The 2023 BNP Paribas Open will require all attendees to show valid proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 in order to enter the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. No exceptions to this policy will be allowed. All tournament volunteers, staff, sponsors, media, and vendors will be fully vaccinated in accordance with this policy.
Any fan planning to attend the 2023 tournament should visit our Vaccination Entry Requirements page for full instructions on how obtain a digital health pass.
Yes, wheelchair seating sections are located in all of the stadiums. Seating for disabled patrons who do not use a wheelchair is also available. Wheelchair assistance is available from the North, South or East entry gates to both Stadium 1 and Stadium 2. For more information, please contact the Box Office at 800-999-1585.
Seniors, Students, and Military Personnel receive 30% off regular daily Prime Loge tickets for all sessions.
Yes, packages range from two (2) to seven (7) nights and are available at a guaranteed preferred rate for every type of traveler. Complimentary shuttle service is offered from most hotels, visit our Travel Packages page to learn more.
Lost and Found/Security is located in Stadium 2 at Entry G. The Indian Wells Tennis Garden, its owner, and its affiliates, agents and employees are not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
Yes, the official mobile app is available for Apple and Android devices. It features Live Scoring, Match Schedules, Draws and much more. Sign up for alerts to be notified of match results, updates and event promotions.
If you purchase a grounds pass you can go everywhere besides inside Stadium 1.
You may watch the players in action on Practice Courts 1-20, located on the south side of Stadium 1. A schedule of practice times is displayed on information towers adjacent to the practice courts and can also be found on the mobile app.
All courts are outside and open air. The courts are situated on a North/South plan, pending the time of day, there may be shaded seats located on the south, west, northwest and southwest sides of the courts. This only applies to Stadiums 1 and 2.
Fans need a reserved ticket to watch the action in Stadium 1. However, Stadiums 2 and 3 offer both reserved and non-reserved seating.