The year 2014 is a special one for Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies. In addition to celebrating its 10th anniversary, the baseball stadium will host an Aug. 1 concert featuring Jason Aldean with special guest, Florida Georgia Line. The Friday evening show will be just one of several stadium stops the country music superstars will be making throughout the summer as part of the Burn It Down Tour.
Citizens Bank Park Seating Information
Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line will be stationed in centerfield for the Citizens Bank Park show. Choose seats in Field Sections AA-MM to be positioned in close proximity to the stage. Standard stadium-style seating also will be available for the performance, and includes Sections 108-139 and A-G behind home plate. These areas are then followed upwards by Sections 206-237, Sections 306-333, and Sections 412-434.
Citizens Bank Park General Information
Prohibited items for the Jason Aldean Citizens Bank Park concert include coolers, thermoses, cans, glass bottles, open containers, professional cameras, and large bags. Re-entry will be strictly prohibited, and smoking is only permitted near the Third Base and Left Field Gates. Umbrellas and strollers are allowed, but strollers must fit beneath a stadium seat.
Citizens Bank Park Parking Information
Public transportation is the recommended way to arrive at Citizens Bank Park on Aug. 1. The AT&T Station on SEPTA's Broad Street line is closest train stop to the ballpark, but the No. 4 and 17 buses also service the area. If you choose to drive to the stadium, there are more than 20 official parking lots in the area, in addition to a number of privately owned structures and street parking. Fees will vary at each lot.
Citizens Bank Park Gate Times
For the Aug. 1 concert, the park plans on opening its gates 60-90 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of 7 p.m. EST, though this may change.
Citizens Bank Park Accessibility
Several of the preferred lots around Citizens Bank Park provide accessible parking spaces, and the SEPTA transit system is accessible. In addition to various accessible seating areas, the venue provides wheelchair transportation, elevators, and accessible entrances, restrooms, and concession stands.