TICKETING AND SEATING:
All of our venues have seating that is accessible to people who use wheelchairs, as well as other challenges. Patrons may purchase one non-wheelchair companion seat adjacent to an accessible seat, if available. On the applicable seating charts (links provided below), wheelchair accessible seating areas will be noted with the universal wheelchair-accessible symbol. The price of wheelchair accessible seats will not exceed the price of the tickets in adjacent sections/areas or the lowest price offered for that event. Ticket prices, for all seats, vary by event. Please see below for further information.
Events held in the Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial Arena
Syracuse Crunch Hockey: [Seating Map]
- Seating that is accessible to patrons who use a wheelchair can be found in the following areas: Mezzanine sections 106, 121, 110/111, 115/116 and the stage, when applicable.
- Section 106 can be most-easily accessed via the Montgomery Street entrance to the building.
- Section 121 can be most easily accessed via the State Street Entrance.
- Sections 110/111 and 115/116 can be accessed by either side of the building.
- Stage seating can be most-easily accessed via the Montgomery Street entrance and from there, the seating is accessed via a wheelchair accessible lift. The lift can be operated by the patron when in the presence of a building staff member. The use of the lift can only be initiated by a staff member with a key.
- Seating for people with other mobility and/or visual challenges is located in row AA in the mezzanine concourse around the arena.
*Note: Syracuse Crunch accessible seating is sold directly through the Syracuse Crunch Administrative Offices at 315-473-4444.
Concerts/WWE/Disney On Ice: [Seating Map]
Seating that is accessible to patrons who use a wheelchair is located on a platform, accessed by a ramp, in front of sections 104-106. These sections are most easily accessed through the Montgomery Street entrance. Seating may vary based on individual event diagrams. Seating for people with other mobility and/or visual is located in row AA in the mezzanine concourse around the arena.
Events held in The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater [Seating Map]
- Seating that is accessible to patrons who use a wheelchair is located in row X on both the left and right sides of the theater.
- Seating for people with other mobility challenges is located in row W on both the left and right sides of the theater.
- Seating for people with visual impairments is located in row A.
Events held in the Carrier Theater [Seating Map]
- Seating that is accessible to patrons who use a wheel chair is located in row Q on both the left and right sides of the theater.
- Seating for people with other mobility challenges is located in rows P&Q on both the left and right sides of the theater.
- Seating for people with visual impairments is located in row A.
Accessible seating locations (i.e. Wheelchair spaces and companion seats) are intended for use by individuals with disabilities and their companions. By purchasing tickets for accessible seating through Ticketmaster and /or the Solvay Bank Box Office at The Oncenter, you represent that you or a member of your party has a disability that requires accessible features provided by the seating locations being purchased. Ticketmaster may investigate potential misuse of accessible seating where there is good cause to believe that such seating has been purchased fraudulently. In appropriate cases Ticketmaster may, in its sole discretion, cancel an order for accessible seating that it believes to be fraudulent or improper and reserves the right to pursue legal action against individuals who fraudulently purchase tickets for accessible seating. The Oncenter also reserves the right to relocate to other seats, patrons who have tickets for accessible seating locations, but who do not need accessible seating.
ACCESSIBLE (ADA) SEATING RELOCATION POLICY:
Please call several days before an event to be relocated to accessible seating. Please be aware that while ASM will attempt to accommodate you however possible, we cannot guarantee that there will be an available relocation seat for you. ASM is not responsible for ticket sales for some events, and we cannot guarantee the availability of additional seats at events, particularly those events that are sold out. If you encounter an issue during an event with your ticket or seating, please speak with the nearest usher for assistance.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
- Tickets for unsold accessible seating may be released for sale to individuals without disabilities:
- When all non-accessible tickets have been sold;
- When all non-accessible tickets in a designated seating area have been sold and the tickets for accessible seating are being released in the same designated area; or
- When all non-accessible tickets in a designated price category have been sold and the tickets for accessible seating are being released within the same designated price category.
Complimentary assistive listening devices are available for patrons attending events in the Crouse Hinds Theater, Carrier Theater, and Bevard Theater. Our infrared (IR) system allows signals to be received through the assistive listening device, which is worn around a patrons’ neck. These devices may be signed out for shows from any of the Guest Services Ushers.
Sign Language Interpreters (for example, ASL) are available upon request per show, at no cost to the patron. Requests must be submitted at least two (2) weeks [10 business days] prior to the show date. Please submit interpreter request through our Contact Us page or by phone with the Solvay Bank Box Office at The Oncenter (315) 435-2121. The location of the interpreter will vary based on the event set up; staff will accommodate arrangements per request.
The Oncenter Garage and Parking Lot, both located at 800 South State Street, provide designated accessible parking for persons with disabilities. This area is located across from The Oncenter Convention Center and can be used for people attending events at all three Oncenter buildings. There is also accessible street parking located on Madison Street, between The Oncenter War Memorial Arena and The Oncenter Crouse Hinds/Carrier Theater. A valid, appropriate disability hangtag or license plate is required to park in a space identified as reserved for persons with disabilities; the person who the registration of the accessible parking hangtag or license plate belongs to must be in the vehicle and identification is required. Guests should arrive as early as possible to ensure space availability and to reach their seats prior to showtime. All parking is ‘first come, first served’.
For additional information, visit our Directions & Parking Page.
noises and bright lights can make it difficult or confusing for an individual
with developmental disabilities to enjoy an event. The Oncenter is proud to partner with
Friendly @ccess to provide kits that are designed to support individuals of all ages, with a variety of sensory
needs, and their families at events such
sports games, concerts, and theater.
kit includes an assortment of useful tools to help individuals enjoy an event
with greater comfort. These kits also include identification in the event that
an individual is separated from their family at the event. Venue staff are trained on the program and can assist individuals and families throughout the venue as needed. To request a kit while attending an event, please speak with your nearest usher.
In New York State, Service Animals are defined as a dog trained to do work or perform a task(s) for a person with a disability. These service animals are permitted into The Oncenter. Each service animal must remain with its owner at all times and be must be housebroken, on a leash, harness, tether or otherwise under the owner/handler’s control.
For any other accessibility questions or requests, please Send Us A Message or call us at 315-435-2121.