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Yes, there are several spots that can accommodate for ADA seating both in the fixed seating area and on the surrounding grassy areas. Be advised, this is first come first serve seating. If assistance is required, grab the attention of an Amphitheater employee.
For more information, visit our page on Accessibility.
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Not all events require tickets. Many Ogden Amphitheater events are free to the public! Follow the links found on the Corner's Instagram or Facebook page to the promoter's page. From there, you will be able to find more information on purchasing tickets. Visit Ogden Twilight or Enable UT for tickets to their concerts.
Please refer to your ticket for best information. Gates usually open 1 hour before music begins. Each event's schedule is different.
Only service dogs are permitted on the grounds of the Ogden Amphitheater. Special events that rent the amphitheater may adjust this rule as they see fit. Please see the specific event rules for each event. All guests are expected to clean up after themselves and their companions.
Most ticketed events do not allow you to bring your own food and have many food options inside. Any event selling beer will prohibit the entry of outside foods. Consider visiting one of the great restaurants downtown for a snack before coming to your event.
Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer and wine on premise. Most events do not allow you to bring your own coolers and beverages, but may offer a variety of items to purchase once inside.
Parking is located on 25th street in front of the Ogden Amphitheater. Parking can also be found in the Ogden City parking lot just south of the amphitheater (enter from 26th street). All sidewalks are connected and lead to handicap parking. The Ogden Amphitheater is a short 3 blocks from the UTA Front Runner Station.
Certain events in the amphitheater such as Ogden Twilight do not allow umbrellas, chairs and blankets. Please check the event promoter website for event specific rules. In general, Umbrellas and chairs are allowed, but please be courteous of other guests. Low chairs are welcome at some events, please be courteous of other guests and sit farther back.
Shade canopies are permitted for use by approved vendors for specific events, but must be weighted down on all four corners by at least 40lb weights.
Gates are open as early as an hour before a performance. Check with the event promoter website or your ticket for specifics depending on the event you are attending.
Monday through Thursday, the park is open 9 am to 5 pm, except where special events take place or the park has been reserved for a private function. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday the park is closed.