A fixture in downtown New Orleans since the 1920s, the since renovated Saenger Theatre still provides a grand entertainment venue for fans to enjoy the sounds of first-class artists like Ray LaMontagne on Monday, October 27, 2014.
Saenger Theatre New Orleans Seating Information
The Saenger Theatre is used for both concerts and theatre productions, and has a seating layout that is ideal for both. Seating at the front of the venue is divided into three sections-Orchestra Left (odd numbers), Right (even numbers), and Center. Seating starts with Row A closest to the stage and can extend back as far as JJ-LL.
The second level of the Saenger Theatre starts with the Club Seating and Grand Suites at the front of the balcony, which are labeled from A-T. Following that is additional seating in the Balcony Right, Left, and Center, with the even numbered seating on the right and odd numbered seating on the left. The rows start with Row C at the front and end with W at the rear.
Saenger Theatre New Orleans General Information
Recording devices and cameras are permitted on a case-by-case basis, so be sure to check with the venue before bringing those items to a show. Smoking is not permitted inside the theatre, but there are designated patios outside of the venue for smoking. As a precaution, all guests are subject to search upon entry to ensure the safety of everyone attending the concert by Ray LaMontagne.
Saenger Theatre New Orleans Parking Information
Once you've purchased Ray LaMontagne tickets, you may be able to buy a parking pass in advance of the show for the University Place Garage. There are additional garages in the area that provide parking the day of the event as well, including the Rampart Garage, Ritz Carlton, Standard and Central Parking and DH Holmes. Valet parking is also available but typically only for guests with seats in the Grand Suite and Club Seating area.
Saenger Theatre New Orleans Gate Times
The doors will likely open one hour prior to the start of the concert, but is subject to change.
Saenger Theatre New Orleans Accessibility
Accessible parking is located in the lots nearby and is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Anyone with accessibility concerns may also be dropped off in front of the venue. The Saenger Theatre also has accessible seating for patrons in need of special assistance. If you have any special requests or any other questions regarding accessibility, contact the Saenger Theatre staff directly prior to attending the concert.