The Belmont University address is 2002 Belmont Boulevard, Nashville TN, 37212-3757.
The Curb Event Center is an ADA accessible and compliant facility. ADA seating is designated in Sections 102, 106, 113, 117, 119, and 122.
It is a violation of Belmont's Community Commitments and its Substance-Free Campus Policy to consume, possess, or be intoxicated by alcohol or drugs or to be in the presence of alcohol or drugs regardless of your own use, possession, or intoxication on campus.
An ATM is located between the Curb Event Center and the Gabhart Student Center (Location No. 24 on Belmont Campus Map).
Coach Byrd, Coach Brooks and Belmont student-athletes will be available to sign autographs for a select period of time after specified games (check promotions schedule for details). Fans are encouraged to utilize Meet the Bruins Night (Nov. 6) for autograph requests.
BOOKING EVENT SPACE
All Curb Event Center and related space reservations must go through Belmont University Event Services.
Photographers and ENG are permitted to shoot along each baseline of the Curb Event Center, behind the designated blue areas. Access to the mezzanine level camera well, suites, and stands must go through the athletic media relations' office. Photographers and ENG are encouraged to shoot from the stands or safely outside the field of play at E.S. Rose Park.
Photographer and ENG work stations will be provided in the Curb Event Center Media Room as well as along the end of press row.
Images are for personal use only and may not be used for any commercial purposes and may not be re-sold without the express consent of Belmont University Athletics. Fans found to be using images for any unauthorized commercial purpose or found to be re-selling pictures will be asked by Belmont University Athletics to cease and desist from using the images for commercial purposes which may be against NCAA bylaws.
Fans are encouraged to share comments and concerns at email@example.com or text 615-460-BALL.
The Curb Event Center provides several convenient access points for food and drink on gameday, both within the arena and in the Maddox Grand Atrium. In addition, the Curb Cafe, campus Johnson Center dining hall and Belmont Boulevard restaurants provide a wide variety of options and price points. Bruin Bucks are often applicable.
In 2017-18, Belmont University Athletics added courtside seating for home men's and women's basketball games. There are no seats any closer to the game action for any sport at Belmont than the row of courtside seating directly across from the player benches. Due to the high demand for this location, courtside seats can be purchased on a season ticket basis only— no individual game sales are available. Additionally, total seats purchased must equate to an even number. If you are interested, contact Russell Grimm, Director of Athletic Fundraising at 615-460-5668 today!
The Curb Event Center is easily accessible within the Belmont University campus footprint.
Bruin Club members with parking privileges are encouraged to contact Russell Grimm.
Fans are encouraged to utilize the Johnson Center parking garage on gameday. The Johnson Center is located just off of 15th Avenue and Loading Dock Drive on the eastern side of campus. There is free, lighted parking for 1,000 vehicles in a parking garage located underneath the building. Entrances are located here. For more details on parking, please click here.
Public elevators are located within the Maddox Grand Atrium (box office and Belmont Boulevard stairs) and Beaman Student Life Center of the Curb Event Center.
EMERGENCY AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES
In the event of a serious emergency, all Event Staff, Yellow Coats, Ushers, Law Enforcement and Fire personnel are available to assist attendees, including those with disabilities. Information will also be provided over the public address system and on arena videoboards.
Every Belmont University athletic competition at the Curb Event Center is staffed by certified EMS personnel, in addition to university athletic training staff via Elite Sports Medicine. The first aid station is housed adjacent to the athletic marketing tunnel beneath Section 107. Should the need arise, contact a credentialed Belmont athletic staff representative, usher, or security personnel for assistance.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost and Found is located within the Curb Event Center Box Office and is open during normal business hours at 30 minutes following completion of play. If you have already exited the arena, please visit the box office until 30 minutes after the game to claim an item. Any unclaimed items will be moved to campus security.
Officially licensed Belmont Bruin apparel and gifts will be available on basketball gameday at campus store kiosks within the Curb Event Center. To shop the complete line of Belmont apparel and gifts, fans are invited to visit The Belmont Store at its 1700 Portland Avenue location (across the street from the Curb Event Center) or online at thebelmontstore.com. The Belmont Store is a proud partner of Belmont University Athletics.
The national anthem is played or performed prior to each Belmont University athletic event in the Curb Event Center. The national anthem is played or performed during both ends of a home basketball doubleheader.
Fans are encouraged to utilize the Curb Event Center garage and the Johnson Center parking garage on gameday.
The Johnson Center is located just off of 15th Avenue and Loading Dock Drive on the eastern side of campus. There is free, lighted parking for 1,000 vehicles in a parking garage located underneath the building. Entrances are located here. For more details on parking, please click here.
The Curb Event Center parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
If you bring a vehicle to campus, you are responsible for observing all parking rules and regulations as well as all federal, state, and local laws governing the operation of a motor vehicle.
Belmont University reserves the right to regulate the use of motor vehicles on campus and may prohibit the use of motor vehicles by persons who violate university regulations. Belmont University assumes no financial responsibility for theft or damage to motor vehicles or contents for vehicles parked or operated on campus.
Animals, except for trained dogs or service animals assisting guests with disabilities, are not permitted in the Curb Event Center.
Fans are encouraged to review the Curb Event Center security policies and procedures, including gameday bag policy.
Guests entering with medical or child care can receive special assistance at the Curb Event Center Box Office area.
- Standard mobile devices
- Clutch, wallet or wristlets (with or without strap)
- Rain apparel & umbrellas
- Small radios with headphones
- One 14x14x4 bag per person will be permitted for:
- Dietary or medical needs (medications, single serving snack for medical needs, etc.)
- Child care needs (diapers, formula, baby food, baby bottle, etc.)
- Guests entering with medical or child care can receive special assistance at the Curb Event Center Box Office area.
- Water bottles that are clear, plastic and empty
- Canes, walkers or other physical mobility aides
Belmont fans are encouraged to use common sense and accepted stadium and TSA guidelines.
Fans are discouraged from making use of items that obstruct the view of other attendees, or that can be used as projectiles, that interfere with the comfort of other fans, or are deemed inappropriate/hazardous/liability risk by Curb Event Center personnel, and therefore, prohibited.
Upon entry, fans are subject to security check of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Attendees may refuse inspections, but University and Curb Event Center personnel reserve the right to refuse entry. Fans that are found with prohibited items are subject to sanction, ejection from the site of competition, and subject to prosecution under Tennessee Law.
Subject to change.
The following items are not permitted within the Curb Event Center:
- Non-compliant bags (see 'Bag Policy')
- Animals (except assistive animals for guests with disabilities)
- Audio Recording Equipment
- Beverages, brought from outside the site of competition
- Non-compliant and uncredentialed cameras
- Clothing with profane, inappropriate or abusive language
- Coolers and food/beverage containers (exception: approved water bottles)
- Marketing materials, including decorations, confetti, glitter, streamers, balloons
- Food, brought from outside the site of competition
- Illegal Drugs
- Laser pointers
- Markers (permanent) and/or paint
- Noisemaking devices
- Selfie sticks
- Unauthorized signs
- Unauthorized sporting equipment
- Video Recording Equipment, including those that are attached to unmanned aircraft systems or model aircrafts.
- Weapons or items that mimic weapons including but not limited to: (aerosol cans, mace, pepper spray, lighters, matches, firearms, including CCW permit holders, fireworks, pocket knives, knives, spiked bracelets, brass knuckles, martial arts weapons, stun guns, squirt guns, super soakers and chains) or any item deemed dangerous or inappropriate.
- Wrapped gifts or items
All Bruin Sports Networks broadcasts, live and on-demand, can be accessed here.
At Belmont University, we believe taking care of God’s creation is more than a cause. It’s a charge. Which is why we serve as an arboretum to preserve more than 100 species of trees and shrubs, and carefully manage water usage for irrigation. It's why we build and maintain green roofs and construct new buildings to LEED-certified standards. And why we utilize geothermal energy and other innovative systems to heat and cool parts of campus. We think of it as a covenant – the Conservation Covenant – to take good care of that which takes such good care of us. FAQ on Bottled Water Policy.
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Men's and women's restrooms are marked and located throughout the Curb Event Center, Maddox Grand Atrium, and Beaman Student Life Center.
Upon entry, fans are subject to security check of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Attendees may refuse inspections, but University and Curb Event Center personnel reserve the right to refuse entry. Fans that are found with prohibited items are subject to sanction, ejection from the site of competition, and subject to prosecution under Tennessee Law. This applies to all points of entry to the Curb Event Center on gameday.
The use of tobacco is prohibited within the main university campus. This includes all buildings (including residence halls), parking structures, campus walkways, university owned vehicles, and privately owned vehicles parked on university property. This policy applies to all students, faculty, staff, contractors, vendors, and other visitors to all university property. Prohibited tobacco products include, but are not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, pipes, hookahs, all smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes.
In order to create an atmosphere that is conducive to collegiality and efficiency, Belmont community members shall not engage in commercial or charitable solicitation of students or employees of the university during work time. “Work time” is defined as any time when the soliciting employee or the employee being solicited is scheduled to be working. Outside of work time, no one may solicit or distribute solicitation material on University property or use University resources, including e-mail, for such a purpose without proper authorization. Authorization for any type of solicitation must be approved by the Office of Human Resources. Posters or flyers must be pre-approved by the Student Activities Office prior to posting.
Every person, unless under age 2 or exempted in advance through Belmont University Athletics, is required to have a ticket to gain entry to Belmont sponsored athletic events within the Curb Event Center. Tickets may be in the form of:
- Single-game ticket (as part of season ticket book)
- Printed e-ticket (with bar code)
- Mobile ticket
- NOTE: Students may utilize their BUID for admission to Belmont sponsored athletic events within the Curb Event Center (exception Vanderbilt)
Arena doors will open 60 minutes prior to tipoff (90 minutes for Vanderbilt) for fans.
General will call and player pass list attendees are encouraged to enter the arena at the main Curb Event Center Box Office entrance.
Fans should contact the nearest Usher or Yellow Coat for assistance in seating locations, medical emergencies, or for any other assistance on gameday.
Numerous marked water fountains and hydration stations are marked and located throughout the Curb Event Center, Maddox Grand Atrium, and Beaman Student Life Center. Approved water bottles may enter the Curb Event Center, and be utilized at marked hydration stations.