Where is Premier Parking at SPAC?
main Route 50 parking lot
Premiere Parking offers guests a reserved parking spot in the main Route 50 parking lot. A limited number of spaces are available so we recommend purchasing tickets prior to the day of the event. Premiere Parking can be purchased at livenation.com, or at the SPAC Box Office.
What should I wear to SPAC?
There is no dress code at SPAC! We want you to dress in whatever makes you comfortable and there is no pressure for you to conform to stereotypes.
What can you bring to SPAC?
- ONLY small clutches, wristlets, or fanny packs no bigger than 4.5”x6.
- Cameras – nonprofessional only, no detachable lenses.
- Food – in a clear, 1-gallon zip-lock bag.
- Water – an empty water bottle OR up to 1 gallon of water in a factory sealed bottle is permitted.
- Small blankets.
Is SPAC an outdoor venue?
SPAC has been named the best outdoor music venue in the United States! Over the last month, USA Today asked its readers to vote for their favorite outdoor music venue from a group of 20 nominees.
What is VIP Club at SPAC?
The SPAC is the official summer home for the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra. VIP Ticket options at Saratoga Performing Arts Center include indoor VIP Box Seats, select balcony seating, any VIP Club access.
Are backpacks allowed at SPAC?
Ground rules. Those attending concerts are allowed to bring the following: food (in a clear, one gallon plastic bag), factory sealed water bottles up to one gallon, blankets, strollers, binoculars, backpacks, purses, small lawn chairs, umbrellas and ponchos/rain jackets.
Does SPAC have food?
SPAC Patrons’ Club Restaurant Including an antipasto, tapas and mezze table with offerings inspired by the chef’s culinary whims and ingredient driven foods that change daily.
Is SPAC full capacity?
Our main stage has a 25,000 person capacity with sheltered seats for 5,200 people and a sloping lawn for an additional 20,000 people. The stage is home to New York City Ballet and Philadelphia Orchestra performances in addition to shows by Live Nation.
How much are SPAC season passes?
A Lawn Pass can be purchased for $199 (plus fees) per venue. Each venue will have a limited number of Lawn Passes available. Passes are available at: LawnPass.LiveNation.com, while supplies last.
Does SPAC sell food?
Open to the public, located inside The Hall of Springs adjacent to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Contemporary American cuisine highlighted by local and sustainable foods; sit down entrée options including a fresh salad bar, house-made soups and decadent desserts.
Can you bring a purse to SPAC?
One factory sealed bottle of water up to one gallon. Food in a clear plastic bag. Clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC tote bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” and/or small clutch bags (4.5”x 6.5”). No other bags of any type will be allowed.
How do I get to SPAC in Saratoga Springs?
Directions to SPAC. Follow Avenue of The Pines through the Park. Bear right at the fork. At the end of Avenue of the Pines, at the traffic light, turn left onto Route 50, heading south. Approximately 500 yards on the left is the main parking lot for SPAC and the Box Office. For more detailed directions please call (518) 584-9330.
How much does it cost to park at Saratoga Spa?
Parking in all lots are subject to a $10 fee per car. Parking in the Route 50 lot entrances can be paid via credit or debit card. There is additional $10 parking available throughout the Saratoga Spa State Park. Vehicles cannot be left unattended overnight.
Where do you park at SPAC?
Parking at SPAC 1 The main parking lot is located off Route 50. 2 Additional parking is available directly across the street from the main parking lot for some events. 3 Parking is also available within Spa State Park. 4 Premier parking is available during pop and rock concerts.
Where do you park for Saratoga Springs performing arts center?
Approximately 500 yards on the left is the main parking and Box Office for Saratoga Performing Arts Center. NY State Thruway to Exit 28, Fultonville. Head toward Johnstown and follow Rte. 29 to Saratoga Springs.