Take I-80 to WA-281, then turn left onto Beverly Burke Rd. Next, take a right onto Baseline Rd., and when it ends, turn right onto Silica Rd., which ends at the Amphitheatre.
Signs or parking staff will direct you to a spot. There's accessible parking at the front gate. The lot usually opens at noon, but the time may vary. Overnight parking isn't allowed, but there is a campground. If you want to park close to the main gates and get in and out even faster, STAR parking costs $30.00 USD per vehicle.
Public transportation is not available to get you to the Gorge.
Starting any time after noon on the day of a show, you can camp for up to 24 hours (or until noon following a multi-day event). 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. are quiet hours. Depending on the length of shows, camping costs vary from $40.00 to $125.00 USD, and spaces are on a first-come, first-served basis. No fires on the ground, but you can use a grill. Alcohol is only okay in your own space, not in public places or on paths. No large parties or pets.
On the day of a show, you can pick up will call tickets during box office hours. You'll need to bring valid ID, your confirmation number, and the credit card you used for the purchase.
There are ATMs in the venue.
Alcohol isn't allowed in public areas or on open paths, but you can buy beer and wine in the venue to take to your seat.
You can bring in food in clear bags that are a gallon or less. School-type backpacks are okay. All bags may be searched.
Professional cameras and recording devices aren't allowed.
All ages are welcome. Kids under 2 don't need a ticket for general admission, but everyone needs a ticket for reserved seating.
There are concession stands in the Amphitheatre.
If you need accessible seating, make sure to request it when you buy your ticket. In reserved seating, you can also buy up to 4 companion tickets, and your companions can ask for folding chairs. Ask a staff member for help. There's no assigned accessible seating in general admission, but you can ask guest services and they'll send you to the accessible section of the lawn. If you need help getting to your section, a special vehicle can take you as near as possible.
Service animals are allowed.
You'll have access to ambulance service and emergency personnel at the venue if you need it.
You can bring in food in clear bags that are a gallon or smaller, and each person can bring one factory-sealed water bottle that's 20 ounces or less. Small, soft, personal coolers are okay.
Gates will open around 2 hours before an event.
No alcohol can be brought into the venue. Elevated lounge chairs, laser pointers, and empty food/drink containers are also not allowed. No professional cameras or recording devices of any kind.
There are restrooms at the venue and near the campgrounds.
Gorge Amphitheatre can fit 23,000 guests.
Please don't smoke as a courtesy to other guests.
Alcohol isn't allowed in the parking lot. For some events, tailgating may be allowed.
The box office opens 1.5 hours before the main gates.