Accessible or ADA seating is not available at this venue through Goldstar.
There is no late seating. If tickets show as "sold out", please check availability directly through the venue at https://www.tptedmonds.org/
14 The Phoenix Theatre Tips
- Casual 1
- Parking is a breeze 1
- Parking is free 1
- Dine before you go 1
There is a take-out pizza joint and an Indian restaurant in the same lot as the theatre but plenty of eateries in and around Edmonds if you want a bigger variety. There are a few concessions offered inside the theater including wine.
There is free parking at the Phoenix. There are 2 flights of stairs to climb in front, but if you are disabled there is parking in the rear of the building with an easy access entrance into the theater that doesn't include stairs. There are only about 100 seats in the theater so you'll want to get your tickets early to be sure you get a spot. There is not a bad seat in the house.
Parking is plentiful and free. If the stairs are daunting there is an entrance in back. There are some handicap spaces up there, or you can be dropped off and the car parked down in the main lot.
I wore Phoenix is a theater where you can dress up or down and feel like you fit in. .
There is a nice restaurant called Carvan Kebab next door, have dinner there before you go.
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