Arlene Schnitzer Hall

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Directions

From I-5 south or I-84 West:
Take I-5 to the City Center/Oregon City exit, then follow signs towards City Center. After crossing the Morrison Bridge, follow SW Washington 5 blocks to Broadway, then turn left. Continue 6 blocks to Main St., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on the right with the large "Portland" marquee on it.


From I-5 north:
Take I-5 to I-405 West, then get off at the Salmon St. exit. Turn right onto SW Salmon St., continue 7 blocks east to SW Park Ave., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on your right after the Park blocks.


From Hwy. 26 east (Sunset Hwy.):
Go through the Vista Ridge Tunnel, then get into the center lane. Take the Market St./City Center exit and continue on SW Market to 10th Ave. Turn left on 10th Ave., continue to Salmon St., then turn right. Continue to SW Park Ave., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on your right after the Park blocks.


From Hwy. 26 west (Ross Island Bridge)/ Hwy. 99 east (McLoughlin Blvd.):
Once you get off the Ross Island Bridge, follow signs for Hwy. 26/Naito Pkwy. (Front Ave.), then turn right onto Front/Naito at the stop signal. Continue 6 blocks to SW Taylor St., then turn left. Continue on Taylor for 7 blocks until you reach Broadway, then turn left. Continue 2 blocks until you reach Main St., and Schnitzer Concert Hall is the building with the large "Portland" marquee on it.

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Parking

There are plenty of parking options for you to choose from that are close to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall. They include street metered parking (please make sure you follow metered parking guidelines to avoid ticketing), Smart Park garages, and pay lots that are marked with signs.

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Transportation

All Tri-Met buses going into the Portland City Center come together on the transit mall. Buses going north travel on 6th Ave. through the center of town, and buses going south travel on 5th Ave.
To get to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall and Antoinette Hatfield Hall, ask the bus driver to drop you off at the stop that is closest to Main St. on the transit mall. The two venues are located on Broadway, at Main St., so once you get off the bus, you'll walk west on Main St. until you see the "Portland" marquee.


If you're taking the train to the show, you'll be glad to know that all MAX trains stop close to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall. If you're on the red or blue lines, get off at the Pioneer Place or 10th Ave. Galleria/Library stops. If you're on the green or yellow lines, get off at the City Hall/SW Madison stops.


If you need more information about riding MAX or the Portland streetcar, please visit www.trimet.org.

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Directions to Arlene Schnitzer Hall

From I-5 south or I-84 West:
Take I-5 to the City Center/Oregon City exit, then follow signs towards City Center. After crossing the Morrison Bridge, follow SW Washington 5 blocks to Broadway, then turn left. Continue 6 blocks to Main St., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on the right with the large "Portland" marquee on it.


From I-5 north:
Take I-5 to I-405 West, then get off at the Salmon St. exit. Turn right onto SW Salmon St., continue 7 blocks east to SW Park Ave., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on your right after the Park blocks.


From Hwy. 26 east (Sunset Hwy.):
Go through the Vista Ridge Tunnel, then get into the center lane. Take the Market St./City Center exit and continue on SW Market to 10th Ave. Turn left on 10th Ave., continue to Salmon St., then turn right. Continue to SW Park Ave., and Schnitzer Concert Hall will be the building on your right after the Park blocks.


From Hwy. 26 west (Ross Island Bridge)/ Hwy. 99 east (McLoughlin Blvd.):
Once you get off the Ross Island Bridge, follow signs for Hwy. 26/Naito Pkwy. (Front Ave.), then turn right onto Front/Naito at the stop signal. Continue 6 blocks to SW Taylor St., then turn left. Continue on Taylor for 7 blocks until you reach Broadway, then turn left. Continue 2 blocks until you reach Main St., and Schnitzer Concert Hall is the building with the large "Portland" marquee on it.

Parking near Arlene Schnitzer Hall

There are plenty of parking options for you to choose from that are close to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall. They include street metered parking (please make sure you follow metered parking guidelines to avoid ticketing), Smart Park garages, and pay lots that are marked with signs.

Transportation to Arlene Schnitzer Hall

All Tri-Met buses going into the Portland City Center come together on the transit mall. Buses going north travel on 6th Ave. through the center of town, and buses going south travel on 5th Ave.
To get to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall and Antoinette Hatfield Hall, ask the bus driver to drop you off at the stop that is closest to Main St. on the transit mall. The two venues are located on Broadway, at Main St., so once you get off the bus, you'll walk west on Main St. until you see the "Portland" marquee.


If you're taking the train to the show, you'll be glad to know that all MAX trains stop close to the Arlene Schnitzer Hall. If you're on the red or blue lines, get off at the Pioneer Place or 10th Ave. Galleria/Library stops. If you're on the green or yellow lines, get off at the City Hall/SW Madison stops.


If you need more information about riding MAX or the Portland streetcar, please visit www.trimet.org.

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