Where to Park
University events may occasionally restrict parking — attendants will direct you to the nearest available lot.
The gated Stayer Lot, north of the center, and Stadium Lot are free and open to the public weekdays after 5 p.m. and weekends.
Accessible parking is on the east side of the center. Parking at the center’s entrance is not permitted except in the 10-minute parking zone. You are welcome to drop off passengers before proceeding to a parking lot.
The Visitor Lot is located on the west end of the Walsh Architecture parking lot. No permit is required outside of regular business hours and on holidays.
During regular business hours (Monday–Friday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.), visitors must purchase a permit at the pay station (credit cards only) near the entrance to the lot. The permit must be displayed face-up on the driver’s side of the vehicle’s dashboard, so it is visible to parking enforcement staff.
Parking Validation. Bring us your event and parking ticket from the Eddy Street Commons Garage to park for free during DeBartolo Performing Arts Center events.
Located on the south side of the University of Notre Dame campus and directly north of Eddy Street Commons, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is easy to find. Officially, we are the Marie P. DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts (DeBartolo Performing Arts Center), which is not the same building as DeBartolo Hall.
The first of two facilities gifted in honor of the DeBartolo family, since construction in 1992, Edward J. DeBartolo Hall has become a symbol of Notre Dame’s commitment to the integration of education with technology in academia. DeBartolo Hall is comprised of 73 classrooms representing two-thirds of the total number of classrooms available on campus. DeBartolo Hall is located on Moose Krause Circle just west of Notre Dame Stadium.
Certain events may be hosted at the following locations on campus:
Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Organ recitals that are not held in the Reyes Organ and Choral Hall at the center will take place at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Events held here are not ticketed and free to attend.
O’Neill Hall of Music
The O’Neill Hall of Music is located on the south side of the Notre Dame Stadium.
The LaBar Recital Hall is located at door 7, east of the stadium’s Leahy Gate C.
The LaBar Performance Hall is located at door 10, west of the stadium’s Leahy Gate C.
Free parking is available after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all weekends just south of O’Neill Hall in the stadium lot. All other times, visitor parking is available south of the stadium lot with the exception of football game days when the stadium lot is closed.
Designated parking spaces for vehicles with valid state disability parking permits are available adjacent to the center. Parking spaces are available on a first-come basis. There are also accessible spaces in lots just north of the center.
Wheelchair Accessible Entrances
The main entrances of the center are equipped with power doors. Each of our venues has accessible entrances. The usher staff will assist in directing you to the accessible entrance closest to your seats.
Additional information about traffic notices, construction updates, and shuttle routes can be found on the Notre Dame General Parking Information page. Please contact the Ticket Office at (574) 631-2800 with any questions.