Ready to bring down the house? No, not your house … the Gainbridge Fieldhouse. The home court of the NBA’s Pacers and WNBA’s Fever is always rockin’ like a house party when the local teams are playing. Whether the Pacers are battling Central Division rivals like the Pistons, Cavs or Bulls — or the Fever players are bringing the heat to their opponents — roundball fans packed into the retro-style arena have a great time experiencing the athleticism, thrills and drama of pro basketball.

Located at 125 S. Pennsylvania Street, the Gainbridge Fieldhouse (formerly Bankers Life Fieldhouse) is situated in downtown Indianapolis. It has a capacity of 18,000 for basketball games and also hosts concerts and other events. Don’t worry about finding a parking spot nearby because ParkMobile has you covered with Gainbridge Fieldhouse parking reservations to ensure you don’t miss the opening tip-off or any of the action.

Gainbridge Fieldhouse Parking Garage/Lot Options

Parking at Gainbridge Fieldhouse is fairly easy. That’s because there are plenty of garages, lots and street parking nearby.

The parking facilities closest to the fieldhouse are:

  • Virginia Avenue Parking Garage, 155 Delaware St. (a covered garage with 2,200 spots connected to the arena by a sky bridge)
  • 235 S. Alabama St (a huge lot across the street from the arena)
  • 108 S. Delaware St. (a smaller garage across the street from the arena)
  • 126 S. Delaware St. (a garage across the street from the arena)
  • 100-164 E. Chesapeake St. (a lot across the street from the arena)
  • 102 N. Pennsylvania St. (a garage across the street from the arena) Pace Yourself: Parking at Gainbridge Fieldhouse

And if you’re willing to walk a few more blocks and want to save some money, these parking services operate a variety of garages and lots reasonably close to the Gainbridge Fieldhouse:

  • Circle Center, 26 W. Georgia St.
  • 201-225 McCrea St.
  • 240 S. Pennsylvania
  • Union Station Garage, 301 S. Meridian St.
  • 126 W. Georgia St.
  • 109 S. Capitol Ave.
  • 15 E. Washington St.

Although on-street spots can be difficult to find for games and other events, metered street parking is available a few blocks from Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

How Much Is Parking at Gainbridge Fieldhouse?

The private lots surrounding Gainbridge Fieldhouse charge between $10 and $20 for Pacers and Fever games and other events. If you can snag an on-street spot, meters cost $1.50 an hour until 9 p.m., and they’re free on Sundays.

Gainbridge Fieldhouse Public Transportation

If you plan to travel to Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis via public transportation, you have several options:

IndyGo Bus:

  • The 8, 24, 25, 28, and 18 buses stop at the Maryland St/Pennsylvania St. stop, which is one block from the fieldhouse.
  • The 4, 11, 14, 31, 34, and 55 buses stop at the Julia M. Carson Transit Center on E. Washington St., which is a 6-minute walk to the Gainbridge Fieldhouse.


  • Amtrak’s Cardinal line stops at Union Station, which is a 10-minute walk to the fieldhouse.

Pacers Game Parking FAQs

We get it. Driving in circles trying to find a parking spot before the big game can be a headache. To make things easier on you, we’ve brought together answers to a few commonly asked questions about parking at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

What time do the doors open for Pacers games?

The Fieldhouse opens 60 minutes before tip-off for both Pacers and Fever Games. The opening time varies for other events.

Can you take a purse into a Pacers game?

Yes, you can take a purse in Gainbridge Fieldhouse if it’s not too big. The maximum bag size allowed is 4 inches x 6 inches x 1.5 inches. Security will inspect your person, bags, and containers. You’ll find a list of prohibited items here.

Reserve Your Spot with ParkMobile Today

For a stress-free experience that lets you focus on enjoying the game, consider reserving your Gainbridge Fieldhouse parking ahead of time with the ParkMobile App. It’s the smartest way to snag a great deal and eliminate the headache of searching for a parking spot on game day.