The 2022 United Center schedule of events is now available. It features the Chicago Bulls, Harry Styles concert, and other sporting events. There are also accessible seating options. Take a look below for details. In the years to come, the venue will host even more events. Check the calendar of events to make sure you don’t miss a single show.
Harry Styles Concert
The Harry Styles concert at the United Center in Chicago has been rescheduled to Monday, October 10, following the cancellation of the original date. The singer, who has sold platinum records worldwide, is currently on his Love on Tour. The new concert date is one of six planned by the singer.
The concert is sold out worldwide. Fans are already camped out at the United Center, setting up tents as early as Tuesday and waiting for wristbands to get closer to the stage. As a result, the United Center is letting fans camp out and use the facilities.
The first show was postponed out of caution due to a band member’s illness. The rescheduled concert took place Monday night. Parking was easy to find near the United Center. ParqEx offers parking spaces close to the venue.
Bulls Fest kicks off this weekend outside the United Center. The Bulls will celebrate all things Bulls in the parking lot from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The festivities will also feature live music and food trucks. Tickets are free but wristbands are required for concerts. Bulls Fest is a great way to catch a game while celebrating the Chicago Bulls’ long history in the Windy City.
United Center Express Bus service begins 90 minutes before game time. The Express Bus makes stops at Michigan and Randolph to connect with the Metra train at Millennium Station and the Ogilvie Center. A bus also runs down Madison Street to the United Center, starting at Wabash Street.
Other Sporting Events
The United Centers is one of Chicago’s largest arenas, and is the home of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks. It hosts over 200 major events each year, including NBA and NHL games. More than 65 million people attend United Centers events each year. The arena is also a popular venue for concerts and family shows.
The United Center was built in 1994 and replaced the old Chicago Stadium. When it was completed, the arena cost $175 million, making it one of the largest sports arenas in the United States. Its seating capacity can accommodate up to 23,500 people for a concert. This capacity can vary depending on the floor layout and configuration. Since opening, more than 40 million people have attended events at the United Center.
Accessible Seating Options
The United Center is committed to providing accessible seating for its events. The venue has implemented state-of-the-art technology and health and safety protocols. Guests will be able to select the seating location that best suits their needs. There are many available options, including reserved and general seating.
Accessible seating options at the United Center may vary depending on the event. VIP packages are available for select events. These can be purchased directly from the venue’s customer service staff. Accessible seating locations and hours may vary depending on the event. You can contact United Center customer service to learn more about accessible seating locations.
Most Accessible Seating Options
Seats near the stage are often the most accessible seating options at the United Center. These seats provide a view of the stage while offering slight elevation. However, they do not offer head-on views, unlike those on the floor. Accessible seating options at the United Center will allow people with physical limitations to enjoy an event without having to worry about crowding.
There are several ways to find a place to park near the United Center. A parking pass starts at about 22 dollars and provides access to lots A, B, D, E, F, J, L, and the MXC garage. You can also park for as little as 15 to 20 dollars on the city’s streets, such as Madison Street and Wood Street.
If you’re traveling by car, Uber is an excellent option. The company offers a special zone near the arena that will allow fans to ride in style. This area will be accessed from the north side of the arena on Madison Street and will exit on Wood Street. This area is open two hours before and one hour after each event. However, it will be closed on non-event days. Once there, Uber drivers will drop you off at the corner of Madison Street and Wood Street.