Gear up for an evening of unforgettable fun when Spokane, WA, hosts Motley Crue and Alice Cooper on Saturday, November 22, 2014. Peruse the page for additional information regarding the venue and your concert.
Spokane Arena Seating Information
Seating at Spokane Arena varies depending on the artist performing and the stage configuration. Generally, the stage will be on one end of the arena with Section F1 closest to the stage on the floor (which in some cases may be a general admission pit as well). The remaining seating on the floor is divided into Sections F2-F4 in the back. The 100-level begins with Section 101 in the back right corner of the venue and continues to Section 107 on the right side of the stage, and resumes with Section 113 on the left side. In most instances, there will not be seating behind the stage due to obstruction, but the sections may vary depending on the event. Sections 113-124 run along the rest of the level before adjoining with Section 101. The 200-level starts with Section 201 and continues to Section 206 on the right side of the stage before resuming with Section 214-224 on the left.
Spokane Arena General Information
The following items are prohibited at Spokane Arena: weapons, cans, bottles, alcohol, large signs with sticks, lasers, large bags, noise makers, food, beverages, and coolers. Smoking is not permitted inside the building, or within 25 feet of an entrance, exit, or ventilation system. Guests may not re-enter the building after they have exited the premises. Cameras will be permitted, but any that have flash or a removable lens will not be allowed. In addition, all audio and video recording will not be permitted.
Spokane Arena Parking Information
Spokane Arena has parking lots adjacent to the venue, providing all concert goers with parking on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee. Premier parking is also available for an additional fee near the main entrance and is divided into seven different lots including North Lot A, B, Northeast Lot 4, D, E, South Lot F and VIP Parking G. No overnight parking is permitted.
Spokane Arena Gate Times
Gates will generally open 1-2 hours prior to the concert unless otherwise noted.
Spokane Arena Accessibility
Spokane Arena is completely ADA accessible for those in need of accommodations. Accessible seating is available in all sections and levels of the venue with the option to purchase companion seating. There are more than 40 parking stalls in Parking Lot B that are reserved for those in need of accessible parking. Additional spaces are located in Lot F, and a state-displayed placard must be present to park in the spaces. For additional information regarding accessibility, contact venue staff directly.