ARLENE SCHNITZER HALL
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Arlene Schnitzer Hall
Arlene Schnitzer Hall TicketsPart of Portland's Center for the Arts, the Arlene Schnitzer Hall is one of the last surviving Broadway theater venues helping to keep prolific live performances in its historic city. Affectionately called "The Schnitz," the hall is housed in a building originally known as the Portland Public Theatre. Along with four other theaters and auditoriums, the Center for the Arts offers more than a thousand dance, lecture, music and theatrical performances in Portland each year. Arlene Schnitzer Hall hosts a wide variety of events including Darcy Lynne, The Oregon Symphony, Amadeus in Concert, Boyz II Men and more. The best Arlene Schnitzer Hall tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Arlene Schnitzer Hall's seating capacity?The concert hall can seat 2,776 which includes upper balcony seating and seating on the lower orchestra level.
Is there parking available at Arlene Schnitzer Hall?While Portland's Center of the Arts doesn't own any parking facilities of its own, there are a few parking options available when you visit the concert hall. There's street parking that's metered until 7 p.m. each day and you'll need to obey the signs for such. You can be on the lookout for signs around the theaters to pay surface lots for parking. There are Smart Park parking garages available near the hall. Available on a first come, first served basis, there are designated accessible parking spaces in on-street parking and nearby parking garages and lots for those with valid DMV disability parking placards or plates.
Is the Arlene Schnitzer Hall accessible by public transportation?The Tri-Net buses that run to and from Portland's City Center have the transmit mall as a destination. The buses that are northbound travel from 6th Avenue through the middle of the city. The buses that are southbound use 5th Avenue. The Antoinette Hatfield Hall and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall are on Broadway at Main Street. Broadway extends one block west of 5th and 6th Avenues. Main Street connects all three of them. Request the stop nearest Main Street on the transit mall for best results. From there, you can walk west on Main Street until you see the "Portland" marquee. The Max trains in the area all stop in the hall's area. If you're planning to use the Blue or Red lines, take the 10th Avenue or Pioneer Place Galleria/Library stops. If you're planning to use the Green, Orange and Yellow lines, take the City Hall/SW Madison stops.
Is Arlene Schnitzer Hall wheelchair-friendly?For guests with mobility needs, there are curbside drop-off zones at the front of the Arlene Schnitzer Hall to allow easy access. The hall has accessible entrances and elevators that operate between the street level and the higher floors. Those wishing to transfer from a vehicle at a drop-off location at the theatre to the seating area can request a complimentary wheelchair from the venue's Coat Checkroom.
What food and drink items are offered at the theater?A nice selection of drinks and snacks can be found at the concessions stations in the lobby and Lower Balcony levels of the hall. Concessions open one hour before the concert and are also open during intermission.
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