See Patron Services for additional house policies.
In order to create a safe, enjoyable experience for all our guests, Centennial Hall has implemented the following security policies:
Anyone entering premises is subject to a search of personal belongings, including but not limited to inspection of bags, purses, strollers, coats, hats, and wheelchairs.
Bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are not permitted.
Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection, including but not limited to oxygen tanks, diabetes kits, allergy pens, etc.
Centennial Hall will not safeguard any personal belongings or items of any type.
All persons are subject to Arizona Board of Regents and University of Arizona rules and regulations, and the laws of the State of Arizona. The University may revoke the ticket license and eject or refuse entry to persons for violation of these rules, regulations, and laws, disruptive behavior, illegal activity, or other misconduct.
All patrons and their belongings are subject to search upon entering Centennial Hall. By entering our venue, you consent to such screenings which may include bag checks and the use of metal detectors.
The following items are prohibited in Centennial Hall:
- Bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12”
- Weapons of any kind, including but not limited to firearms (permitted or not)
- Video and audio recorders
- Professional quality camera equipment
- Selfie sticks/poles
- Glass or metal containers
- Any outside food or drink, however, medically necessary items will be permitted after proper inspection.
- Illegal drugs or substances
- Folding chairs, seat backs, or seat cushions
- Long golf umbrellas
- Laser pointers
- Noisemakers or horns
- Signs, posters, banners, balloons and flags
- Personal transportation device (i.e. skateboard, bicycle, hoverboard, etc.) that is not required due to disability.
- Parcels, packages, and any items the contents of which are not displayed
- Centennial Hall Staff cannot accept gifts of any kind for the entertainer(s)
Centennial Hall reserves the right to restrict any other items that could pose a safety hazard or restrict the enjoyment of another guest.