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Hayden Homes Amphitheater

Bend, OR | West | Capacity: 8,000
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Hayden Homes Amphitheater

Venue Services & Policies:

                  

Icons represent what is available as per the venue’s official information – below is more detail where possible. If you’ve got some more insight, kindly submit a detailed venue review by category.


Parking:

Parking in paid lots opens one hour before doors.
Look for “Event Parking” signs throughout the Old Mill District.
Bike parking is available on Shevlin-Hixon Drive and near Will Call by the main gates.
No overnight parking and no RV parking permitted.

ADA accessible parking is available on Shevlin-Hixon Drive for every ticketed concert, and in the gravel parking lot immediately across the street from the venue (for most ticketed concerts). Accessible drop-off is available at the gate on Shevlin-Hixon Drive closest to the stage, if you prefer that option.



Bag Policy:

An Individual Clear Plastic, Vinyl or PVC Tote Bag (Stadium bag) is permitted.
No larger than a 12” x 6” x 12” tote bag with a single compartment and/or small clutch bag (6”x 9”) are also permitted as are Kid-carriers (backpacks, slings, baby bjorn-type things).

Non-clear bags with medical supplies and/or non-clear diaper bags must be tagged as medical by our guest services team before inspection by security and entering the venue. Do not remove tag for the duration of the event.

Guest services team members wear bright blue shirts that state “Crew” on the front and have our crow logo on the back.


Water Policy:

Empty water bottles, including empty reusable containers. Please note sell single-use plastic water or soda bottles aren’t sold inside the venue. Compostable cups for water if necessary will be provided by venue, but fans are encouraged to bring canteens to fill for free at any of the many fountains.


ADA Accessibility:

The Hayden Homes Amphitheater is a shallow, sloping venue built in 2001 that is fully ADA accessible. The front third of the amphitheater nearest to the stage is flat with concrete ADA pathways between sections of synthetic turf.

​ADA seating is available for guests in both the Reserve Seating and General Admission sections.

When purchasing tickets through Ticketmaster, the Hayden Homes Amphitheater ticketing partner, be sure to go to the “Filters” tab and click on the “Show Accessible Tickets” button.

For each concert, our configuration varies slightly, but the paths of travel from parking to the accessible entrance, and various seating options will be clearly marked for each concert.

If you have any questions or need assistance for any reason at a concert, please ask for our concert hosts. To arrange for special accommodation in advance of a show, please call our office at 541-312-8510 or email us.


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    Review by: BruceWingsteen
    Posted: 7/17/23

    Overall Experience
    Overall a very solid venue. The Deschutes River runs right next to the venue. Good sound. Very comfortable and clean. Basically a big lawn though sometimes chairs are set up depending on the (read more) artist. Lots of shops, restaurants and drinking establishments within walking distance to the venue. Not much is open after the show as Bend is a pretty sleepy town for late night shenanigans. Good food and drink options inside the venue. They sell (overly sweet) cider for the non gluten folks. Security is generally friendly but can be sticklers for silly bag policies at times.
    Getting There

    Best to walk or ride a bike to the show. If you’re coming from outside of Bend you may want to park in town somewhere and walk to the venue.


    Parking

    I always walk to I haven’t experienced the parking situation.


    Tailgating
    No tailgating. Bend is a pretty pristine town that likes to keep things that way. Lots of options to grab drinks and food before the show. Crosscut Warming Hut, Brown Owl, Immersion Brewing, Crux (read more) Fermentation Project are all good options for a pre show adult beverage.
    Water Policy

    See official listing here. Not hard to fill up your own water bottle inside.


    Bag Policy

    See official listing here.


    Search Policy

    They do a pretty thorough search. They did have lockers/bins for bags that don’t conform to their somewhat silly bag policy.


    Sound

    I’ve always enjoyed the sound here. Usually not to windy in Bend which is nice.


    Venue Security

    Pretty chill for the most part.


    Venue Concessions

    Lots of food trucks inside. Great corn on the cob from Bigfoot BBQ. Lots of beer tents set up so lines usually go quickly.


    Nearby Lodging

    There are lots of hotels in Bend and a few that are a short walk to the venue. Tons of airbnbs in Bend as well.