Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Stage AE is a multi-purpose indoor/outdoor venue. Modeled on EXPRESS LIVE! in Columbus Ohio, Stage AE consists of an indoor music hall, an indoor club and an outdoor amphitheater. This presents opportunities to book world-famous musical acts all year long, such as Death Cab for Cutie, Sheila E and Flogging Molly. The venue's name derives from American Eagle Outfitters, the popular apparel company that purchased the venue's naming rights in 2010. The venue's owners include a local real estate company and the Pittsburgh Steelers. A third party oversees production and the booking of talent. Stage AE cost $13 million to build and has a total capacity of roughly 5,500 outdoor lawn seats, 2,400 indoor music hall seats and 500 club seats. Score premium Stage AE tickets today at StubHub.
Is there on-site parking for Stage AE events?
No, there is not. However, the venue is conveniently situated within walking distance of several parking lots and garages.
Can you get to Stage AE events by public transportation?
Yes, you can. The 12, 31 and 8 buses all have stops near Stage AE, traveling to the neighborhood from various popular retail landmarks within Pittsburgh, such as Panera Bread, Macy's and Starbucks.
Can you bring cameras, video cameras and recording devices to Stage AE events?
Generally, professional cameras, cameras with detachable lenses and flash cameras are prohibited inside the venue. Each artist sets her/his own guidelines, and some even allow audience members to use no-flash and/or disposable cameras as well as cell phones. Phone the venue to confirm these guidelines for specific events.
Do children need tickets for Stage AE seating?
Stage AE seating is free for children under three years of age. Stage AE seating does not include special seats, or booster seats, for children. You must keep your child seated in your lap throughout the event. Stage AE recommends that you bring adequate ear protection for any children who accompany you to Stage AE events.
Is there Stage AE seating for wheelchair users?
Yes, seating at Stage AE is accessible to wheelchair users as is the entire venue. The ADA-compliant seating is typically at the front of the house (FOH). The ADA seating offers great views of the stage and over the crowd. Plus, wheelchair users get to enter via the ADA entrance near the box office, which doubles as the VIP entrance. There is also an on-site elevator.
Does the show begin at the time printed on Stage AE tickets?
No, the time printed on your ticket indicates when the house doors open to ticket holders who wish to be seated. Most Stage AE events are general admission with seating rows and numbers printed on each ticket merely for tracking and reference. General admission/standing room means you can sit wherever, so it might be best to arrive extra early if you long to be close to the stage. On most nights, the performing artists begin playing approximately one hour after the house's doors open.Back to Top
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