The legendary Garth Brooks will keep the show going in Atlanta on Sept. 26 when he and special guest Trisha Yearwood return to Philips Arena for a sixth performance in the Georgia capital. This Friday night concert falls toward the tail end of the record-setting run at the venue and is not to be missed, especially considering the fact that Brooks has not been back in the city since 1996. Virtually no details have been released regarding the set list or what fans can expect performance-wise during the trek, though Brooks is reportedly set to release a new album before the year is up, so a new track or two may be introduced over the course of the night, while an on-stage collaboration with Yearwood is probably likely as well.
Philips Arena Seating Information
The stage for this Garth Brooks Philips Arena concert is expected to be stationed in front of Sections 119-122. Beginning with seating closest to the performers, the venue offers rows of Floor Sections spanning 1-3, 4-6, and 7-9, while the 100 and 200 Levels also will be open for the show. Be sure to check out the seating chart on this page as some sections may be located to the side or behind the stage, resulting in limited or obstructed views, and listings that include such restrictions will have such details denoted as such in the "Notes."
Philips Arena General Information
Expect standard Philips Arena rules to be in effect during this Garth Brooks stop in Atlanta on Sept. 26. Items like outside food and drink, large bags and backpacks, noisemakers, laser pointers, and professional audio and video recording equipment are all typically prohibited at events. The use of personal cameras is usually allowed, though may come with restrictions regarding flash during the performance. All inside areas of Philips Arena are smoke-free, but guests can utilize designated areas outside of the venue that don't require re-entry. Contact Philips Arena staff in advance of the concert for more precise details regarding this concert.
Philips Arena Parking Information
Multiple transportation options are available to Garth Brooks fans attending the Sept. 26 concert including public transit options and garage parking. While the schedule is subject to change, typically, blue/green/red/gold MARTA lines can be taken to the Philips Arena stop. Meanwhile, parking garages around downtown Atlanta also will have space available on a first-come, first-served basis and expect fees to vary on the day of the show.
Philips Arena Gate Times
Gates times at Philips Arena generally vary, but typically, guests can begin entering the venue 1-2 hours before an event's expected start time.