Built just off the shore of the Mississippi River, the i Wireless Center is one of the Quad Cities' most popular entertainment venues. Opened in 1993, the i Wireless Center offers many modern amenities to make each concert an excellent experience for all guests, and the award-winning architecture of this spacious arena provides an ideal concert space for all types of artists, including Motley Crue and Alice Cooper on November 9.
i Wireless Center Seating Information
For i Wireless Center concerts, the stage is typically set up on the west end of the arena, in between the North and South Concourse Club sections. The main floor area offers seating in front of the stage and is normally divided into various sections, but it may also be configured as a general admission space. Be sure to view the custom-designed i Wireless Center seating chart on this page to see the official setup for your concert.
The next two levels of the stadium--the lower and upper levels--feature riser-style seating. The lower level offers seating in sections 101-117, while the upper level features sections 200-216. Take care to note some sections near the sides of the stage may offer a limited view at certain concerts. The "Notes" section of each individual listing will include any information about possible obstructed views.
Club or suite seating may be offered during certain concerts. Click the "Suites" button underneath the seating chart to check availability for Motley Crue and Alice Cooper.
i Wireless Center General Information
Children three and older require a ticket for entry to most productions. The venue does not allow fans to bring any kind of recording device, camera, or outside food and beverage inside. Bags and backpacks are typically permitted but are subject to a security search on site.
i Wireless Center Parking Information
The venue offers a spacious parking lot for guests, and a parking structure is connected to the arena with a skywalk. Public parking is also available at nearby locations if the i Wireless Center lots become full. Typically parking fees are included in the ticket price, but some events may offer premium parking for an extra fee.
i Wireless Center Gate Times
Usually doors open an hour in advance of the show.
i Wireless Center Accessibility
The i Wireless Center is a fully accessible venue and has taken great care to provide all guests with a variety of seating options on all levels. There are also more than 40 accessible parking spaces on site, and a drop-off area in front of the venue is optioned at most events. The i Wireless Center usually offers assisted listening devices to be rented on the night of the concert, and the venue will attempt to provide sign language interpreters if given at least three days' notice. Speak with a box office staff member directly for more details before attending Motley Crue and Alice Cooper.