: the Mankato Place Ramp and the Depot Ramp. There may be street parking available as well.
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato Gate Times
For most concerts at the Verizon Wireless Center, the doors will open one hour before the event begins.
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato Accessibility
Accessible seating options are made available throughout the venue, and designated parking spaces are available in the ramps on a first-come, first-served basis. The Verizon Wireless Center also offers elevator access to all levels, as well as assisted listening devices during most events. Reach out to the guest services department for detailed information on accessible amenities prior to seeing Mannheim Steamroller in concert.