Beloved superstar of American country music Blake Shelton will be taking his latest show to the stage at California's Save Mart Center this fall. On Sept. 11, Shelton and his Ten Times Crazier Tour will be rolling onto the Fresno State campus for this arena concert with all his latest hits, including the single "My Eyes," which helped extend Shelton's record-setting string of 13 consecutive No. 1 country singles. Opening acts for this Thursday night show should include Easton Corbin and Jana Kramer.
Save Mart Center Seating Information
The Blake Shelton Fresno concert offers fans three levels of seating. Closest to the stage will be Floor Level Sections 1 and 2, which stand on either side of the arena floor divided by a thin walkway extending from the stage. There are six additional reserved seating sections, numbered 3-8, that stand farther back on the Floor Level. The majority of seats for the concert will be spread between the main Save Mart Center seating bowl, which includes a lower 100 Level and an upper 200 Level. As you look at seats in the bowl, note that listings in Sections 112-113, 119-120, 214, and 224 will likely have an obstructed view of Shelton's stage.
Save Mart Center General Information
You can bring small handheld banners or signs to the Blake Shelton performance, but items like noisemakers, large bags, backpacks, coolers, and outside food or drink will not be allowed in Save Mart Center. Anyone who leaves the concert will not be allowed to re-enter, and while smoking is prohibited in the arena, there will be a designated area outside the southeast lobby.
Save Mart Center Parking Information
Blake Shelton fans arriving at the Save Mart Center by car will be expected to pay a flat fee to park in the on-site lots. There are generally spaces for limos, buses, and RVs, as well, but the cost of parking is usually higher for these oversized vehicles. The center's limited accessible spaces will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Tailgating is prohibited.
Save Mart Center Gate Times
Doors to the Blake Shelton concert will open at least an hour before he is scheduled to be on stage, at 7 p.m.