Fleetwood Mac has once again set its sights on Chicago in 2014 and will begin a two-night run at the United Center on Oct. 2. With Christine McVie rejoining the band after an absence of 16 years, this Thursday night concert featuring the band's classic lineup will be a special night for fans. Chicago will be the second city visited on the band's On with the Show Tour of North America.
United Center Seating Information
The stage for the Fleetwood Mac concert at the United Center will have its back to Sections 115-119. The floor of the arena will be converted into six sections of seating, complementing the standard seating in the stadium's Upper, Club, and Lower Levels. Be aware that some of the sections in these elevated levels are located to the rear or side of the stage, and you may have a limited or obstructed view in those areas.
United Center General Information
The United Center prohibits audio and video recording equipment, food and beverages purchased outside the venue, and noisemakers at the Fleetwood Mac concert. Smoking is not permitted in the arena; however, guests may visit the designated smoking area located outside of Gate 7. Re-entry into the arena is prohibited.
United Center Parking Information
The United Center is surrounded by approximately 5,500 parking spaces in a variety of lots, and generally, prepaid parking is available. You can also pay for spots on site. Alternatively, Chicago's public transportation system has several bus and train lines that will provide easy access on Oct. 2.
United Center Gate Times
Gates at the United Center will open at 6:30 p.m. CST for Fleetwood Mac on Oct. 2.