On Aug. 3, Beyoncé and Jay Z will take the stage at Rose Bowl Stadium for the second consecutive night headlining the Pasadena, Calif., landmark during their 2014 On the Run Tour. This electrifying concert experience will feature countless solo and collaborative hits from the record-breaking careers of this superstar couple. Early set lists from the tour have included everything from early joint hits like "03 Bonnie and Clyde" to new solo tracks like "Tom Ford" and "Drunk in Love," so fans at this Sunday night show are sure to hear a comprehensive sampling of songs from these beloved hip-hop icons.
Rose Bowl Stadium Seating Information
For the Beyoncé and Jay Z Rose Bowl concert, there will be seating in the stands and on the field. The stage will be positioned in the end zone in front of Sections 25 and 26, and admission options on the Field Level will include two general admission Pit sections in front of the stage, as well as additional reserved seating in 16 unique sections. You can also choose reserved seats in Sections 3-20 around the stadium bowl. Several premium seating options will also be available during the concert, including suites and luxury boxes. Premium amenities may vary, but they usually include air conditioning, flat screen televisions, comfortable seating, and in-seat wait staff.
Rose Bowl Stadium General Information
No backpacks, large bags, noisemakers, coolers, or outside food or drink is allowed in the Rose Bowl. While small cameras are usually permitted, you will not be able to capture Beyoncé and Jay Z's performance with professional cameras or recording devices. The Rose Bowl is fully accessible, including designated parking, accessible seating, and support for assistive listening devices. You can reach the stadium staff directly if you need to arrange any services in advance.
Rose Bowl Stadium Parking Information
On-site parking can be secured on the day of the concert for a fee. There may also be alternative transit options that you can use to arrive at the Rose Bowl for this Sunday night show, including Park and Ride services, shuttles, and public transit.