Be on hand to see George Strait's farewell tour when it makes one final stop in Atlanta on March 22. Philips Arena will play host to this Country Music Hall of Fame performer, who has released several No. 1 singles over the course of his four-decade career, including "Check Yes or No," "I Saw God Today," and "All My Ex's Live in Texas." In Atlanta, crossover artist Sheryl Crow is scheduled to open the concert. Famous for hits like "The First Cut is the Deepest" and "All I Wanna Do," Crow has sold more than 50 million albums since her debut in 1993.
Philips Arena Seating Information
Fans attending this George Strait concert will have a number of seating options from which to choose. Both acts will perform in the round, so fans on all sides of the arena will have a direct view of the stage. Eight sections of seats will be made available on the floor of the arena encircling the main stage. Farther from the performers, the 100, 200, 300, and 400 levels will all be open during the show. In addition to these stadium-style seating options, there are several party and hospitality suites located throughout the upper levels of the arena as well.
Philips Arena General Information
Strollers are permitted on site, but only guests in suites do not need to check the strollers with guest services. Attendees of all ages will need a ticket for admission.
Prohibited items for the George Strait concert include large bags, backpacks, signs or banners that block views of other guests, professional cameras, audio-video recording devices, outside food and beverages, and artificial noisemakers.
Philips Arena Parking Information
Philips Arena has several parking lots in its immediate vicinity. If parking passes are not available in advance, you can find available spaces on the day of the concert on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Blue and Green Lines of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority rail system stop just outside the arena for attendees that choose to avoid driving. Exit at the Dome-GWCC-Philips Arena-CNN Station for access to the arena.
Philips Arena Gate Times
At Philips Arena, doors typically open 90 minutes before a concert's start time. For this March 22 performance, the doors are scheduled to open at 6 p.m. EST. Keep in mind the time may change in the days leading up to the concert.
Philips Arena Accessibility
All parking lots serving Philips Arena include accessible parking spaces. Each level of seating in Philips Arena holds accessible options for guests, and if accessible seats are not reserved in advance, fans can typically exchange tickets at the box office pending availability. Extra on-site amenities include assistive listening devices, elevators, and escalators. Sign language interpreters can often be reserved for the concert, but the venue requests at least 30 days' notice for the service.