Sit alongside thousands of others when the Orlando Magic take the court against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, April, 08 2015. Read through the information below, providing a brief guide to the Amway Center.
Amway Center Seating Information
Floor seating surrounds the court and is broken down by north, south, east, and west. Seating continues with the 100 level, while boxes are located directly behind it and run the length of both sides of the Amway Center. The last level of seating is the 200 level, with numerous suites positioned before it in between the 100 and 200 levels.
Amway Center General Information
All guests are subject to search prior to entering the Magic vs. Bulls contest, and security has the right to deem any items too dangerous to bring inside. Cameras are permitted so as long as no flash is used during the game, and as long as they do not have a detachable lens longer than six inches.
Amway Center Parking Information
Reserved and pre-paid parking for Orlando Magic games is located in the GEICO and Church Street Garages, which are located adjacent to the Amway Center. Parking is also located throughout downtown Orlando, but is scarce and it is recommended that fans purchase pre-paid parking to ensure a spot.
The Central Florida Regional Transit Authority and the LYNC both provide bus transit throughout the greater Orlando area as well.
Amway Center Gate Times
Doors will likely open 1-2 hours prior to the start of the Magic-Bulls game.
Amway Center Accessibility
Accessible parking for those in need is located at the GEICO Garage, which has a pedestrian bridge on the fifth floor that connects to the venue. Additional overflow accessible parking is available in Lot 9 and other surface lots in the area. All guests using accessible spaces must have a state-issued ADA placard, and all spots are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is a variety of accessible seating throughout the Amway Center that will fit various price ranges and needs. Please contact venue staff for any additional accommodations needed prior to the game.
Charts may not be drawn to scale.