5 Seconds of Summer will be taking the stage at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas, on Saturday, Aug. 8, in a featured stop on the band's first global headlining tour. The venture is in support of the group's chart-topping, self-titled debut album, which spawned singles like "She Looks So Perfect" and "Don't Stop." This will be the last night in Texas for 5 Seconds of Summer on the Rock Out with Your Socks Out Tour, so browse our marketplace to ensure yourself a spot to hear favorites like "Amnesia" and "Good Girls" performed live at this Houston arena venue.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Seating Information
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion offers many different seating options for 5SOS Houston fans to browse through. Located right in front of the stage is the Pit section, typically ranging from Rows 1-6, which offers the closest view of the action on stage. Seating selections continue in the Lower Reserved Sections 101-103 in Rows A-Z, usually followed by Rows AA-HH. There are five sections in the Upper Reserved zone (Sections 104-111) which begin in Row A and ascend to Row W. Fans can also enjoy this summer concert from the general admission Lawn section.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion General Information
Attendees are not allowed to take aerosol cans, outside drink, laptops or tablets, strollers, and laser pointers onto the premises. Regular lawn chairs are prohibited at the venue, but specially designed lawn chairs are typically available for rent for about $6. Guests may bring food as long as it's in a one gallon plastic bag, as well as empty plastic water bottles.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Parking Information
There are several parking lots available for patrons who plan on driving to the 5SOS Houston concert. Guests are welcome to use the premiere Gold Lot which will require a fee in order to access it. Otherwise patrons can use the Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, and White lots free of charge.
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Gate Times
Typically, gates will open up one and a half hours before the scheduled start time of an event.
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