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View the plan to see where the parking spaces for visitors with a disability card and the entrance for wheelchair users (entrance number 14 of Lotto Arena) are located.

Lotto Arena has special spaces for wheelchair users and their companions. If you are a wheelchair user please call us on 03/400.00.34 (from abroad +32.3.400.00.34) to book a wheelchair space. Make sure to clearly mention that you are a wheelchair user. Or contact us by mail via [email protected].

We will be happy to assist you to the wheelchair spaces in the venue.

Find your seat in Lotto Arena

All visitors, including wheelchair users, enter the Lotto Arena via entrance 14, on the left side of the building. In the entrance hall you will find color signage to the seats. Please check the color mentioned on your ticket.

‘groen’ = green
‘grijs’ = grey
‘oranje’ = orange
‘blauw’ = blue
‘geel’ = yellow

To make the entry in the venue as smooth as possible and to ease the entrance control, we kindly request that every visitor holds his or her own ticket when entering the venue. Staff inside will be happy to assist you and guide you to your seats.

Please note! The seating plan only indicates the color zone of each seat. This seating plan does not make any distinction between price differences of a particular event. Also please note that different seating lay outs are possible in the Lotto Arena. Each organizer of an event is responsible for the pricing of each seat.

Lay lotto View the plan to see where the parking spaces for visitors with a disability card and the entrance for wheelchair users (entrance number 14 of Lotto Arena) are located. Lotto Arena

Police lay charges after large birthday party held inside Toronto storage unit

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TORONTO — Toronto police say they had to shut down a large birthday party at a commercial storage unit that flouted COVID-19 restrictions early Monday.

Police say they responded to reports of a large gathering at the building shortly after 1 a.m. and discovered over 100 people inside the storage unit.

They say a 27-year-old woman was fined $750 for failing to comply with the Reopening of Ontario Act, which limits indoor gatherings to 10 people per facility.

Police say their investigation is ongoing and officers are working with fire services to determine whether any fire codes were violated.

Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg says the storage unit that was rented for the party “was not designed or equipped for this purpose.”

Pegg also says the city responded to 25 complaints related to public gatherings this weekend.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 16, 2020.

Toronto police say they had to shut down a large birthday party at a commercial storage unit that flouted COVID-19 restrictions early Monday. ]]>