Within the elaborate walls of the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, the Borgata Event Center serves as an intimate venue for major artists that stop through the resort town of Atlantic City, N.J. Musicians of all kinds--from the top artists on today's radio to legendary performers of the past--appear at this location, and this year, the list of performers only grows more illustrious with Robin Thicke on March 2.
Borgata Casino Event Center Seating Information
Different artists may arrange the seating in the Event Center in different ways, so it is vital to check the seating chart on this page to see how it will be set up for Robin Thicke.
One layout is for the entire floor to feature general admission standing room only. An artist may also prefer to offer only reserved seating, in which case, the front level offers sections 100-500, whereas the back area features sections A-E.
Some artists may offer a combination of general admission and reserved seating. In these cases, the general admission standing room will be closest to the stage, while reserved seating sections A-E will remain open closer to the rear of the venue.
Borgata Casino Event Center General Information
No outside food or drinks are allowed inside the venue. Guests can usually bring personal, non-professional cameras, but flash photography is prohibited.
Borgata Casino Event Center Parking Information
Several parking lots surround the Borgata Hotel and Casino, with options for both self-service and valet parking. Be aware there may be a charge for parking on site.
Borgata Casino Event Center Gate Times
Doors at the Borgata Event Center typically open one hour before the concert begins.
Borgata Casino Event Center Accessibility
The Borgata Event Center offers accessible seating options for every performance. Check directly with a venue staff member for details on seating and other amenities.