Enjoy one of the many concerts set to jam onstage at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center this year, including Fall Out Boy and Paramore on Wednesday, July 02, 2014. To help make your concert experience go smoothly, read through the important venue information below and be prepared for an evening of fun.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Seating Information
As the third largest venue in the greater New York area, the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center seats roughly 21,600 people in a completely outdoor amphitheater. Ticketed standing room only is at the front of the venue, with a pit stretching across the length of the stage. Sections 100-102 make up the first row of reserved seating, followed by 200-204 slightly behind it. 301-306 are on the same level as the sound booth, and 400-406 and 500-508 make up the rear of the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. VIP boxes are also scattered throughout the 100, 200, and 300 level sections. In addition to reserved seating, a general admission lawn is available in the back as well.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center General Information
Fans sitting in the lawn for Fall Out Boy and Paramore can bring in blankets and lawn chairs, although they will not be permitted for some larger shows with full capacity. One plastic factory-sealed bottle of water will be allowed along with food in a soft-sided cooler for any guest that wants to bring food in. Cameras will be allowed, but they cannot have professional lenses, and no audio or video recording will be allowed. Concertgoers that also want to attend the theme park located on the grounds can purchase a combo ticket for an additional $14.99 on top of the ticket price, which will give access to both events.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Parking Information
For those driving to see Fall Out Boy and Paramore, parking is available on-site, and is generally included in the price of the concert ticket, but any guest entering the parking lot must show their concert ticket to avoid paying the fees. VIP parking is available for an additional cost and is located near the entrance gates. All of the parking is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Gate Times
The venue typically opens at 3 p.m. local time for evening concerts.
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Accessibility
Accessible parking is available near the main entrance for all shows, but guests must display the signage on their rearview mirror so the attendants know where to direct you. Accessible seating is also available, but please contact guest relations in advance to confirm any details regarding accommodations.