MESA AMPHITHEATRE
FAQ

The Mesa Amphitheatre is an Outdoor Venue

Rain or Shine

All Attendees Must Have a Ticket

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COVID Protocols

The City of Mesa has reopened to the public.
Although face coverings are optional at City of Mesa facilities, we encourage visitors to continue to exercise precautions, including getting  vaccinated, wearing masks if unvaccinated and staying at home when not feeling well. Additionally, we will continue to maintain enhanced cleaning practices and provide hand sanitizer at all City of Mesa buildings. Masks are still mandatory for public transportation, per federal regulations.

The City of Mesa continues to monitor pending litigation and recent executive orders involving the ability of municipalities to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Governor Doug Ducey's Executive Order 2021-09 precludes municipalities from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination status to enter any building, including Mesa-owned and operated venues such as the Mesa Amphitheater and Mesa Arts Center. We are actively monitoring the course of the pandemic in Arizona as we strive to balance public safety and the services we provide to residents, businesses, employees and visitors.


For Everyone’s Enjoyment and Safety, the Following Rules Will Be Enforced
Not Permitted:
Outside Food or Beverage
Alcohol
Illegal Substances
Seating, Blankets, Towels or Umbrellas
Weapons of Any Kind
Professional Cameras / Audio Recording Devices
Backpacks
Bags or Purses That Are Not Clear
Animals
Re-Entry Upon Exit

There is no on-site storage for unauthorized bags or items.  Please do not bring any of these items with you.


Permitted:
One Sealed Bottle of Water per Person, up to 20 oz.
Clear Bags (Refer to Clear Bag Policy, below)

ALL GUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH AND/OR METAL DETECTION SCREENING
 
Clear Bag Policy
The Mesa Amphitheatre has a clear bag policy as follows:

Approved Clear Bags :
A clear plastic or vinyl PVC bag that does not exceed 12" X 6" X 12"
(such as a Ziploc or Hefty bag).

All bags will be inspected by security upon entry.
(Exceptions will be made for approved medical bags or equipment, which will be inspected by security prior to entering.)

Accessibility   
The Mesa Amphitheatre strives to reasonably accommodate the special needs of the patrons who attend events at our facility.
If you have special needs and require a reasonable accommodation, please feel free to contact us directly at (480) 644-2560.

Seating Guide
The Mesa Amphitheatre is a general admission venue with a tiered lawn for seating, unless otherwise stated.
There are no fixed seats, unless otherwise stated.


Directions and Parking
The Mesa Amphitheatre is located at 263 N Center Street on the southeast corner of University Drive and Center Street in Downtown Mesa,
on the Mesa Convention Center Campus (google map: https://goo.gl/maps/iP1o8sdvftqY3PHv8 ).
Main Street & Center Light rail Station is 1/3 mile south of the Mesa Amp, approximately an 8 minute walk.
Free (limited) and Paid ($10/car) on-site parking are available.

Gates and End Times
The entry gates for General Admission are generally scheduled to open at 1 1/2 hours prior to show time.

VIP Early Entry times are based on the VIP package purchased, when applicable.  Refer to your VIP package email for early entry time(s) and instructions.
All shows will conclude by 10pm, in accordance with the City of Mesa curfew on amplified sound.

Concessions and Alcohol
Concessions are Available
Alcohol served with ID



SPEC SHEET LINKS
Technical Information

Amphitheatre Rigging Grid

Backstage Layout

Concert Application Form

Rental Rates