Garth Brooks has selected Atlanta as the second city on his 2014 world tour, and on Sept. 20, he'll continue his multi-day reign at Philips Arena with an early concert at 6:30 p.m. EST. Diehard fans won't want to miss the opportunity to hear hits like "Good Ride Cowboy" and "The Dance" performed live in this Georgia capital for Brooks' first visit in more than a decade. In addition to his own performance, Brooks will be joined at this Saturday night concert by his wife, Trisha Yearwood. The two are known for delivering compelling live duets of their popular songs, including "The Call" and "In Another's Eyes."
Philips Arena Seating Information
All seating options will be available during the Garth Brooks Atlanta show, including several reserved sections, numbered 1-9, distributed along the Floor Level in front of the stage. The remaining seating areas are tiered levels that surround the arena. The Lower Level stretches around the arena with Sections 101-122, while the Upper Level follows with Sections 301-320. Additional Upper Level seating can be found on one side of the arena in Sections 407-414. On the opposite side of the arena are four rows of suites which will provide attendees with additional amenities during the show, like private bathrooms and in-seat service.
Philips Arena General Information
The staff at Philips Arena will not permit you to bring the following items into the arena: large bags, backpacks, outside food and drinks, recording devices of any kind, and professional cameras. Although you can photograph the Garth Brooks performance with a small, personal camera, flash photography is prohibited. Attendees should also note that both smoking and re-entry will be prohibited.
Philips Arena Parking Information
When you arrive at Philips Arena for the Garth Brooks show, you can park on site in the Centennial, CNN, or Georgia Dome Decks. You can click the "Parking" button underneath the seating chart to view any available advance passes in our marketplace, or you can choose to arrive early and pay for parking on site. Philips Arena is also accessible by public transit, as both of the MARTA trains on the East/West Line stop at the arena.
Philips Arena Gate Times
Doors to Philips Arena usually open about 90 minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin, but times for the Garth Brooks concert series may vary. For a more exact time, get in touch with a member of the venue staff on the day of the concert.