With a seating capacity of more than 19,000 guests, the Scotiabank Saddledome is one of the premier venues in Alberta. Normally home to the Calgary Flames, this large arena also plays host to dozens of highly anticipated concert events throughout the year, including Rush on Wednesday, Jul. 24.
Scotiabank Saddledome Seating Information
Typically, concerts at Scotiabank Saddledome will be configured with the stage on one end of the arena floor and seating available in any section with a frontal view of the stage. Occasionally, certain performances may offer obstructed, side-, or rear-view seating to admit more guests for a particular artist. If any seats have an obstructed view, this information will be listed on the inventory notes.
The typical concert setup features between three and four levels. Floor seating is located in one section on the main arena floor and is broken down by row. Next, the lower, (100), middle (200), and press levels feature riser-style arena seating. Occasionally, an artist may use a particular stage configuration that offers a pit area directly in front of the stage. Be sure to view the Scotiabank Saddledome seating chart on this page to verify the specific layout for Rush.
Scotiabank Saddledome General Information
At the Scotiabank Saddledome, backpacks, laser pointers, and any type of noise-making devices are all prohibited. Binoculars and collapsible strollers are normally permitted at the venue. Outside food and drink are not allowed, as the venue offers several concession areas within the building. Personal cameras are generally permissible; however, certain artists may prohibit any type of photography at their performances. Typically, children two and older require a ticket.
Scotiabank Saddledome Parking Information
Depending on the event, paid parking may be available in the venue lots. Otherwise, the arena is also accessible by public transportation, or privately owned parking venues are available nearby.
Scotiabank Saddledome Gate Times
Though times do vary, doors for Scotiabank Saddledome concerts normally open an hour before the performance. For select events, the venue's Dutton's Lounge may be open two hours before the concert with various food and drink options.
Scotiabank Saddledome Accessibility
The Scotiabank Saddledome customer service department is committed to offering accessible options to all customers, varying from parking, drop-off locations, and seating options. Please contact the venue directly to arrange any additional assistance at the performance.