Guide to SZA's Phoenix concert: parking, tickets, security | Phoenix New Times


Your guide to SZA's concert in Phoenix: tickets, parking, security

The celebrated R&B artist is bringing the "S.O.S. Tour" to town on Sunday night. Here's what you need to know.
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R&B artist SZA (a.k.a. Solana Imani Rowe) will bring her "S.O.S. Tour" to downtown Phoenix's Footprint Center on Sunday night. If you're planning on attending, here's what you need to know, including where to park and where to party before and after the show.

When is SZA’s concert at Footprint Center?

SZA is scheduled to perform at Footprint Center on Sunday as part of her "S.O.S. Tour."

Can I still buy tickets to SZA's concert at Footprint Center?

The show is sold out, but tickets are available through resellers.

When does SZA's concert at Footprint Center start?

Doors open to the general public at 7 p.m. The concert starts at 8 p.m. D4vd is the opening act.

Where is Footprint Center and how do I get there?

Footprint Center is located at 201 E. Jefferson St. in downtown Phoenix. The closest freeway exits off the Interstate 10 are Washington St./Jefferson St. or Seventh St.

Where can I park at Footprint Center for SZA's concert?

You can park in the adjacent parking structure at First and Madison streets, but there are many other parking lots and structures within a 10-minute walk of the venue, each with varying fees. For additional questions, call the parking hotline at 602-514-8472.

A better option may be to take the Valley Metro Rail to the concert; your ticket acts as a pass for a free ride to and from the venue.

Where can I hang out before and after SZA's concert?

Downtown Phoenix has a bevy of restaurants, bars and clubs to choose from. Take a peek at our downtown dining guide to see what your options are.

What is the bag policy at Footprint Center?

No backpacks or large purses are allowed. Small purses and fanny packs will be searched.

What can I expect at security?

From the Ticketmaster website: "New security procedures have been implemented at Footprint Center. ... Every individual entering the arena will be subject to search."
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