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Everything you need to know before you go to Garth Brooks

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

WHAT:    Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood

WHERE: Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena               

WHEN:    November 9-12 & 14, 2017

Tickets

Please double check your tickets to ensure you are attending the correct show.

Door Times

Doors will open 90 minutes prior to each performance. Please arrive two hours before the start of the event to give yourself enough time to get in the venue!

Security & Bag Policy

All guests will be subject to walk-through metal detectors upon entry into the venue.

Large bags, purses and backpacks will NOT be permitted into the Arena. ONLY small clutch bags/purses will be allowed in. Please plan accordingly!

The following items will NOT be allowed inside the venue: audio or video recorders, weapons of any kind, outside food and beverage, laser pointers, animals that are not legitimate service animals, fireworks and artificial noise makers.

If you see something suspicious during your time with us, please say something to one of our security staff members!

Traffic & Parking & Public Transportation

Parking in the Arena parking lots will be limited. As Arena parking lots reach capacity, guests will be directed off-site. Additional Diamond parking lots will be available downtown.

Parking is $15.00 in all Spokane Arena parking lots. Cash and credit cards are accepted.

Expect traffic delays around the Arena on all days but especially Saturday and Sunday. Please plan travel to the Arena accordingly!

If you are not attending one of the Garth Brooks performances, consider avoiding the area immediately around the Spokane Arena.

The Spokane Police Department will direct traffic around the Spokane Arena for each performance. Guests attending one of the 3:00pm performances on Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12 will be directed north after the show as to avoid incoming traffic for the 7:30pm performances.

The taxi, Uber & Lyft drop-off/pick-up zone is located at the SE corner of the Spokane Arena, at the turnout on the corner of Howard and Mallon, across from the Flour Mill.

STA will be running the #1, #27 and #39 buses from the STA Plaza downtown to the Spokane Arena and routes will stay open longer to accommodate guests after the show. STA staff will be on hand at the Plaza to help guests find the right buses and signage will be on display.

BUYER BEWARE!

The only authorized ticket seller for events at the Spokane Arena is TicketsWest, and the only legitimate place to have purchased your Garth Brooks tickets was at www.spokanearena.com/garth or www.ticketswest.com/garth.

If you purchased tickets from any other source other than TicketsWest, you will need to contact the source of your tickets if ANY assistance is required. There is nothing we can help with regarding ticket purchases made outside TicketsWest. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.

Pardon Our Dust!

For the past several months, the Spokane Arena has been hard at work creating and building new amenities and concession experiences on the concourse.

Though some of our concessions locations are still under construction, there will be plenty of food and beverage portables around the concourse for your dining pleasure.

For anyone looking to spice up their concert experience, be sure to check out the new taco stand located at Section 113. This stand will feature authentic street tacos, burritos, gourmet nachos and the best charro beans around!

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