Seattle White River Amphitheatre
The White River Amphitheatre, located 25 miles southeast of Seattle on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, is a world-class, cutting-edge performing arts facility. The complex encompasses 16.5 acres for the main amphitheater area, with adjacent surface parking for approximately 7,000 cars.
The heart of the facility consists of an amphitheatre bowl with a total capacity of 23,000 patrons, of which 10,000 are fixed seats covered by a permanent roof structure. A backstage support area is set below and screened from the public plaza.
Immediately adjacent and surrounding the inside are large plazas arranged in a circular pattern, featuring full concession facilities, VIP areas, restrooms, and open lawn picnicking spaces. The central entry links these disparate components together, which includes the ticket office, entrance gates, and queuing areas. Traditional Native American motifs are incorporated into the architecture, signage, and graphics of the complex, which is designed in a beautifully landscaped setting with distant views of Mount Rainier.
Seattle White River Amphitheatre, Muckleshoot Reservation, WA