We prioritize accessibility and strive to create a welcoming environment for everyone who visits Greensboro Coliseum Complex.

We are committed to continuously working to remove barriers and improve access to our facilities, events, and services for individuals with disabilities. Our commitment to inclusivity ensures that all guests can fully participate and enjoy their experiences at our venues.

Guests with questions regarding Accessibility and Accommodation Services are encouraged to contact Michael Hennis (Guest Services Manager) at (336) 373-7461 or by email at

Accessible Parking

Designated accessible parking is provided near the main entrance of all our venues. These spaces, which include van-accessible spots, are reserved for vehicles displaying a valid state-issued accessible parking placard or license plate.

During events, parking lot attendants are available to direct guests to accessible parking spaces. Please make sure that your parking placard is clearly visible to the attendants.

Accessible parking spaces are subject to the same parking fees as general public parking spaces.

Accessible Ticketing

We offer accessible seating options in all of our venues for guests with disabilities. Tickets for guests with disabilities can be purchased through or directly at the Coliseum Box Office. If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us.

ADA Accommodations

  • Accessible toilet stalls
  • Lower concession counters
  • Accessible suite entry and suite restrooms
  • Restroom facilities in the club area
  • Curb cuts for wheelchair access
  • Portable ramps for stages


Elevators are available at the north and south ends of the Coliseum to access the upper levels of the arena. Elevators are also available in the Special Events Center lobby and in the Greensboro Aquatic Center.

Hearing Enhancement and Interpreters

For guests who need assistance with hearing enhancement, we offer complimentary assistive listening devices for entertainment performances in the Coliseum and Special Events Center. Our Guest Services representatives and ushers are happy to help you obtain one of these devices. Interpreters are also available for guests with hearing impairment. To ensure that you receive proper service and to schedule an interpreter, please contact us at 336- 373-7461 at least seven (7) days before the event you plan to attend.

Visual Impairment

Guests with visual impairments are welcome to purchase tickets in all price levels and sections, subject to availability. Service animals are permitted for guests who are visually impaired.

Wheelchair Services

Our staff provides wheelchair assistance for easy access and navigation to and from seats in all venues. Guests will typically find an available attendant with a wheelchair at each entrance. If an attendant is not immediately visible, please approach any Coliseum employee who will promptly call for assistance. No advance coordination is necessary for wheelchair assistance prior to an event.

Sensory Accommodations

Sensory Bags can be checked out at our Guest Services Booth at Section 103. Sensory bags include an adjustable pair of noise-canceling headphones, a mood card for nonverbal guests, and fidget toys. 

The Lauren Daigle Sensory Room can be accessed with help from the Guest Services team and is located at Section 221. 

Our sensory experiences were generously donated by Lauren Daigle and The Price Fund in collaboration with KultureCity.