Since its grand opening in 1952, the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum has served as a central source of entertainment, culture and art for the Indiana tri-state area. Located in Fort Wayne, the Allen County Memorial Coliseum is a multi-use arena home to the Fort Wayne Komets of the East Coast Hockey League as well as the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA G-League. The arena has also hosted several conventions as well as music acts, including The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Aerosmith and Alan Jackson. To see the best events passing through Indianapolis, purchase your Allen County Memorial Coliseum Arena tickets at StubHub.
What is the seating capacity at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum?
The Allen County Memorial Coliseum Arena seating capacity is 13,000. Having recently undergone major renovations, the venue now provides visitors with more comfortable seating and better accessibility for event attendees with disabilities. The coliseum also offers 24 luxurious suites and Club Seats, which are located in a relaxing lounge area and feature leather chairs and access to food and beverage service.
Is there parking on site?
For those attending Allen County Memorial Coliseum events, you will have access to 5,500 parking spaces at the venue. If you need to purchase a parking space at the venue, keep in mind that the parking booth employees can only accept cash.
Is the Allen County Memorial Coliseum Arena wheelchair friendly?
The coliseum is a wheelchair-friendly venue. It offers wheelchair-accessible parking in front of the main building, wheelchair-accessible and companion seating, wheelchair-accessible restroom stalls and wheelchair storage. The venue also has a limited number of wheelchairs available for guests attending events.
Can I take photographs or record videos during the event?
The use of cameras and recording devices varies according to each performer and event. In general, phone cameras and small cameras without detachable lenses are permitted. Cameras with detachable lenses are typically considered professional equipment and are prohibited by the arena. Audio and video recording equipment is not typically allowed.
Do I need a sitter or can I bring the little ones along?
Each event creates its own policies regarding age restrictions. For most family shows, children younger than a year are free with an adult paid admission. However, sporting events and concert age requirements vary. Parents unsure of the age appropriateness of an event or if their children need their own tickets are encouraged to call the venue directly to inquire.Back to Top
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