Be sure to reserve your seats early for the grand conclusion to Beyoncé and Jay Z's On the Run Tour when it closes up shop at San Francisco's AT&T Park on Aug. 6. This tour-concluding show will be the second straight concert event at the venue, as it was one of only a few lucky sites to be awarded the opportunity to host multiple nights of the award-winning duo. In general, the two-night stint also marks the only concerts scheduled at AT&T Park this summer.
AT&T Park Seating Information
During this AT&T Park concert, fans will be able to watch Beyoncé and Jay Z perform from a stage set up in the outfield. An extended catwalk in the center of the stage will divide two general admission Pits. More reserved seating can be found on the Field Level, as well, with Sections 1-7 closer to the stage and Sections 10-18 standing closer to the infield. The majority of the seating for this show will be located in the venue's standard tiered seating, which ranges from Levels 100-300.
AT& Park General Information
Re-entry may be allowed, but you must receive a hand stamp at the gate in order to be allowed back inside. Smoking, including e-cigarettes, will not be allowed during the show. AT&T Park security will search all bags upon entry, and they will not allow any fans to bring cans, bottles, coolers, signs, banners, and noisemakers inside the gates.
AT&T Park Parking Information
Beyoncé and Jay Z fans should expect to pay for parking on site for the concert. Spaces will be available in Lots A, C, and D at AT&T Park, in addition to the parking options at Pier 48. Public transportation will also be available from numerous locations in the Bay Area, including streetcar, Caltrain, BART, and ferry services.
AT&T Park Gate Times
Gates to the stadium should open between 6 and 7 p.m. on the day of the concert, but the venue may change this time if any unforeseen circumstances arise.