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U8.8 miles from White River Amphitheatre ( 18 mins )
6- Kimberly: "Overall very nice place to stay. The fitness room was well equipped and the pool was nice. The place seemed packed on the weekend that we stayed but was still very quiet."
U7.0 miles from White River Amphitheatre ( 14 mins )
6- Kathy H: "Nice; clean accommodation; easy parking; enjoyed our visit; will come back."
U9.2 miles from White River Amphitheatre ( 19 mins )
6- Sheila: "This hotel worked out well for us. The staff was kind and the pool was fun."
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White River Amphitheatre, Auburn

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Directions to White River Amphitheatre, Auburn

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From Seattle area:
I-5 to Highway 18 (exit 142A)
Hwy 18 East to the Auburn Way/Enumclaw exit
At end of off-ramp, turn left onto Auburn Way S/ SR 164
You will pass the Muckleshoot Casino on your left. The venue is 5 miles past the casino on your right.

From Bellevue/Eastside area:
I-405 South to SR 169/Maple Valley Hwy (exit 4)
Travel SR 169 South through towns of Maple Valley and Black Diamond to SE 400th Street (approx 22.5 miles).
Right onto SE 400th to SR 164
Left onto SR 164 South-venue is on right

From Tacoma/Kitsap Peninsula area:
I-5 to Puyallup/River Road (exit 135)
SR167 through Puyallup to SR 410 East
Travel SR 410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx 15 miles)
Left onto 244th Ave SE to SR 164-(turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River).
Left onto SR 164
Venue is 5 miles on left.

From Olympia/Portland area:

I-5 to SR 512 (exit 127)
SR512 to SR 410 East
Travel SR410 through towns of Bonney Lake and Buckley (approx 15 miles).
Left onto 244th Ave SE to SR 164-(turn is beyond Buckley after you cross the White River).
Left onto SR 164
Venue is 5 miles on left.

Parking at White River Amphitheatre, Auburn

Plenty of well-lit parking on-site. Parking fee is included in the ticket price. No fee at event. VIP Parking (paved parking lot) available in advance through Ticketmaster for $20.00 per vehicle. If available-VIP Parking will also be available the day of the event. Paved, accessible parking available near main gate. No additional fee charged.

Public Transportation to White River Amphitheatre, Auburn

Metro Bus service is limited.

RV's and buses and other large capacity venicles are welcome at no additional charge.

Venue served by area taxi companies.

White River Amphitheatre Reviews

This venue is ranked #1 of 1 rated venue in Auburn


OVERALL AVERAGE SCORE: Very Good | 4 out of 5

from 4 reviews
75% Recommend


Pleasant | 3 out of 5

BY: , Olympia

People are advised to arrive early due to very poor traffic conditions, but the gates to parking don't open until 5 and the doors don't open until 6. This means at least two hours waiting in the hot sun and getting hungry and thirsty. To then find that the food vendors are not ready to serve (two of them didn't even have cash in the tills) makes for temper tantrums in the crowd. I suggest that the venue owners allow the concession people into the facility well ahead of the opening times.

Pros: Bathroom facilities are extraordinarily large! :)
Cons: None of the vendors were ready to go when the doors finally opened at 6:00.

Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: , Vancouver, BC
Sun, 26 August 2012

This place is pretty neat. Kind of a day-at-the-fair feel with the show you paid to see at the end. Yes, go early to avoid line-ups and traffic. Yes, you'll get home late. Yes, the food is expensive and unhealthy. But it's not so bad if you know what to expect. Again - like going to the fair but with mostly adults and their varying degrees of drunk. It's true that you can only drink in the beer gardens, but it seems to me like people are familiar with the concept of arriving early and getting as much beer down as they can before the show starts. It's two drinks per person at a time which is pretty exciting for us from British Columbia. All that to say that there is no need to worry about sobriety at your seat if you can drink beer quickly. What this place really needs is better infrastructure to get its patrons there and back home without having to drive, as it kind of sucked that the boyfriend had to watch me drink after his allocated beer. Hopefully this is in the plans for the future of this venue. But for now, if you drive, drink responsibly and keep some snacks and maybe a caffeinated beverage in your trunk for the ride home.

Pros: Beautiful surroundings; plentiful good local beer and no washroom line ups.
Cons: The getting home part.

Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: , Springfield, Oregon
Thu, 5 July 2012

Pros: Extremely nice venue to go to.
Cons: Takes 3 hours to get out after a concert - really sucks.

Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: , Auburn
Wed, 31 August 2011

We had a great time at the concert. It would have been nice to get to go down front and dance and see the performer up close but that was strictly prohibited. It was a good experience overall.

Pros: Good Sound
Cons: Parking and no dancing area

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