Address: 89 South Street NY, New York 10038
There is only street parking or parking garages in the area, nothing immediately next to Pier 17.
By public transportation, you can get to the venue by subway lines - A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5 [Fulton Street] and E [Chambers Street-World Trade Center] or by the ferry to Pier 11/Wall Street. Walk north along the water until you get to the Pier 17.
Or by bus: Directions from M15, QM11, QM25, X15: Get off at Water Street and John Street. Walk toward the water on John Street until you get to the Seaport District. Directions from X8, X14, QM7, QM8, BM1, BM2, BM3, BM4: Get off at Water Street and Maiden Lane. Walk toward the water on Maiden Lane until you get to the Seaport District.
ADA patrons will be escorted via elevator through the VIP/Staff entrance.
Disabled guests are able to take an elevator right to the top of the building, where the venue space is. Otherwise, there are stairs and escalators.
Pier 17 has a fenced off section with folding chairs and space for wheelchairs to the front-left side of the stage. Seating in this area is first come first serve for disabled guests. This section is also combined with a "VIP" section but only disabled fans with a wristband obtained from the box office can sit in the seats. Disabled fans MUST have a wristband to access this area.
The view is fantastic and unobstructed from this spot. There is also a separate bar in this area with shorter lines.
The website says: "To purchase ADA-accessible seating, please call the Box Office at 212-571-0910" - you can alert them beforehand to your need for access, or speak to the Box Office upon arrival at the venue.
Listening devices can be picked up at the Box Office.
Water fountains are near the restrooms on the fourth floor. Food available for sale on site.
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