Brantley Gilbert will be on hand in Music City on Dec. 5 to perform at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena during one of the final stops on his fall 2014 Let It Ride Tour. Gilbert's third studio album, "Just As I Am," was released earlier this year, and it became his first-ever No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. During this upcoming winter arena concert, Gilbert is sure to treat the crowd to live performances of many of his favorite hits from the recent record, including the Platinum-certified "Bottoms Up." Sing along to these new tracks while hearing seasoned hits like "Country Must Be Country Wide" when this ACM Award-winning singer takes the stage. Thomas Rhett and Eric Paslay are expected to join as special guests.
Bridgestone Arena Seating Information
The Brantley Gilbert Nashville concert will take place on a stage near Sections 110-111. If you want to be up close to the action, choose a standing-room admission option in the GA Pit that runs up along the front of the stage. Otherwise, you can opt for reserved seats that will be set up on the same Floor Level in Sections 1-6. The permanent seats in Bridgestone Arena's main seating bowl will also be open for this concert. Beginning closest to the floor, there are seats available in the Lower Level (Sections 101-120), as well as in the Middle Level (Sections 201-224), and Upper Level (Sections 301-333).
Bridgestone Arena General Information
All children in attendance over the age of two will need a ticket to enter the Brantley Gilbert Nashville concert. Strollers can only be brought into the arena if they can fold up under a standard stadium seat. Other prohibited items may include, but are not limited to, large bags, backpacks, cameras that have detachable lenses, audio or video recorders, and outside food or drink. Also, smoking is not permitted inside the arena, but re-entry is also prohibited during the concert.
Bridgestone Arena Parking Information
There are many places to park in downtown Nashville during the concert, including the attached Grand Avenue Garage. Additional structures and lots that are not affiliated with Bridgestone Arena may also be open to concert attendees. If no advance parking passes are currently on sale, you can also pay for parking when you arrive.
Bridgestone Arena Gate Times
Doors to Bridgestone Arena are scheduled to open at about 6 p.m. CST, or one hour before the Brantley Gilbert Nashville concert is slated to begin. All times are subject to change.