GATES AND ENTRY
Gates will open one and a half to two hours prior to the start of the show. Every guest must proceed through the metal detectors and bag check before entry.
We have a second gate entrance for those who have no bags that allows you to enter without going through the bag check but all guests will still be required to go through the metal detectors.
Our ADA entry gate is located directly across from ADA parking. This is an expedited entrance along a paved walkway.
There is no re-entry into the venue. Once inside the venue, ticket holders cannot leave the venue and return.
Entry requirements are subject to change. By purchasing tickets to this event, you agree to abide by entry requirements in effect at the time of the event. Check the venue website leading up to your event for the latest protocols.
SECURITY AND BAG CHECKS
All concert goers will be required to enter through metal detectors. To expedite the process, please prepare by removing all metal objects from your bags and pockets.
All bags are subject to search.
We strongly recommend bringing fewer items to get into the venue quickly and efficiently.
GUEST COMFORT AND SAFETY
Every guest can enjoy the concert in their own personal space by sitting or standing. If you or someone that you witness is being harassed, please find a security staff member to assist and address the situation.
ACCEPTABLE ITEMS PERMITTED INSIDE THE VENUE
While we have many amazing food options throughout the venue, you may also bring your own food into the venue, but you may NOT bring in any knives (this includes cheese or butter knives) or glass containers including condiment jars. Picnic dinners should be carried in tote bags, small backpacks, hard or soft sided coolers. Bags, backpacks, purses, or coolers should be no larger than 14”x 14” x 14”; all will be subject to bag check.
Low-backed “beach” chairs are allowed. Patio or lawn type chairs (seat higher than 12″ from the ground and/or back taller than 28″) are NOT PERMITTED. Larger chairs obscure the line of sight for other guests. Only one chair per person will be permitted.
Blankets are allowed but please remember to remove your blankets from your bags and carry them through our metal detectors.
Most artists either prohibit cameras or prohibit the use of cameras with detachable lenses, external flash, or any variety of professional type cameras and absolutely forbid any type of recording devices, audio, or video. If you violate the policy, you may be required to delete any audio or video recording and may be removed from the venue without refund.
Rain umbrellas will be allowed while it is raining prior to the performance, between performances, or during heavy rain only and must be put down during weather breaks. Shade umbrellas are not permitted. People bringing shade umbrellas will be directed to return them to their vehicle by security before entry.
REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLES
Empty water bottles (20 oz maximum and no glass) are permitted. There are 3 filtered water refill stations inside the venue.
PETS & SERVICE ANIMALS
Licensed service animals are permitted and are always welcome at the venue. A Service Animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability and does not include emotional support, comfort, or companionship animals. Service Animals must be house-trained and must be always kept under control.
They must be used for transporting children only.
ITEMS NOT PERMITTED WITHIN THE VENUE
NO OUTSIDE BEVERAGES
No outside beverages can be brought into the venue.
NO GLASS OR GLASSWARE
Including wine glasses, condiment jars, etc.
Consuming ANY TYPE of CANNABIS inside the venue is a violation of RCW 69.50.455 Violators will be subject to a civil fine and removed from the venue without warning. TICKETS WILL NOT BE REFUNDED.
NO ILLEGAL DRUGS AND DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
Violators will be removed from the venue and referred to the proper authorities. TICKETS WILL NOT BE REFUNDED.
NO OVERSIZED BAGS AND COOLERS
Bags, backpacks and hard or soft sided coolers larger than 14″x14″x14″.
NO WAGONS OR CARTS
NO SELFIE STICKS
NO TENTS AND CANOPIES
This includes firearms, explosives, stun guns, handcuffs, brass knuckles, clubs, batons, pepper spray, tear gas. Any type of knife falls into this category including cheese or butter knives.
NO OPEN FLAME
Barbecues, fireworks, tiki torches, candles, etc.
NO PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS
This also includes flash cameras, digital cameras with zoom lenses, and tape/video recording devices. If you wish to shoot with a professional camera you must be representing an official media outlet and approved by both Marymoor Live and the artist who is performing.
NO DRONES OR LASER POINTERS
FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE
Food and beverage service is available from doors until 30 minutes before the show ends.
FOOD TRUCKS Marymoor Live curates a unique food lineup with food trucks from around the city. We have 10+ trucks on site for every show so there is a little something for everyone to enjoy.
Anyone wishing to purchase and consume an alcoholic beverage inside the venue must have over 21 wristbands on them. Wristbands will be issued on site at each show.
BEER, WINE, and NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
We have a variety of options available for you to choose from.
CRAFT DRAFT BAR
Featuring beers, wines, ciders, and mead from the PNW. The Craft Draft bar also has wine by the glass and non-alcoholic beverages available.
These bars provide canned beer, wine by the glass, and non-alcoholic beverages.
Our wine bar features a carefully selected list of wines by the bottle. Here you will receive a Marymoor Live reusable BPA free carafe to fill with the wine of your choice. A bottle purchase requires two patrons over 21 years of age to purchase.
There is no smoking/vaping within the main part of the venue. There will be a designated area for smokers just outside of the main venue area.
Cannabis use is prohibited inside the venue and the park. Anyone found using cannabis inside the venue will be removed without warning and their tickets will not be refunded. Consuming ANY TYPE of CANNABIS is a violation of RCW 69.50.455.
There are portable bathrooms located on both sides of the venue. There is also an indoor restroom shelter on the NE side of the venue.
EMTs are available to assist with any medical emergency. The FIRST AID tent is easily identifiable and can be found at the venue’s North end. For your own safety, remember to wear shoes while inside the venue.
Carpooling and ride share services are encouraged and will cut down on the overall wait time.
Parking is managed by King County Parks. You can purchase parking online if you do it when purchasing your ticket to the show (on Ticketmaster.com), or parking with cash or credit on the day of the show or add it to your Checkout on Ticketmaster.