Mainly street parking and a couple spaces behind the building.
There is flat ground entry on Milwaukie Avenue, but sometimes promoters use the back entrance with stairs as the main entrance, so it's important to contact the show promoter ahead of time to make sure that they can open another door for you if needed.
Layout can change from show to show, but it's a small enough space that there's usually somewhere to be safe and see. This can vary based on amount of people present and how high energy the show is.
There are some couches and various chairs and steps to sit on in different rooms.
There is a tiny inaccessible restroom in an inaccessible hallway (narrow with big doorway bumps) and then there's one out in the main hallway that is larger and accessible. There are wide doors to get to the main hallway. Sometimes those doors aren't open, but anyone should be able to open them for you, but if you're locked someone will need to open the door again when you come back into the show room.
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