Frost Amphitheater Parking

351 Lasuen Street, Stanford, California 94305

NOTICE: Traffic in Stanford by the Frost Amphitheater can get busier at times of the major events. We typically recommend allowing extra time to arrive, park and walk to the venues entrance.

Frost Amphitheater is located at 351 Lasuen Street, at the intersection of Lasuen Street and Roth Way on the Stanford University campus. Your favorite map making software or GPS device will get you to the event on time. We recommend that you arrive no later than 40 minutes before your ticketed event start time. This way you can best avoid missing any of the show while waiting to be checked in and so you can have an easier time finding parking. If you require ADA assistance of any kind, we recommend that you arrive no less than an hour before the show.

Parking Options

Although Frost Amp does provide plenty of parking on-site, space fills up quickly during show nights. Especially during events frequented by university students and alumni. So we recommend that you  purchase a parking pass. You may contact the venue for information on purchasing a parking pass at 650.724.2464. Otherwise, there is a limited amount of free parking available around the venue that will fill up first come first served.

Reserved Parking

Reserved parking in Lot 10 (Eucalyptus Grove) is available for $30. Parking for oversized vehicles and buses is $75. The venue does accept credit/debit card only. All parking lots open at 3:30 PM and close at 11:00 PM.

Accessible Parking

ADA parking is located on Roth and Palm Drive, and is free but limited on a first come, first served basis. Disabled parking, loading, and service vehicle restrictions are enforced at all times.

Biking

Coming in by bike? Bike racks are available in front of Bing Concert Hall (adjacent to Frost Amphitheater) for bikes.

Bay Area Transit

Stanford University is accessible by several transit agencies, making it possible to get to campus from just about anywhere. The Palo Alto Caltrain Station is a 20 minute walk from Frost. All performances will end in enough time for patrons to catch the Caltrain home northbound or southbound, with time to make connections to the BART station in Millbrae.