Coming off a whirlwind year in which she released the album "Bangerz," completed a show-stopping performance at MTV's VMA Awards, and hosted an episode of "Saturday Night Live," Miley Cyrus is continuing her streak of success in 2014 with an extensive world tour. The trek will stop in Uniondale, N.Y., on April 24, bringing all the singer's outlandish sets, energetic dancing, and strong vocals to center stage at the Nassau Coliseum for this Thursday night concert.
Nassau Coliseum Seating Information
Miley Cyrus' custom stage will be arranged on the Nassau Coliseum floor in front of Sections 223-225. The singer will also have a "C" stage on the opposite side of the arena, and there will be six sections of floor seating (A1-C2) dividing the two stages. If you prefer to secure stadium-style seats to the concert, look to options in the Lower, Middle, and Upper Levels of the stadium. There will also be a handful of arena suites--situated at the front of several Upper Level sections--that will offer seating.
For a unique VIP experience, you may be able to purchase a Miley Cyrus meet and greet pass in addition to your concert ticket. Just press the highlighted "Meet & Greet" button under the seating chart for more information.
Nassau Coliseum General Information
No professional cameras or recording devices can be used inside Nassau Coliseum on April 24, but personal point-and-shoot cameras used without flash will be permitted. If you leave the arena during the Miley Cyrus show, you will not be re-admitted. Prohibited items for this event include outside food and drinks, noisemakers, large bags, and backpacks.
Nassau Coliseum Parking Information
Multiple lots surround the Nassau Coliseum and will offer parking to attendees of the Miley Cyrus show. Fees are typically paid in cash on site, and there will be different prices depending on which lot you choose on April 24.
Nassau Coliseum Gate Times
The venue aims to open its doors by 6 p.m. EST. This time is subject to change on the day of the concert.
Nassau Coliseum Accessibility
Nassau Coliseum is equipped with accessible seating areas, elevators, escalators, and a fully staffed guest services booth for every show. There is also a drop-off area for guests with limited mobility located on the west side of the arena.