The Spokane Arena opened in September 1995 to rave reviews. Our commitment to the success of our facility is best summed up in the mission statement that we have adopted:
It is our commitment that through teamwork we will operate the Spokane Arena with a continuing effort to provide with pride the highest quality of guest services and a safe, comfortable environment for all events, in a fiscally responsible manner.
We appreciate your interest in our facility and will do whatever we can to make your event successful!
Spokane Arena Information
A Guest Services office is located at the main entrance of the building to provide any assistance necessary. Services include a complementary phone system for guests, assistive listening devices and wheelchairs.
All guests attending events at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena will be required to walk through magnetometers upon entering the building. More commonly referred to as "walk-through metal detectors," the magnetometers will be located at each entrance, including backstage areas. All employees will also be subject to these new security procedures.
To help everyone have a positive experience when coming to an event, we ask that you do the following:
-Bring only essential items needed for the event you are attending.
-Leave ALL weapons at home. Weapons may include firearms, pocketknives, pepper spray, and wallet chains.
-If you bring a camera other than your mobile device, please ensure that it fits within your front pants pocket. No detachable lens cameras will be permitted.
Smoking and E-Cigarettes
The Spokane Arena complies with the Washington Indoor Clean Air Act which prohibits smoking & vaping in all public places as well as 25 feet from any entrance, exit, or ventilation intake at a public place. Because of our compliance of RCW 70.160, the Smoking Court at the Spokane Arena is no longer available.
Guests are not allowed to re-enter the building and/or parking lot after exiting a ticketed event.
The Spokane Arena offers designated seating for disabled persons and their companions in every pricing level for each event. Depending on event or stage configurations, some disabled sections will not be available. Please call 800-325-SEAT and an agent help you with your tickets.
There are 40 accessible parking stalls for cars and vans located in Parking Lot B near the Northeast Main Arena entrance. Anyone using these spaces must display an official state disabled parking permit or license plate.
Entrances and Elevators
For your convenience, push button activated doors are located at the Northeast and Southeast Arena entrances. For most events, please use the Northeast Main Entrance. This will put you on the main Concourse Level. There is an elevator in the Southeast Lobby to transport persons with disabilities to the between the Concourse Level and Event Level.
The Spokane Arena parking lots are operated by Diamond Parking and managed by the Spokane Arena. The regular event parking rate is $6.00 per stall, though certain adjustments are made depending on event or size of vehicle. There are no in-out privileges for vehicles during an event.
For your additional convenience Premier Parking is now available for $10 near the Spokane Arena Main Entrance, please ask the parking attendant on duty for details when you arrive.
Lots are cash only at this time.
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