With a beautiful location just along the banks of the Columbia River, the Gorge Amphitheatre offers unbelievable scenery as a backdrop to some of the country's most popular musicians and festivals, including Sasquatch! Festival - 3 Day Pass this year on May 23. Read through the following guide for vital details about parking, camping, and seating at this scenic outdoor venue.
Gorge Amphitheatre Seating Information
Gorge Amphitheatre houses five different sections. Closest to the stage is the general admission pit section, followed by the 100-level (101-103) and 200-level (201-205). A series of private boxes is typically available at each performance and is located just behind the 200-level. Finally, a general admission lawn area slopes up the hill furthest from the stage and offers unparalleled views of the surrounding natural landscape.
On occasion, a concert event may only offer general admission for the entire venue, in which case no seating chart will appear on this page.
Camping is typically allowed on Gorge Amphitheatre grounds, but a separate camping pass must be purchased separately from a concert ticket. Be sure to check the listings for Sasquatch! Festival - 3 Day Pass closely to see if camping is available.
Gorge Amphitheatre General Information
Prohibited items at Gorge Amphitheatre include coolers, elevated chairs, and outside beverages (other than the one factory sealed bottle of water allowed per person). Outside food is usually allowed, but must be brought in a clear plastic bag with a maximum capacity of one gallon. Children under two years old are free in general admission areas, but all attendees require a ticket in reserved seating areas.
Gorge Amphitheatre Parking Information
Parking normally opens at noon on the day of a performance, and a space is usually included in the price of the ticket. Premium parking is available for certain Gorge Amphitheatre concerts but must be purchased separately.
Gorge Amphitheatre Gate Times
Depending on the performance, the gates at Gorge Amphitheatre may open between 90 minutes and two hours in advance of the concert.
Gorge Amphitheatre Accessibility
If you require extra assistance while attending any Gorge Amphitheatre concert, the venue advises that you contact their staff directly ahead of the performance date. The outdoor pavilion does provide ADA parking as well as wheelchair accessibility.