The Trail Blazers sold out 810 straight games at Veterans Memorial Coliseum from 1977 to '95 before moving to the Rose Garden, the West Coast's largest arena, which was built at a cost of $267 million. The Rose Garden is owned by the team and managed by AEG Facilities. Named in homage to Portland's moniker as the Rose City, the arena boasts more than 735 televisions, an "acoustical cloud" to optimize sound for each event and a four-sided, state-of-the-art Mitsubishi high-definition scoreboard that was installed in 2007. The building is the centerpiece of Portland's 35-acre Rose Quarter campus, which hosted more events than any other complex in the world in 2008. The Rose Quarter -- which also includes Memorial Coliseum and the Commons, Portland's largest outdoor public plaza -- is located on the east bank of the Willamette River, minutes from downtown Portland.
Sideline Club seating is found on the Middle Level in Sections 201-204, 213-219, and 228-230.
Courtside seating includes Rows AA-EE. Tickets not specified by the seller as Courtside may map to a less premium section.
Children under 2 years old can obtain free admittance if they remain in an adult's lap and do not occupy a seat. Children over the age of 3 are required to have a ticketed seat.
The box office is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with varying hours on Saturday and Sunday. All major credit cards and cash are accepted at the venue, and accessible seating is available and should be purchased ahead of time. Smoking, recording devices and cameras with flash are prohibited from the venue. For further questions, contact the box office at 503-797-9617.
Ttickets can be picked up two hours prior to events.
One Center Court
Portland, OR 97227
From I-5 North:: Take the Rose Quarter exit and make a left onto Broadway, turning left again onto Vancouver Avenue. Enter the parking garage from here.
From I-5 South: Take the Rose Quarter exit and go straight through two lights, entering the parking garage from here.
From I-205 North: Take the City Center/I-84 West exit and follow signs for I-84 West follow the I-84 West directions.
From I-205 South: Take the City Center/I-84 West exit and follow signs for I-84 West the I-84 West directions.
From I-84 West: Follow signs for I-5 North toward Seattle and take the Rose Quarter exit, making a left onto Multnomah. Turn right onto Interstate Avenue and enter the parking garage from here.
From Highway 26 East: Take the I-405 North/Seattle exit and exit onto Everett Street, traveling straight over Steel Bridge. Make a left onto Interstate Avenue and enter the parking garage from here.
There are more than 2,500 available parking spaces on the Rose Quarter property, including 1,038 spaces in the Garden Garage, which is attached to the north end of Rose Garden Arena. During Trail Blazers games, however, suite patrons, club level season-ticket holders and sponsors have exclusive access to the Garden Garage. Other available parking structures for events at the Rose Quarter include the Annex Garage (350 spaces), West Broadway Garage (554 spaces), East Broadway Garage (533 spaces) and Benton Surface Lot (92 spaces). Parking fees vary according to event and generally run from $8 to $15. Parking lots open at least four hours prior to events, and off-site parking also is available for Trail Blazers games.
Portland offers bus and light-rail train service (MAX) to the Rose Quarter campus, operated by TriMet. For schedules and information, visit the TriMet Web site.