NEC, Perimeter Road
0121 780 4141
The Genting Arena is working in partnership with DisabledGo, to produce detailed pan-disability accessibility guides for all areas of the arena.
The accessibility information in the guide aims to assist guests with disabilities and visitors to the arena so they can find out about access in advance.
The Genting Arena has been visited and assessed in person by a highly trained DisabledGo surveyor, who has looked at a whole range of accessibility features.
Every aspect of the arena has been surveyed and below you will find the access guides to these facilities. Based on the purpose of your trip, your designated seat location or facilities you want to use, you can use the links below to plan your visit to the Genting Arena.
Getting to Genting Arena
Information on getting to Genting Arena can be found here.
.The Genting Arena has two main car parks (S1 car park and S3 car park). The access guide to these car parks and information on getting to the arena can be found here.
Information about ticket offices and ticket counters can be found in the Box Office access guide.
Arena Concourse Areas
The Genting Arena has three main concourse areas split over three levels; ground floor, lower level Eastside and lower level Westside. Each concourse area has its own food and drink areas and toilets. Below you will find the information for each concourse area :
Forum Live Concourse
The Genting Arena has one Changing Places facility available. The Changing Places is located on the Westside Concourse of the arena.
Food and Drink
The Genting Arena has three main operations selling snacks, meals and drinks; Forum Live Concourse, Lakeside Concourse and Westside Concourse. Below you will find the information for each food and drink area:
Forum Live Concourse
Information for visitors and guests about hospitality areas can be found in the Hospitality section of the guide.
Designated Seating and ArenaGenting Arena has a designated wheelchair platforms. Below you will find the access guide for the wheelchair platform and the arena seating.
Backstage tours and 'meet and greets' can be made available dependant on performances and promotors. You can find information about the backstage areas and dressing rooms in the Backstage Area access guide.
Birmingham City Council
We also have DisabledGo accessibility guides to the rest of Birmingham in our Birmingham City Council guide, including shops, hotels and restaurants.