Lauded as one of the most advanced concert halls in the Dallas metropolitan area, the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie offers fans the chance to experience their favorite performers in a uniquely intimate setting for a venue of its size. With seats for over 6,000 fans, this indoor venue has been known to regularly host in-demand musicians like TobyMac on February 25. Plan ahead for the concert by reading more Verizon Theatre details found on this page.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Seating Information
Though an indoor venue, the Verizon Theatre has an amphitheater-like atmosphere for seating. The first area closest to the stage is the 100-level, with a row of sections from 101-105. Please note for certain performances, the front middle sections (102-104) may be replaced with a general admission pit area. Be sure to double check the Verizon Theatre seating chart for TobyMac to verify the layout.
The following two sections (201-207 and 301-309) also offer lower level reserved seating. The next row, the Southwest Flight Deck, serves as the first area of the mezzanine with premier seating. Finally, the upper level offers reserved seating in sections 401-413.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie General Information
Strollers are not allowed anywhere within the theater. Only small signs and banners related to the event are permitted at concerts. Outside food and drink, large bags, noisemaking devices, and any kind of recording device or professional camera are prohibited. Cameras for personal use are usually allowed at Verizon Theatre concerts. Children under one year old are typically permitted for free so long as they share a seat with a paying adult.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Parking Information
The lots surrounding Verizon Theatre open two hours before concerts begin. General parking is typically paid for at the venue, but VIP parking may be available for purchase prior to the concert. The venue also offers a drop-off area in front of the entrance. Tailgating is prohibited on venue lots.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Gate Times
Doors at the Verizon Theatre usually open one hour before the concert starts.
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible seating is situated in row QQ of sections 202-206, and the venue offers accessible parking in the front of the lots. Various services--including sign language interpreters and assisted listening devices--may be available with at least two weeks' notice. For specifics on Verizon Theatre accessibility, contact the theater's guest services department directly.
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