Two of the hottest acts in country music, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line, have paired up for Aldean's 2014 Burn It Down Tour, and fans in Auburn Hills, Mich., will get a second chance to see the amazing double bill when the two acts return to the Palace of Auburn Hills for a second consecutive night on Oct. 11. This Saturday night concert will likely feature many of the biggest hits these artists have had most recently, including tracks like "Night Train" and "Cruise."
Palace of Auburn Hills Seating Information
The stage for the Jason Aldean Auburn Hills concert will be positioned in front of Sections 106-108. There will be two general admission Pits in front of the stage that will be divided by an extension out to a smaller "B" stage. If you prefer reserved seating on the Floor Level, you can opt for something in Sections A-F, which are closer to the rear of the arena. The Lower Level, with Sections 101-126, stands just above the Floor Level and wraps around the arena. The Upper Level seats also wrap around the stage in Sections 201-230.
Palace of Auburn Hills General Information
Alcohol, containers of liquid, video and sound recording devices, and food or drinks bought outside the Palace of Auburn Hills is prohibited. Umbrellas, binoculars, and banners with no sticks attached can be brought inside to the concert. Guests must refrain from disruptive behavior and smoking, and re-entry to the venue will be prohibited once you've left.
Palace of Auburn Hills Parking Information
The Palace of Auburn Hills offers plenty of parking for cars, limos, buses, and RVs. You may have to pay extra if you have an oversized vehicle when you arrive at the lots on the day of the Jason Aldean concert. The parking lots at the Palace of Auburn Hills are scheduled to open at 4:30 p.m. Guests may tailgate or picnic, but no alcohol is allowed in the parking lots.
Palace of Auburn Hills Gate Times
Expect the gates to the Palace to open by 6:30 p.m. EST.