Still cameras are allowed for basketball and hockey games, but policies vary for concerts. Recording devices are never allowed.
There's a variety of fare available at various concessions throughout the arena.
Verizon Center offers acessibility for disabled persons, and there is always an Accessibility Coordinator at each event.
Integrated ADA-accessible seating is available on every level. To purchase seats, call the Accessible Seating and Services office by phone or TTY. There's also a TTY ticket booth at the main entrance.
No outside food or beverage is allowed in the Verizon Center. There's a large selection of restaurant options in the surrounding area, as well as concession stands in the Verizon Arena.
There is no smoking anywhere inside the Verizon center. Smokers must have their hand stamped prior to exiting the building to be allowed re-entry, which must occur through the main F Street entrance.
The main box office and will call windows can be found on F St. NW. It's open Monday - Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Eastern time, and closed on non-event Sundays. On event days, the box office stays open 1.5 hours after the event starts.
Will call opens 1.5 hours before the show. You can also pick up will call tickets during regular box office hours.