As one of the busiest entertainment venues in the world, Montreal's Bell Centre continually packs the place with music's hottest artists. Find out all you'll need to know for the upcoming Tom Petty performance on Thu. Aug 28, 2014 8:00 PM with Bell Centre information featured below.
Bell Centre Seating Information
Hovering around a maximum capacity of 15,000 for concerts, the Bell Centre offers four different tiers of seating. Furthest from the stage will be the 400 level, and descending downward is the 300-, 200-, and 100-level sections. The 200 level consists mostly of club seats. Most artists also will offer floor seats that may either be assigned seating or general admission. Depending on the logistics, seats may be sold for behind or on the side of the stage, which may result in an obstructed view, so keep that in mind while shopping for Tom Petty tickets. The full layout of the Bell Centre for your specific event can be found on the interactive chart.
Bell Centre Parking Information
The Bell Centre offers parking on the day of shows, and prices typically run $10-$20 depending on the event. Outside garages not affiliated with the venue also will be available for guests. Public transportation also will be an option, including the Metro, bus, and commuter trains.
Bell Centre Accessibility Information
All aspects of the Bell Centre are fully accessible for guests attending events at the venue. Various guest relations staff members will be on hand the day of shows to provide additional assistance as needed.