The Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena was designed and constructed in compliance with all Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. It is our commitment to provide a safe, comfortable environment for each guest to enjoy their experience at the Spokane Arena. Please call the Spokane Arena at 509.279.7000 to request information about disability accessibility. If you require disabled seating accommodations, be sure to communicate your special needs to the ticket agent.
The Spokane Arena offers designated seating for disabled persons and their companions in every pricing level for each event. Depending on event or stage configurations, some disabled sections will not be available.
Disabled areas are identified on event seating maps with the wheelchair icon:
Every concession and merchandise stand is equipped with sections of 34" high counters for convenient use by guests in wheelchairs. The Spokane Arena has Assistive Listening Devices available at Guest Assistance located near the Northeast Main Entrance. There are four accessible drinking fountains on the Concourse level and one on the Event Level.
There are 40 accessible parking stalls for cars and vans located in Parking Lot B near the Northeast Main Arena entrance. Anyone using these spaces must display an official state disabled parking permit or license plate.
There are additional accessible spaces in Lot F south of the Spokane Arena. There are passenger loading zones on Howard Street that serve both the Event and Concourse Levels. Click here for map
All public restrooms are accessible. There are five "family" restrooms provided to accommodate disabled individuals with a companion. These also serve adults with small children requiring assistance.
For your convenience, push button activated doors are located at the Northeast and Southeast Arena entrances. For most events, please use the Northeast Main Entrance. This will put you on the main Concourse Level. There is an elevator in the Southeast Lobby to transport persons with disabilities to the between the Concourse Level and Event Level.
If an event is sold out, all disabled seating will be available for purchase to the public. If the show is not sold out, tickets in disabled seating areas will be available for general public purchase up to 1/2 hour before the event. If you need disabled seating accommodations, be sure to communicate your special needs to the ticket agent.
If you have questions, suggestions, comments or require additional information, please call the Spokane Arena at 509.279.7000.