Just west of Salt Lake City lies the USANA Amphitheatre, a spacious open-air pavilion surrounded by the Great Salt Lake and the Oquirrh Mountains. Many iconic performers have delighted crowds at this nearly 20,000-capacity venue, and in 2014, Keith Urban will be added to the impressive roster. Before you secure your seats, take note of the information in this USANA Amphitheatre venue guide.
USANA Amphitheatre Seating Information
Nearest to the front of the stage, the venue may offer a small general admission pit area or may replace the 100-level reserved seating area. If offered, the 100-level section will be the closest area to the stage with reserved seating. Immediately following is the 200 level, which is in turn followed by the VIP private boxes, numbered 1-46. The VIP area is followed by the 300 level, which is the final section of reserved seating in the pavilion. Furthest from the stage is the general admission lawn area. Keep in mind that none of the seating at this venue is covered under any roof for Keith Urban.
USANA Amphitheatre General Information
Outside food and beverage are prohibited, as are any coolers or containers. Strollers, umbrellas, recording devices, and lawn chairs will not be allowed inside the venue. Typically personal cameras are allowed, but this may vary depending on the performer. Children three and older will require a ticket for admission.
USANA Amphitheatre Parking Information
Lots typically open at noon local time on the day of the performance. Overnight parking and tailgating are both prohibited. Preferred parking is available for an extra fee on the day of the concert.
USANA Amphitheatre Gate Times
Usually USANA Amphitheatre gates open an hour before the start of an event.
USANA Amphitheatre Accessibility
Accessible seating is located throughout the venue. A drop-off area is located near the venue box office, but accessible parking is also located onsite. It is advisable to get in touch with the USANA Amphitheatre Guest Services department directly if any unique accommodations are needed.