There is very little parking in the area. What is there is all street parking that costs money. But the train station is only a few blocks from the venue.
Disabled fans are let in after VIP and anyone else with early entry.
It is flat to get inside, but then there are stairs to get to all levels of the building, but there is an elevator. There are an additional six more stairs to go down to the main floor. Balcony is accessible by elevator.
The balcony is the designated ADA area, but if you choose to sit on the floor, staff will usually do their best to accommodate you and get you in a safe place where you can still see. Abled people are allowed in the balcony as well. There are two rows of stationary chairs in the balcony that are roped off for ADA seating. However, there are VIP boxes in front of these chairs. If you cannot stand during the show, the patrons in these boxes completely obstruct the view.
Technically accessible, but hard to fit a wheelchair
The elevator is tiny and can really only fit one person, especially if they're in a chair. Manual wheelchairs are hard to squeeze in, and power chairs may not be possible depending their size.
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