White River Amphitheatre

White River Amphitheatre
40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road
Auburn, Washington 98092

(360) 825-6200
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Venue Details  -  A to Z guide

UPCOMING SHOWS:

Wed., June 3, 2020  7:00PM         ALANIS MORISSETTE, GARBAGE, LIZ PHAIR

Sat., Aug. 15, 2020  7:00PM          MAROON 5, MEGHAN TRAINOR

Fri., Sept. 4, 2020  8:00PM            THE BLACK CROWES PRESENT: SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER

Sat., Sept. 5, 2020  7:00PM           THE DOOBIE BROTHERS - 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR

For more venue-related details please refer to the "A-Z Guide".

Items Never Allowed:

Items Allowed (Subject to Change Per Event):

List may vary per event; please contact the venue weekdays between 10am-5pm at 360-825-6200 and press 0 to reach our receptionist to inquire about Day of Show Allowed/Prohibited items.

LOCAL TRAFFIC

Local traffic can be heavy and slow-moving prior to and after events. Allow yourself extra travel time, plan to travel alternate routes to and from the venue (see "Driving Directions" in the A-Z Guide), and check for the latest local traffic alerts. Please follow the instructions given by police and Amphitheatre parking staff and please be respectful of our neighbors' properties.

Please Note:  Other events occurring in towns near the White River Amphitheatre will contribute to heavy traffic congestion, significant delays and very slow travel on SR 164/Auburn-Enumclaw Road and adjacent roadways.  Please allow plenty of driving time to the venue and consider taking alternative routes.

FREE SHUTTLES

AUBURN OUTLET COLLECTION MALL SHUTTLE SERVICE:

At select shows only, local shuttles from Auburn to The White River Amphitheatre will also be available for concert-goers at no charge. Shuttles pick up and drop off guests at the Outlet Collection (formerly The Auburn Supermall) parking lot behind the Red Robin Restaurant, 1101 Outlet Collection Way, Auburn, WA. Parking at the Outlet Collection is also free.

When shuttles are available, information on departure times and return trips will be posted below the show dates listed above.  For more specific information about the shuttle pickup location and parking at the Outlet Collection, please call the White River Amphitheatre at 360-825-6200, and press "0" to reach the reception desk during business hours -- 10AM-4PM.

DROP-OFF - PICK UP ZONE

A safe zone for picking up and dropping off guests can be accessed via Highway Gate 3 from SR164/Auburn-Enumclaw Road.  Several taxi companies service the venue; rideshare and private vehicles are welcome to drop guests off and pick them up at this location.  If you are picking up guests after a show, please plan to be parked in place no later than 10:45pm, and follow the instructions of police and our traffic control personnel when entering and exiting the venue.

WHEEL CHAIR & MOBILITY RENTALS

Available from Wheels for Feet, for more information, please visit their website athttp://www.wheelsforfeet.com.

WEATHER

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White River Amphitheater

   The White River Amphitheater is an outstanding outdoor live music venue, in Auburn, Washington. It has a capacity of 16,000 and hosts many tours and live acts throughout the summer months. On a clear day the venue provides a wonderful view of Mt. Rainier. 

 

The Venue was built by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe as a gift to everyone who appreciates and enjoys live music. The White River Amphitheatre is located on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation in Auburn, WA.

The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is a federally recognized Indian tribe whose membership is composed of descendants of the Duwamish and Upper Puyallup people who inhabited Central Puget Sound for thousands of years before non-Indian settlement.  The Tribe’s name is derived from the native name for the prairie on which the Muckleshoot Reservation was established.  Following the Reservation’s establishment in 1857, the Tribe and its members came to be known as Muckleshoot, rather than by the historic tribal names of their Duwamish and Upper Puyallup ancestors.  Today, the United States recognizes the Muckleshoot Tribe as a tribal successor to the Duwamish and Upper Puyallup bands from which the Tribe’s membership descends.

To learn more about the Muckleshoot Tribe, please visit http://www.muckleshoot.nsn.us/about-us/overview.aspx


 

 

 

 

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    Address

     40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road SE, Auburn, WA  98092

    Alcohol

    White River Amphitheatre offers a wide variety of alcoholic beverages for purchase during your time at the venue. You are not permitted to bring any alcoholic beverages into the venue.  A valid and current Driver's License, State ID card, Military/Merchant Marine ID, Tribal ID card or passport from any nation with a photo of the bearer is required to purchase alcohol; guests will be required to show ID every time they purchase.

    All Access Passes

    All Access passes or Backstage Passes are not available for purchase. Visit www.livenation.com to view any VIP packages that may involve a meet and greet or additional access. The venue box office does not sell any meet and greet, backstage or venue passes.

    Animals - Service

    Service animals are permitted inside the venue during events. Only registered working animals are permitted.

    ATMs

    We have multiple ATM's on site located throughout the Plazas.

    Automobile Assistance

    If any assistance is needed with your vehicle, please contact your normal Emergency Assistance provider. White River Amphitheatre does not have tow or lockout services on site. Emergency assistance vehicles are permitted on property to assist with lockouts, jumps or tows, but the guest will need to arrange for such services.

    Bag Inspections

    All bags are subject to search upon entry. Guests have the right to refuse a bag search and the venue has the right to refuse entry. If you have any items that are not allowed into the venue, please return them to your vehicle. Bags must not be larger than 16"x 16"x 8".

    Banners and Signs

    Signs larger than 8.5" x 11" are not permitted into the venue. This size is a standard sheet of paper. We do not allow in banners or signs that are larger than this due to the potential to block other guests' view of the performance. All signs must be appropriate in nature and not be a distraction to the artist.

    Bicycle Parking

    Bike racks are located near the Box Office. All bikes must be removed by the end of the event. White River Amphitheatre is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen bicycles.

    Box Office

    The box office is located by the main gates and is open on show days only, at approximately the same time the parking lots open. All tickets can be purchased online in advance at www.livenation.com or www.ticketmaster.com.

    The Box Office is open ONLY on event days.

    Bus Parking

    Busses are considered an oversized vehicle but will not be charged for parking if they will remain on site during the event. Busses dropping off guests can leave the parking lot and return 45 minutes prior to the end of the event with no additional charge. King County Sheriff's Office & WRA Parking Staff will be on site assisting in the bus lot to ensure all guests on busses are acting appropriately and within accordance of the law.

    Camera Policy

    SUBJECT TO CHANGE - The standard venue policy allows camera phones, disposable cameras, and small digital cameras. Any camera that has a detachable lens will be considered professional and not allowed in. If the camera lens zooms out of the camera more than 1 inch, it will be considered a professional camera and will not be allowed in. Some artists do not permit cameras so please check with the venue about the show you will be attending to ensure that cameras are allowed.  Video recording devices are not allowed.

    Camping

    The venue does not allow camping or overnight parking of any kind.

    Cancellation Policy

    Cancellations will only occur in the event of severe weather, artist cancellation, or an act of God. In the event of a cancellation, local media will be notified and any information about a potential reschedule will be made available. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase.

    Cannabis/Marijuana

    Smoking or vaping of marijuana/cannabis products is not allowed at the White River Amphitheatre. According to Washington State Law, smoking/vaping/consumption of marijuana/cannabis products is illegal in public and in view of the public, including at our concert venue. It is also illegal on all Federal land and some Indian reservation land, including the White River Amphitheatre.

    Cell Phones

    Generally cell phones are permitted in the venue. On occasion, at the request of the artists, at comedy shows in particular, cell phone usage may not be allowed.

    Children

    All of our events are all ages. Children 2 and under do not require a ticket, but must sit on a parent's lap.

    Conceal and Carry

    White River Amphitheatre does not allow weapons on our property.  Guests should follow all applicable laws regarding securing a weapon in a vehicle if they have it on them when they arrive. The venue will not secure weapons and will take no responsibility for any weapons left in vehicles.

    Concessions

    White River Amphitheatre offers a wide variety of concession options through the venue. This includes cheeseburgers, hot dogs, nachos, pretzels, candy, popcorn, fountain soda (Pepsi Products), water, and Red Bull.

    Concessions are located throughout the venue.

    Contact Information

    Venue Phone number – 360-825-6200

    Venue Email – WRAReceptionist@livenation.com

    Venue Address - 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Rd. SE, Auburn, WA  98092

    Mailing Address - Same as above

    Credit / Debit Cards

    All main concession stands take Visa/ MasterCard / Discover and American Express. Smaller stands and portable concessions may be cash only. See the "ATMs" section for locations on site. All merchandise stands take all major credit cards.

    Designated Driver

    Our concessionaire offers free fountain sodas to guests that commit to be the designated driver for their party. For more information, please visit our Main Gate Guest Services booth.

    Drinking Water

    Each guest is permitted to bring in one (1) factory sealed bottle of water up to 20 oz. in size. This policy is subject to change based on artist requests or safety considerations.  Empty aluminum bottles or refillable plastic water bottles are permitted. Camelbacks are not permitted.

    Free water refill stations are located in the Main Plaza outside the Security Building. Water fountains are located outside all restroom buildings.

    Driving Directions

    From the North:

    From Seattle/Bellevue/Eastside area:
    I-405 South to SR 169/Maple Valley Hwy (Exit 4)
    Travel SR 169 South through towns of Maple Valley and Black Diamond to SE 400th Street (approx 22.5 miles).
    Right onto SE 400th to SR 164
    Left onto SR 164 South; venue is on the right.

    From Tacoma/Kitsap Peninsula area:
    I-5 to Puyallup/River Road (Exit 135)
    SR 167 through Puyallup to SR 410 East
    Travel SR 410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx. 15 miles)
    Left onto 244 th Ave SE to SR 164-(turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River).
    Left onto SR 164
    Venue is 5 miles on left.

    From the South:
    I-5 to SR 512 (Exit 127)
    SR512 to SR 410 East
    Travel SR410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx. 15 miles).
    Left onto 244th Ave SE to SR 164 (turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River).
    Left onto SR 164
    Venue is 5 miles on left.

    Traffic is often very congested and significant delays can be expected when traveling to and from the venue on Auburn Way and Auburn-Enumclaw Road/State Route 164. Detour routes to the Southeast (toward Enumclaw, Maple Valley or Buckley) are strongly advised.

    Drop Offs

    A safe drop off area is located inside the main entrance, Gate 3. Please let the parking staff know that you are dropping someone off and they will direct you. Guests cannot remain in their vehicles during the event - they must drop off passengers, then return 45 minutes prior to the end of the show. If the driver has not returned to the venue drop-off area within 45 minutes of the end of the event, they may not be allowed to enter until the majority of cars have exited the parking lot. Local law enforcement may shut down all incoming traffic and only allow traffic to exit the venue.

    Emergency

    In the event of an emergency while on site, White River Amphitheatre has trained paramedics to assist with any medical issues. The First Aid Station is located near Venue Gate 5, but any staff member with a radio can dispatch First Aid to the location needed. Local law enforcement officers are also on site for every event and can assist if needed or requested. Venue management works closely with all appropriate emergency agencies and services to ensure that we are up to date on any dangerous weather or potential crowd-related issues. In the event of a weather emergency, we will communicate with guests that are inside of the facility as well as guests on their way to the venue. Please follow our Facebook page for the latest developments on event days.

    Employment Opportunities

    If you are interested in working for the venue, please apply online: https://www.livenationentertainment.com/careers/seasonal/.

    Entrance Gates

    There are a total of 3 patron entrance gates to the facility. The Main Entrance Gate and Gate 2 are available for use regardless of the ticket type. The Eagle VIP Club has a separate entry, located at Gate 4. All guests using this gate must be Eagle Club/VIP guests and have the appropriate ticket.

    Event Listing

    A complete listing of events can be found at www.livenation.com.

    Fan Assistance

    If you need assistance while at an event, please visit our Guest Services booth located inside the Main Gate.

    Fan Mail

    White River Amphitheatre will do our best to get any fan mail sent to the venue to the appropriate parties. We cannot guarantee that any package or letter will be given to an artist. We recommend visiting the artist’s website and sending any items to their designated address. We are not responsible for returning anything that is sent to the venue for an artist.

    Fast Lane

    For select events, guests can purchase Fast Lane passes via www.livenation.com for each event. The Fast Lane passes do not permit the guest to enter any earlier than the designated gate time, however it does have a shorter line. Fast Lane Gates are located at the Main Gate.

    Gate Times

    Parking lots will generally open two hours prior to our scheduled door time. Door times vary, but are usually one hour prior to show time. Please check the specific event page as these times are subject to change. Please do not attempt to enter the parking lots or plaza any earlier than the designated times as you will be turned around and told to return when parking or the venue is open.

    Group Ticket Sales

              For group ticket sales, contact the venue box office at 360-825-6200.

    Guest Conduct

    Guests are expected to behave respectfully and in accordance with venue policy, state and local laws. Any guest that is acting in a manner that venue management deems unsafe can be subject to eviction. If a guest violates a state or local law, he or she will be subject to any citations or punishment deemed necessary by local law enforcement.

    Guests with Disabilities

    White River Amphitheatre strives to ensure that all of our guests have a great time at our venue. If you need additional assistance while you are here, please make sure you let us know.

    • Ticketing - ADA tickets can be purchased online via www.livenation.com. You do not need to call the box office to place an order as all of our accessible tickets are available through www.livenation.com. Look for the  logo on the Find Tickets page to view all available accessible seats. We do have accessible seating in every price range, but be advised it does often sell out. We have very limited seating available for guests on the day of the event so please make sure you purchase accessible seating when you purchase your tickets.
    • Day of Show Parking - Accessible parking is located in paved lots close to the venue gates. Let the parking staff know that you need accessible parking and they will direct you to the appropriate lot. Please display your ADA hangtag/placard and be advised that accessible parking is limited. 
    • Accessible Seating Upgrades Day of Show - If you have questions or need assistance, we have guest service employees to help answer questions related to seating or other accommodations. Please inquire at Main Gate Guest Services or at the entrances to the accessible seating areas.
    • Unexpected Needs - If you have had an injury or illness that prevents you from using the seat you originally purchased, we strongly recommend going through www.livenation.com or www.ticketmaster.com prior to the day of the show to exchange your purchased tickets for accessible seating. A very limited number of accessible seats are available on the day of the show for such issues and we cannot guarantee we will be able to seat you. Please remember that accessible seating permits one seat for the guest with the accessible need and one seat for a companion.
    • Interpreter Requests - If you will need an American Sign Language interpreter for an event, please give us at least 2 weeks notice to secure. Guests who request an interpreter will need to pick up their tickets at will call. When the tickets are picked up we will introduce you to your interpreter for the evening and take you to your seats. There is no charge for interpreter services. Please call 360-825-6200 to arrange for an interpreter for your visit.
    • Accommodations - All venue restrooms, concession and merchandise stands are accessible.
    • Wheel Chair Rentals - Wheelchair and Mobility scooter rentals are available from Wheels for Feet. For more information, please visit their website at:WheelsforFeet.com.

    Hearing & ASL Assistance

    Guests that require American Sign Language interpreter services must call the venue at least two (2) weeks in advance of the concert to arrange services. Please contact us directly at 360-825-6200.

    Guests that require assisted listening devices must contact our venue office prior to the event to arrange for a device. Please give us at least 2 days' notice.

    Items ALLOWED to be brought in to the venue:

    • Bags/back packs no larger than 16"x16"x8"
    • Cameras – non-professional only, no detachable lenses, no video cameras.
    • Food – in a clear, 1-gallon ziplock bag (no rigid plastic containers)
    • Lawn Chairs – low back, low profile (seat no more than 9 inches off the ground) *Allowed or not allowed by event, check the Day of Show tab 
    • Water – 20 oz. in a factory sealed plastic bottle; or an empty, refillable bottle.

    All personal belongings will be searched prior to entrance.  Please adhere to these rules so that you and others will not be delayed during the entrance process.  List is subject to change without notice and Security has final say on allowed items. Please check Day of Show information for variances.

    Items NOT ALLOWED to be brought in to the venue include, but are not limited to:

    • Weapons of any kind (including pocket knives, any size)
    • Alcohol
    • Illegal drugs/substances
    • Marijuana/Cannabis Products
    • Fireworks
    • Laser Pointers
    • Glass or rigid plastic containers
    • Cans
    • Hard sided/large coolers
    • Large or oversized bags/backpacks such as luggage, duffel bags, or industrial/camping-sized backpacks. Maximum size allowed is 16"x16"x8"
    • Large blankets or tarps
    • Lounge chairs, tall or high-backed lawn chairs
    • Wagons, carts
    • Animals (except service animals)
    • Large signs or banners
    • Balloons

    Subject to change without notice; please check Day of Show information for variances.

    Lawn Seating

    The lawn is always first come, first served. Guests may notice a row or seat number on their lawn ticket, but that is only used for tracking purposes. There are no assigned seats on the lawn.

    Lawn Chairs / Lawn Chair Rentals

    For most events, guests with tickets for the lawn are able to bring their own chairs into the venue (please call to verify specific event), provided the chairs meet the following requirements: Chair seats must be no higher than 9 inches off the ground, with short backs; no lounge chairs.

    When allowed, lawn chairs are available for rent for $10 each at the Guest Services booths at the top of the lawn.

    Lawn chairs may be rented in advance when purchasing a ticket for the lawn, and may be picked up at our lawn-level Guest Services booths at the top of the stairs and top of the lawn.  For information on reserving venue lawn chairs in advance when purchasing tickets for upcoming concerts, please go to www.livenation.com.

    Locker Rentals

    Personal lockers for storing guests' belongings or venue-prohibited items are not available.

    Lost or Stolen Tickets

    Please report any lost or stolen tickets to Ticketmaster as soon as you are aware they are missing or destroyed. If a ticket needs to be reprinted during the event, guests can visit the box office and have their ticket reprinted for a fee. 

    Lost and Found

    If you lose an item while you are at an event, please visit our Guest Services booth located near the Main Gate to see if it has been turned in. If it has not, please leave your name, contact info & a description of your lost item with Guest Services. You may also call the venue at 360-825-6200, then press "0", weekdays between the hours of 10AM-4PM, or email WRAReceptionist@livenation.com to inquire.  Lost items may be picked up at the venue's Admin Office next to the Main venue gates during normal business hours, weekdays 10AM-4PM.  Please call ahead to notify our Receptionist that you are coming to pick up your items.

    Media Relations / Press Passes

    Any media inquiries need to be directed to our local Live Nation office – 206-802-3120.

    Medical Assistance

     A First Aid station is located inside the venue at Gate 5, which is between the Eagle Club and the Box Office. The First Aid Station is well marked with signage and flags. The First Aid Station is professionally staffed and available to assist with any medical issue you may experience. 

    Merchandise

    Merchandise will be available for all concerts at our Concert Gear booths located throughout the Plaza. For festival shows there will be merchandise located throughout the facility and sold by various vendors. All concert gear is property of the artist and the venue has no responsibility related to the craftsmanship or style of any merchandise.

    Motorcycle Parking 

    Motorcycle parking is available at no additional charge. Please enter at Highway Gate 2, and follow the signage to the dedicated motorcycle parking area.

    Overnight Parking

    Overnight parking is not allowed at this venue. Any vehicles that are still in the parking lots more than 3 hours after an event may be towed at the owners expense.

    Parking

    General Parking is free to everyone with an event ticket. Please enter through Gate 1, 2 OR 3 from Highway 164 and follow the signage and parking staff's directions.

    Parking for guests with disabilities: ADA compliant parking is available for our guests with a DMV issued ADA hang tag or license plate credential. Please enter at Gate 2 and follow the directions of the parking crew to the ADA parking spaces.  Please note: There are a limited number of ADA-compliant parking spaces available and they are provided on a first come, first served basis to those with an ADA hangtag or license plate. Please plan accordingly and arrive early to secure one of these limited parking spaces. For information about how to obtain an ADA  hangtag or license plate in WA, please visit: https://www.dmv.org/wa-washington/disabled-drivers.php

    STAR Parking in the venue's premium paved parking lot. The STAR parking lot is given exiting priority to get you on your way home AFAP (As Fast As Possible)! Tickets for STAR parking may be purchased in advance online at www.livenation.com. Please use Gate 2 to access STAR Parking. PLEASE NOTE: STAR parking spaces are limited, and available for purchase on a first come, first served basis. We recommend you purchase your STAR parking space before the event day, however, STAR parking is often available for purchase at the venue on the event date. 

    Police Assistance

    Local law enforcement are on site for every event and are responsible for directing all traffic into the venue. On duty law enforcement officers are the only individuals able to carry a weapon on our property. We do not allow conceal and carry weapons to be brought onto our property nor we will secure them.

    Premium / VIP Seating

    If you are interested in purchasing a box suite, season seats, or Eagle Club access for the season, please contact our Premium Seat Sales Department at 206-802-3120. Neither the venue receptionists nor the box office can answer questions regarding pricing or availability for these boxes.

    Premier / STAR Parking

    Premier / STAR Parking is available for every event, unless sold out in advance. STAR parking tickets can be purchased prior to the show via www.livenation.com or on site at the venue, subject to availability. Premier / STAR Parking is located in paved lots near the venue Main Gate. Premier / STAR Parking does not guarantee early exit out of the parking lot.

    Public Transportation & Free Shuttles

    No 24-hour public transportation is available to the Amphitheatre at this time. For select shows only, free local shuttle buses to the Amphitheatre are available from The Outlet Collection (formerly known as the Supermall) in Auburn. Please refer to the  Day of Show page for shuttle availability for upcoming shows.

    Recycling

    White River Amphitheatre participates in a venue wide recycling and composting program. You will find recycling bins located throughout the venue. Please recycle where possible.

    Re-Entry

    Re-Entry is not permitted at White River Amphitheatre. Please ensure that everything you will need for the event is brought in with you. If you do leave at any point in the evening; you will not be allowed back in without a new ticket.

    Restrooms

    Restrooms are located throughout the plaza, on either side of the Main Gate and reserved seating areas and in the Eagle Club. Family restrooms are located inside the Main Gate and to the left. Portable toilets, including ADA accessible units, are located on each side of the lawn area and in the parking lots.

    Scalping Tickets

    Scalping or reselling tickets is strictly prohibited on the property of the venue. Any guest caught selling tickets on property will be turned over to local law enforcement.

    Security Procedures

    When coming through the gates, please plan on security using metal detectors and/or a physical pat down for our search procedures.  All bags are subject to inspection.  If you have a medical reason for not wanting to be searched via metal detectors, please contact a front gate supervisor and they will give you an alternative to our metal detectors. More information can be found here https://www.livenation.com/venueguidelines/

    Security

    Venue security and law enforcement are located throughout the facility to ensure a safe and secure environment. All security personnel are wearing white shirts and can assist with any questions or concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact our on-site staff if any assistance is needed.

    Your safety and security are most important to us.  The following details will outline our general venue guidelines:

    https://www.livenation.com/venueguidelines

    Shuttles

    For select shows only, free shuttles to The White River Amphitheatre will be available for concert-goers. Please see "Day of Show" section for availability of shuttles for upcoming concerts.  When available, shuttles pick up and drop off guests at the Outlet Collection (formerly The Supermall) at 1101 Outlet Collection Way, Auburn, WA. Parking at the Outlet Collection is free. For more specific information, visit the "Day of Show" section or contact the White River Amphitheatre at 360-825-6200.

    Smoking / Vaping

    Smoking/vaping of tobacco products is allowed in the Plaza only.  Smoking/vaping is not allowed in the reserved seating area, on the lawn or inside any building or tent; per Washington State Law, smoking is prohibited within 25 feet of any building.

    Smoking or vaping of marijuana/cannabis products is not allowed at the White River Amphitheatre. According to Washington State Law, smoking/vaping/consumption of marijuana/cannabis products is illegal in public and in view of the public, including at our concert venue. It is also illegal on all Federal land and some Indian reservation land, including the White River Amphitheatre.

    We appreciate your cooperation.

    Sponsorship / Hand Outs

    All sponsorship inquiries should be directed to our office - please call 206-802-3120 and ask to speak with someone in Sponsorship. Any handouts or presence on site needs to be cleared with venue sponsorship. If you do not have permission to be on site you will be escorted off the property.

    Strollers

    Strollers are permitted for guests bringing small children. Please be aware that the lawn has an incline that makes it unsafe for strollers to be on the lawn.  Strollers are not allowed in the pit area.  Wagons are not permitted.

    Taxis

    Several taxi companies service our venue and may pick up and drop off guests at our Safe Drop-Off point at Gate 3.

    Tailgating

    Guests are welcome to enjoy a picnic at their vehicles prior to entering the venue.  No grills or cooking is allowed. Consumption of alcohol is NOT allowed in the parking lots; Washington State Liquor Control Board agents and private security patrol the parking lots.

    Taping

    No audio or video recording is allowed.

    Traffic

    Traffic is controlled by local law enforcement on the highway and parking staff at the venue. Please consult local traffic information providers to determine if there are any major traffic issues or congestion in the area that may affect your drive time or time of arrival at the venue. Should the start of the event be delayed, or the event cancelled, the information will be posted on our social media pages.

    www.livenation.com

    Umbrellas

    Large or golf-style umbrellas are never permitted in the venue.  Compact umbrellas may be allowed for some shows; contact the venue for day of show restrictions.

    Upgrades

    Upgrades are available through our Experience App.  Visit www.livenation.expapp.com to download the program and see all of the upgrades and experiences we have available.  Day of show seat upgrades vary by event and are offered for sale at the Upgrades Tent, just inside the main venue entrance.

    VIP / STAR Parking

    VIP/STAR Parking is located in one of the venue's paved parking lots and may be purchased online prior to the concert at www.livenation.com and, if available, at the venue on show night.  Please enter through Highway Gate 2 and follow the signs to STAR parking. Guests must display the correct hangtag credential or present a printed receipt for purchase to access this premier parking lot.

    Weather

    All shows will go on rain or shine. However, in the event of severe weather we will keep our fans notified via our social media pages.

    www.livenation.com

    An event may be delayed, postponed, or canceled depending on the severity of the weather expected.

    To check on current local weather conditions, please visit: https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/auburn-wa/98092/daily-weather-forecast/41330_pc?day=1.

    Will Call

    "Will Call" pre-purchased tickets are available for pickup at the Box Office located adjacent to the Main Gates. Please make sure that you have a photo ID matching the purchaser's name to pick up tickets. Any name changes need to go through Ticketmaster Customer Service - 800-653-8000.

    Guests are not permitted to leave tickets at Will Call for other guests to pick up. You will need to arrange to meet your party at the facility to deliver tickets.

    If tickets or passes are being left for you by an artist or artist management, they will only be left at the Box Office. This includes meet and greet passes, backstage passes, press passes, and tickets from the tour or other promotional company. We do not get these tickets until the day of the event just before door time, so please do not try to pick them up earlier. If your tickets/passes are not in will call, you will need to contact the person whom you expected would leave them for you to determine where they are. Box Office and Guest Services personnel cannot contact any member of the tour for you.

For interactive driving directions and shuttle information, please visit www.LiveNation.com and search White River Amphitheater and use the interactive DIRECTIONS button. For tips on how to avoid the traffic and information on shuttle services (available only at certain shows) visit www.whiteriveramphitheatre.com From Seattle area: 1-90 East to I-405 South to SR 169/Maple Valley Hwy (exit 4) Travel SR 169 South through towns of Maple Valley and Black Diamond to SE 400th Street (approx 22.5 miles). Right onto SE 400th to SR 164 Left onto SR 164 South-venue is on right From Bellevue/Eastside area: 1-5 to I-405 South to SR 169/Maple Valley Hwy (exit 4) Travel SR 169 South through towns of Maple Valley and Black Diamond to SE 400th Street (approx 22.5 miles). Right onto SE 400th to SR 164 Left onto SR 164 South-venue is on right From Tacoma/Kitsap Peninsula area: I-5 to Puyallup/River Road (exit 135) SR167 through Puyallup to SR 410 East Travel SR 410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx 15 miles) Left onto 244th Ave SE to SR 164-(turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River). Left onto SR 164 Venue is 5 miles on left. From Olympia/Portland area: I-5 to SR 512 (exit 127) SR512 to SR 410 East Travel SR410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx 15 miles). Left onto 244th Ave SE to SR 164-(turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River). Left onto SR 164 Venue is 5 miles on left.
On event days, venue Box Office opens when parking lots open, generally two hours prior the event time. Venue Box Office is adjacent to the amphitheatre's main gate. Groups of 20 or more call 1-360-825-6200 (not available for all shows)
Plenty of well-lit parking is available onsite. The parking fee is included in the ticket price. No fee is charged at the gate except for Star Parking. Star Parking is the paved lot closest to the entrance/exit and can be purchased on LiveNation.com. If Star Parking is available the day of the event, it will be sold at the entrance of the parking lot. Accessible parking is available on a first come first served basis in the paved lot closest to the main entrance.
Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Cash. Debit cards w/Visa or MC logo accepted. No personal checks.
(360) 825-6200 for general information. Service Charge at venue box office is $6.00 per ticket. The Box Office is open on event days only.
Opens when venue Box Office opens. Located at Box Office adjacent to the amphitheatre main gate.

The Main Event

2020 Season Tickets

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Show Time: 12/31 08:00 pm