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Smart Araneta Coliseum Seat Plan(for end-stage concerts)
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Concerts and Events at the Smart Araneta Coliseum
The Forbidden Concert: Anne Curtis LIVE!
May 16, 2014 - 8:00pm
Hillsong United Live in Manila
June 13, 2014 - 7:30pm
Jessie J Live in Manila
July 14, 2014 - 8:00pm
TICKETS TO ALL CONCERTS AND EVENTS AT THE BIG DOME ARE AVAILABLE AT:
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GATES, PARKING, DIRECTIONS, CONCESSIONS
CONCESSIONS INSIDE THE SMART ARANETA COLISEUM
➡ BTIC: Better Than Ice Cream - Ice Cream, Shake
➡ Dairy Queen - Ice Cream
➡ De Original Jamaican Pattie Shop - Jamaican Patties
➡ NYFD Fries - French Fries
➡ Pizza Hut - Pizza
➡ Purefoods San Miguel Stall - Hotdog Sandwiches
➡ Snaxx (also serving beers) - Hamburgers, Popcorn, Hotdog Sandwiches, Soda
➡ Starbucks Coffee - Cappuccino, Sandwiches, Doughnut
➡ Taco Bell - Tacos, Nachos, Burritos
➡ Wendys - French Fries, Hamburgers, Soda
Coliseum Circle: Restaurants beside the Smart Araneta Coliseum
➡ Starbucks Coffee
➡ IHOP(Coming Soon)
➡ Dairy Queen
➡ Va Pansiero
➡ Mang Inasal
➡ Kangaroo Jack
➡ North Park
➡ Padis Point
For Patron, Lower Box & Upper Box A/B ticketholders, use: RED or GREEN gate:
Red Gate - Located behind the Farmers Plaza Mall.
Green Gate - Located in front of Shopwise Mall.
For General Admission Ticket Holders, Use: Yellow Gate
Yellow Gate - Located beside the Gateway Mall
Smart Araneta Coliseum Parking building located at the South gate of the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The parking building can accommodate 2,000+ vehicles.
Over 5,000 parking spaces available inside the Araneta Center
Valet Parking located in front of Coffee Bean and Tea Life entrance
Option 1. MRT or Bus: From EDSA, ride a bus southbound to Baclaran or Ayala (make sure signboard says "Cubao Ibabaw") or take an MRT and go down at Cubao.
Option 2. From outside Metro Manila: Bus. If you are coming from the nearby northern provinces such as Bulacan or as far as Baguio or Laoag, the key destination in Metro Manila is Cubao, so there is no problem reaching this area.
From the south:
Option 1.MRT or Bus:From EDSA, ride a bus northbound to Fairview or Monumento (make sure signboard says "Cubao Ibabaw") or take an MRT and go down at Cubao.
Option 2.From Alabang or Muntinlupa, ride a bus northbound to Fairview or Monumento (make sure signboard says "Cubao Ibabaw") go down at Cubao.
Option 3.From outside Metro Manila: Bus. If you are coming from the nearby southern provinces such as Laguna and Cavite or as far as the Visayas and Mindanao, the key destination in Metro Manila is Cubao, so there is no problem reaching this area.
From Manila (Recto, Quiapo, Sta. Mesa) and Katipunan/Rizal area:
Option 1. Jeep or Bus: One can ride a jeepney that is bound for Cubao; these jeepneys pass through Aurora Boulevard and would not fail to stop at Cubao to pick up passengers from the perpendicular EDSA.
Option 2. Bus: There are also MALTC buses coming from Montalban, Rizal bound for Baclaran, that passes through Cubao.
Option 3. LRT2 (Purple Line): Take the Purple Line LRT2 trains and get off at Cubao Station.
Option 4. LRT1 (Yellow Line) + LRT2 (Purple Line): If the LRT1 line is near your area, ride the LRT1 going to Doroteo Jose and transfer to the Recto Station of LRT2 via the connecting footbridge.
Option 1. Bus: there are buses passing through Ayala Avenue coming from Leveriza/Buendia and Baclaran that are bound for Fairview or Monumento, make sure to ride one that has a signboard "Cubao Ibabaw".
Option 2. Jeep + MRT: You can take a jeepney ride going to any of the following stations: Magallanes, Ayala, Buendia, Guadalupe and then ride an MRT.
Option 3. Bus + MRT: Or you can take the bus bound for Cubao, get off at the Ayala, Buendia, Guadalupe MRT station and board the MRT train until Cubao.
For private vehicles: Cubao is just mostly concentrated along the northbound side of EDSA between P.Tuazon Avenue and Aurora Boulevard. The area is very traffic-heavy during normal days (as this is a very busy area compounded by provincial buses for commuters) and expect bumper-to-bumper heavy traffic during Christmas season on both sides.
Read more: http://www.metromaniladirections.com/2010/03/how-to-get-to-cubao.html
- LRT Purple Line 2: Araneta Center-Cubao station
- MRT Blue Line 3: Araneta Center-Cubao station
- Bus A & C: Arayat(Southbound) || Cubao Farmers(Northbound)
- "Cubao, Gateway Mall" sign
- Just mention "Araneta Coliseum"