Tucked away in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is Hard Rock Live, one of the most notable concert venues to hit the beaches of South Florida. This year, take in a concert by Trace Adkins at the famed venue on Tuesday, December 17, 2013.
Hard Rock Live Hollywood Seating Information
There are several different configurations for Hard Rock Live, but generally, the entire venue will be open for full house seating. Floor seating starts with Section 101 on the right side of the stage, and the sections continue in a clockwise direction around the floor, with Section 104 at the rear and Section 107 in front of the left side of the stage. Section 104 is considered the Risers Section and is located at the rear of the venue behind the floor seating. The 200 and 300 levels are laid out the same way as the floor, with seating closest to the stage beginning with Section 201, and continuing to Section 207 next to the stage, followed by Sections 301-307.
Hard Rock Live Hollywood General Information
The following items are prohibited per venue rules: backpacks, large bags or purses, strollers, outside food and drink, coolers, umbrellas, or any recording equipment. All bags are subject to search upon entry. Small personal cameras are generally permitted, as long as there is no flash or removable lens. Smoking is not permitted inside the venue but there are designated smoking areas outside.
Concessions will be available at the venue for purchase including pizza, sandwiches, hot dogs, nachos, candy, beer, wine, soda, and water. Grills and fireworks will not be permitted in the parking lots surrounding the venue.
Hard Rock Live Hollywood Parking Information
Parking is located on site and fees are included in the ticket prices. Valet parking will also be available for an additional fee.
Hard Rock Live Hollywood Gate Times
Doors generally open one hour before events begin, but times are subject to change.
Hard Rock Live Hollywood Accessibility
Accessible parking is available on site at the venue's parking garage on a first-come, first-served basis and with a state-issued placard. The venue itself is completely accessible, with accessible seating available throughout various price levels. If you have any questions or concerns, contact venue staff prior to the concert.