Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some frequently asked questions by our customers.

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Your Questions, Answered

Do you have a dress code?

We do not enforce a dress code. Business casual attire is typical.

What are premium dinner seats?

Premium dinner seats are available by prepaying a $39 per person food and beverage minimum in addition to your ticket purchase. These seats offer some of the best sightlines in the house. The $39 is only good on the night of the show and is only redeemable on food and beverage. Tax, gratuity, and any overage will be settled with your server at the table. Refunds will not be issued for any unused portion. These tickets are available by phone or in person only.

What if I need disability seating?

We do offer accessible seating. Please call the box office if you have concerns about accessibility.

Do I need to buy premium dinner seats to have dinner?

No, a full food and beverage menu is available from every seat in the house. The kitchen is open for both the early and late shows.

Are you a 21+ venue?

We are an all ages venue. Children are allowed but some performances may not be appropriate for children due to volume or content concerns.

Where do we park?

The Dakota does not provide validated or valet parking. A large blue ‘P’ is the symbol for public parking. The Target store has a parking ramp that is accessible to us by skyway. The entrance is on LaSalle Ave between 9th and 10th street. Use the public parking entrance for a discounted night rate. Metered parking is available on the street.

I had an emergency come up. Can we get a credit on our tickets?

We do not issue refunds or exchanges on tickets. Tickets are a buy at your own risk item. Please keep this in mind when making your purchase. If you are not able to attend, you are welcome to sell or give away your tickets. Please contact the box office for assistance.

How do I become an A Train member?

Members pay an annual fee for their membership. Benefits include preferred seating, free and discounted tickets, and other special offers throughout the year. Full details on pricing and benefits are available by clicking on A Train at the bottom of the page.

Can I use my gift card to buy tickets online?

Gift cards are not compatible with our online sales system. You can use your gift card in person or over the phone if you have the gift card number.

Do we have to pay a box office fee if we buy tickets in person?

All advance tickets are charged a per ticket fee, whether they are done in person, online, or via phone. The fee ranges from $2 to $6, depending on the price of the ticket. We do not charge this fee at the door on the night of the show, however seating is not guaranteed.

What time does seating start?

If a show is scheduled to start at 7:00, doors typically open at 5:30. For a show listed at 9:00, doors usually open at approximately 9:00 and the show will start around 9:30.  If you have tickets for a 9:00 show, you may be able to have dinner in the back dining room before the show depending on availability. Call the host stand at 612.332.1010 for more information.

Can I come in for dinner if I don’t have show tickets?

Yes, we do offer dinner to non-ticket holders, based on availability. Call the host stand at 612.332.1010 for more information.

Floor Plan & Seating

The Dakota can accommodate 250 – 350 guests. The mezzanine overlooking the stage in the Club can accomodate 90 standing or 60 seated guests. We have 2 private dining rooms, each holding up to 30 seated guests, while the main dining room can be made private for up to 70 guests. Click here to see an enlarged PDF.

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“My favorite concert venue. Its like having the artist unplugged in your living room even if they aren’t. Intimate setting, great food and ambiance. Love the Dakota.” –Tiffany Q. Morrison