Boasting more than 15 courts in all on its spacious grounds, the Tennis Center at Crandon Park is one of the premier
e tennis facilities in the U.S. With a Stadium Court comprised of over 13,000 seats to showcase the event's premium matches, the world-class venue has hosted some of the sport's greatest athletes, and you'll be in attendance to see many in action at the Sony Open Tennis tournament on March 23.
Tennis Center at Crandon Park Seating Information
There are four seating levels available at the main eight-sided stadium. The 100 level lies closest to the court, with sections ranging from 101-132, while the 200 level surrounds only half the court, from Sections 200-224. Up slightly higher is the 300 level, featuring Sections 301-324. The final level, the 400 level, is highest from the courts, and offers Sections 401-424. Note that the venue does not have a roof, and most seating sections will be in direct sunlight for the majority of each day.
Tennis Center at Crandon Park General Information
Children over three years of age require a ticket for entry. Items prohibited at Sony Open Tennis include hard coolers, glass bottles, cans, outside food, noisemaking devices, professional cameras, laptops, signs, banners, and tennis rackets.
Tennis Center at Crandon Park Parking Information
General parking is available near the stadium and can be purchased only on the day you use the parking space. Shuttles then take fans from the lots to the main entrance of Crandon Park, and guests are encouraged to budget in at least a half hour on event days to accommodate for transportation. There may also be VIP parking passes for the lots on the Crandon Park property. View these options by clicking the "Parking" button beneath the seating chart on this page. Overnight parking is not permitted in any venue lots. Parking lots will close two hours after the final match has been completed.
Tennis Center at Crandon Park Gate Times
Attendees usually have access to the stadium one hour before day and evening sessions begin. Fans that purchase day-session passes only will need to leave the stadium once the final match is concluded and will not have access to the stadium during the evening sessions. Unless earlier matches have gone long or been delayed, guests with evening session tickets will typically be able to enter the Crandon Park grounds around 5 p.m. local time.
Tennis Center at Crandon Park Accessibility
Accessible seating is located in the 100- and 400-levels of the stadium, and complimentary accessible parking is available in Lot 2 of Crandon Park for guests who have proper documentation.