Ensure your spot at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas on August 7 to witness the international sensations in 5 Seconds of Summer take the stage during the Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour. Beginning as popular YouTube stars in 2012, the band quickly rose to global fame with the release of its first album in 2014, topping the charts in several countries and selling over 2,000,000 copies worldwide. Make the most out of the summer with this Friday night concert as the band plays your favorite hits like "Amnesia" and "She Looks So Perfect."
5 Seconds of Summer Seating Information
Beginning in Row 1, fans can find seating options closest to the action on the stage in the Lower Reserved Level in Sections 100-102, which generally ascend to Row Z. Located right behind those sections are the VIP and Club Box seats, which typically provide guests with special access to the event and premium parking at the 5 Seconds of Summer Dallas concert. For more choices for reserved seating, check out Sections 200-205 in the Upper Reserved Level, or take a look at the general admission options in the Lawn or the VIP Deck Sections. Some 5 Seconds of Summer meet-and-greet passes may also be available to purchase. Click the corresponding button below the seating map for more details.
5 Second of Summer General Information
The following items are not allowed to be taken inside the Gexa Energy Pavilion: food, beverages, cameras with detachable lenses, video or audio recording devices, or lawn chairs. Please note that a patron may not be permitted to re-enter the venue after leaving.
5 Seconds of Summer Parking Information
Parking lots are available at the venue for fans driving to the 5 Seconds of Summer Dallas concert. For most events, parking is included in the purchase of a ticket; otherwise, a cash fee may be required to access the lots. You can also purchase advance VIP parking passes by selecting the highlighted box below the seating chart.
5 Seconds of Summer Gate Times
Usually the Gexa Energy Pavilion opens its gates an hour and a half before a concert starts, but this is subject to change by the day of the show.
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