UIC Pavilion

Phone Number: (312) 413-5700
Parking & Transportation:

Parking garages with accessible spots and limited street parking spots.

Stairs – Other/Details:

Disabled guests can enter through any door, and then use an elevator inside to get where they need to go.

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

Typical arena accessible sections


Arena style seating with general admission (not seated) floor

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the men's/women's restrooms
Additional Comments:

The venue's website says: "The UIC Pavilion is ADA accessible. A person with disabilities can enter at any door, and will have the use of the elevator depending on what kind of event or seat they have. For general admission events such as commencements, guests that require a wheelchair are advised to stay at the top of any open section on the mezzanine for their own safety. If a patron has a main floor general admission concert ticket, they are advised to use the elevators on the East end of the building to access the floor. We also have wheelchairs available for rent to people who need them, free of charge. The guest needs to have a photo ID to be able to take the wheelchair around the building. All we ask is that at the end of the event, the guest brings it back to claim their ID. The Pavilion offers wheelchair-accessible and companion seating on event by event basis. Event basis, wheelchair-accessible seating is available at the box office on event day and through Ticketmaster online. Guests with wheelchairs may make arrangements prior to arrival by calling (312) 413-5700 and asking for the guest service coordinator."

This Information Is Current As Of: February 27, 2018
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