With over 41,000 seats to fill from top to bottom, Nationals Park is quite the experience for every fan, especially with a fun performance by Jason Aldean with Florida Georgia Line on Friday, July 25, 2014. Nationals Park is an expansive stadium with plenty to see, so be sure to look through the venue information below to stay informed about the event.
Nationals Park Seating Information
The stage for Jason Aldean with Florida Georgia Line will be set up in center field, giving fans from all seats in the stadium a premium view of the show. Depending on the artist's preference, there will either be general admission for the outfield or specific seats assigned to fans. There will be a range of prices and options for fans, including field tickets and 100, 200, 300 and 400-level baseball stadium seating available. Although some of the levels have partially covered seating, the only seats that have guaranteed roof coverage are the suite level (300-level) and the upper rows of the club (200-level) and gallery (400-level). The stadium is actually 24 feet below street level, meaning most fans heading to a concert at Nationals Park won't even need to climb any stairs to get to their seats.
Nationals Park General Information
Nationals Park does not permit coolers exceeding 16"x16"x8", large backpacks, alcohol, or any metal, plastic, or glass containers of any kind, with the exception of one factory-sealed water bottle per person. Personal cameras are allowed, but must not have lenses larger than eight inches. The 2014 vendors list is extensive inside the park, with foods ranging from a healthy salad and gluten-free items to steak and the traditional hot dog.
Nationals Park Parking Information
Nationals Park offers several different parking options, including 10 parking garages and lots located at the red, green and orange zones. The red is the most expensive, with the lots located straight outside of the gates, while the green is located several blocks away, and the orange lots are placed a considerable distance away. If you'd prefer not to drive, Nationals Park has several other options available, including the Metrorail, Metrobus, DC Circulator, biking or even a water taxi.
Nationals Park Gate Times
Nationals Park generally opens 2 ½ hours before events, but times are subject to change. Tailgating is permitted at designated lots around the stadiums before the gates open.
Nationals Park Accessibility
Nationals Park is completely accessible for any guests with disabilities. Aside from accessible parking spots, there are a plethora of seating options, accessible entrances, ATMs, elevators, restrooms, drinking fountains and televisions. Wheelchairs will also be available, but be sure to contact Guest Services ahead of time for any requests.