Songs like "Tell Her About It" and "We Didn't Start the Fire" are a few of the hits that have made music legend Billy Joel famous since he released his debut album more than 40 years ago. With so many hits, the Billy Joel concert at Nationals Park is set to be one long sing-along in this beloved open-air stadium. Grab your tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime concert held outdoors at this Washington D.C. landmark when Joel performs in the nation's capital on July 26, 2014.
Nationals Park Seating Information
The Billy Joel concert stage is slated to be set up in center field to provide the best vantage point for all guests. Seating will be made available in all levels of the stadium--including on the field level--but some sections located behind the stage will be closed off during the show. On the suite level, the 300 Level seats are guaranteed be located under a roof, as are some portions of the 100 and 200 Levels, but most seats will be open to the elements.
Nationals Park General Information
Fans are prohibited from bringing any kind of cooler, large bag or backpack, inflatable items, and artificial noisemakers to the concert on July 26. Additionally, the only outside beverage you may bring is one sealed bottled water per guest. You may have a camera if the lens is less than 8 inches in diameter, but all recording devices (both audio and visual) will not be allowed inside the Billy Joel Nationals Park concert.
Nationals Park Parking Information
Nationals Park has over 10 different parking garages near the venue. The pricing varies according to the physical relationship to the stadium, with some parking spaces available directly outside the gates. If you do not wish to drive, the area has buses, train lines, and even water taxis available. Be sure to check the transportation schedule on July 26 to review available options.
Nationals Park Gate Times
Between one and two hours prior to the Billy Joel concert, the National Park gates are scheduled to open. Fans are usually allowed to tailgate at certain lots around the stadium prior to the gates opening.