Tacoma Dome

This Information Is Current As Of: May 2023
Phone Number: 253-272-3663
Venue Email: info@tacomadome.org
Parking & Transportation: Note: Park at your own risk. Obey any local parking signage. Check with the venue for the most up to date information.

First come, first served accessible parking in onsite lots K and E. E has multiple van spots. Drop off easiest on D Street in cut-outs or E 27th Street. Parking fills early for large shows and drop-off becomes challenging as traffic increases closer to door time.

Bag Policy: Bags may only be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC, sized 12"x6"x12" or smaller
Jump the Line: No, disabled patrons are not allowed in first or early
Jump the Line – Other:

Early entry is not allowed, but the Lower NW entry is an accessible entry that typically has a shorter line for guests with mobility needs or other disabilities that make waiting in line difficult.

Stairs: Yes, there are stairs, but there's a ramp Yes, there are stairs, but there's an elevator Yes, there are stairs, but there's an alternate entrance without stairs
Stairs – Other/Details:

Lower NW entrance is a flat entrance on the floor level with quick access to the elevator for upper level seating. All other entrances are ramps that enter on the concourse level. The venue is located on a steep hill that can be challenging.

Is There A Designated Accessible Seating Area? Yes, there's an accessible seating area
Accessible Seating Area Details

All accessible seating areas have full view of the stage unless otherwise noted. No rules or restrictions, just attest that accessible seats are required.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it

Seating in accessible areas are padded chairs with no arm rests that will be removed by an usher if the guest uses a wheelchair.

Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

Interpreters available on request by calling or emailing the venue at least 3 weeks in advance. Can usually be arranged closer to the event, but not guaranteed. Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) are available by request by calling or emailing the venue, but are not ideal for concerts.

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the male gender/women gender restrooms Yes, there's a single family/accessible/gender neutral restroom
Restrooms – Other/Details:

Accessible stalls in all restrooms and one family/accessible/gender neutral restroom on both levels. When portable restrooms are brought in to supplement, accessible portable restrooms are brought in as well.

Additional Comments:

Sensory bags can be checked out at the Guest Services Desk.

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