Revitalized with renovations in 2013, The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., is on track to return as one of the leading entertainment venues in the Los Angeles area. This sizable venue boasts a capacity of upwards of 17,000 guests and promises a unique concert experience that hearkens back to the open-air amphitheaters of ancient Rome. Designed specifically to host large-scale concerts, the L.A. Forum is the perfect venue to host Maroon 5 on Friday, April 03, 2015.
L.A. Forum Seating Information
Seating at the L.A. Forum is normally split between three levels. The first is the floor seating, which will be structured differently for each performer, but typically offers different sections of reserved seating. Some performers may choose to add a general admission pit directly in front of the stage, or the floor may be designated as entirely general admission. Check the L.A. Forum seating chart on this page to verify the setup for the April 3 concert.
The remaining sections in the L.A. Forum are the lower and upper bowls. The lower bowl includes Sections 101-136 and is followed immediately by the upper bowl's Sections 201-236.
L.A. Forum General Information
For most concerts, guests cannot bring outside food or drink, signs or banners, artificial noisemakers, or large bags into the venue.
L.A. Forum Parking Information
A large number of spaces are accessible within the parking lots on site. Parking is normally paid for upon arrival.
L.A. Forum Gate Times
Typically, doors open one hour before concerts begin.
L.A. Forum Accessibility
The state-of-the-art venue offers a variety of accessible seating options. As the seating chart for Maroon 5 may be unique, it is best to contact the box office directly to find the best available accessible seats. The venue's parking lots hold several designated accessible parking spaces, but these are available only on a first-come, first-served basis. Upon request, the L.A. Forum may also be able to provide assisted listening devices and sign language interpreters, if given enough advanced notice.
Charts may not be drawn to scale.