The doors at Burnham Pavilion will open one hour prior to the start of the event.
The following items are prohibited:
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Animals (except service animals)
- Backpacks, bags, purses and coolers larger than 12"x12"x15
- Banners and signs attached to poles
- Bicycles, rollerblades and skateboards
- Cans and glass containers
- Horns and any artificial noisemakers
- Strollers and lawn furniture
- Weapons and firearms
- Plastic containers (larger than 20oz or unsealed)
- Umbrellas (opened in stands)
- Whole fruit
- Smoking is prohibited in all areas inside Stanford Stadium.
For Guest Services, see either one of the Redcoats or the Event Manager positioned at the scorer's table. Lost and found articles are handled with them as well.
Concessions are in the front lobby.
Restrooms are located in the front lobby.
About Burnham Pavilion & Ford Center
Burnham Pavilion, originally known as the "Stanford Pavilion," was built in 1921 at a cost of $153,000. Burnham is home to the men's and women's gymnastics teams, the wrestling team and the men's volleyball team. The pavilion is named after Malin Burnham, a principal donor to the recent renovation project.
Burnham Pavilion has wood flooring with one inch of maple wood.
173 feet by 105 feet.
Ticket Office Information
Burnham Pavilion has two ticket booths that are available for game-day tickets only. Both booths are located on the west side of the pavilion at the main entrance and will open one hour before the event begins.
Please note that MVB and M/W gymnastics are free admission.
All other ticket inquiries, including advanced tickets and tickets to other sporting events, are handled through the main Stanford Athletics Ticket Office, located on the south end of Stanford Stadium at Gate 2. The office is open weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and can be reached at 1-800-STANFORD or through the Tickets link on gostanford.com.
Children under two years of age are allowed in the pavilion without a ticket, but must share a seat with their guardian.
The fixed seating capacity for Burnham Pavilion is 1,421. With allowance for 15 disabled seats, the total seating capacity is 1,436. Burnham Pavilion has a building capacity of 1,950. Seating at Burnham Pavilion is along the wood bleachers on the north, south and west sides of the court. Disabled seating is at the floor level next to the bleachers.