Parking & Accessibility

 

Betty Van Andel Opera Center

Parking and Directions

Valet parking is available for Opera Grand Rapids productions and Vocal Arts Series concerts held at the Betty Van Andel Opera Center.

Parking is available on the streets surrounding the Opera Center in addition to private lots made available for opera patrons as outlined below. Special needs parking is available upon advanced request.

  • Salvation Army lot located at 1235 Fulton Street East
  • Schnitz Bakery lot at 1301 Fulton Street East
  • Holland Home Fulton Manor lot off of Grace Street located at 1450 Fulton Street East
  • Patrons are permitted to park on the farthest west row of the Family Fare parking lot at 1415 Fulton Street East
  • Street parking is available surrounding the Opera Center

 

Accessibility

Special needs seating is available upon advance request.

 


DeVos Performance Hall

Parking and Directions

Parking facilities at DeVos Performance Hall are managed by the City of Grand Rapids.  Metered parking is also available on the streets surrounding the convention center.

  • Parking meters are enforced Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
  • Parking meters on Monroe Center are enforced on Saturday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
  • Parking meters are free after 5 p.m. — unless they are marked as enforced.

Please refer to the provided map for parking locations and rates, or contact The City of Grand Rapids Parking Services at 616-456-3290.

Visit the City of Grand Rapids website for more information about parking in downtown Grand Rapids.

View driving directions to DeVos Performance Hall.

 Accessibility

Accessible seating is available upon request. Drop-off curb cutouts are available at the front entrance of the theater.

DeVos Performance Hall features a Tele-coil Hearing Loop system for the hearing impaired. The system allows hearing aids to serve as wireless loudspeakers, delivering clear, sharp, customized sound right inside the ear. An induction loop system transmits magnetic energy to telecoil-equipped hearing aids through a wire that surrounds the audience. Patrons simply flip a switch on their hearing aid and the sound is transmitted directly into their ears.