The home of the San Francisco Giants, AT&T Park, will have the honor of hosting the final two dates of the On the Run Tour beginning with this Tuesday night concert on Aug. 5. Co-headlined by power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z, the trek is scheduled to last just over a month, and only San Francisco and Pasadena have been selected to put on multiple nights of the most anticipated tour of the summer.
AT&T Park Seating Information
The concert stage for the Beyoncé and Jay Z AT&T Park performance will be situated in center field. Those interested in field seating will have a variety of different options including two Pit sections separated by a catwalk and located directly in front of the stage. Behind that will be 18 different Floor sections spread out across the outfield. Look over the seating map on this page to get a better idea of where each section resides. Standard stadium seating also will be available in the 100-300 Sections, though note that some may have limited or obstructed views. Packages may also be offered for the concert and can be found in the listings on this page.
AT&T Park General Information
For security reasons, you may not bring items such as glass bottles, cans, alcoholic beverages and large banners to the Beyoncé and Jay Z concert. Guests are usually permitted to bring cameras and video recording devices into AT&T Park as long as they do not interfere with the concert experience for other fans. The San Francisco venue is a smoke-free facility, including electronic and vaporized smoking. Re-entry is usually allowed, but restrictions may apply for special events.
AT&T Park Parking Information
More than 4,000 parking spaces will likely be available at Pier 48 and in the venue's parking lots A, C and D located across the China Basin Channel. Lots will open approximately three hours before the concert begins. A bicycle parking lot is located on the Portwalk, and accessible parking is available in all lots.
AT&T Park Gate Times
AT&T Park gates generally open two hours before the start of events, but times may vary in the case of Beyoncé and Jay Z concert in San Francisco on Aug. 5.