There's no shortage of hot events trekking through the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre this year, and Journey and Steve Miller Band on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 is just one of many. Get ready for the upcoming concert by checking out important venue information below.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Seating Information
All of the seating is completely uncovered for the venue, and includes three different tiers. The first tier is closest to the stage, and consists of sections 101-103 with 24 rows in each section. The second tier is made up of sections 201-204, and has 20 rows in each section as well as the sound mixer behind sections 202 and 203. The last tier has eight different sections, 301-308, with 32 rows in each section. In sections 303 and 304, rows A-H may have an obstructed view. All seats at this venue are reserved, and there is no open seating. Check out the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre seating chart to see the precise layout for Journey and Steve Miller Band.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre General Information
There will be hot food, snacks, and beverages, including beer and wine, available for purchase at vendors around the venue. Personal cameras will be permitted, but flash photography, cameras with removable lenses, and video recording is not allowed inside Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. No umbrellas, outside food or beverage, backpacks, large bags, or strollers will be admitted into the venue, but smoking is permitted on the grounds. All guests are subject to a search before entering the premises.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Parking
Parking is located next to the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, and should be included in the price of your 2014 Journey and Steve Miller Band concert tickets. Premier parking is also available for an extra fee, and is located in the lot closest to the venue. Tailgating is strictly prohibited, and per state law, alcohol is not permitted in the parking lots.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Gate Times
Parking lot gates usually open 2.5 hours before the show, and doors to the venue usually open 1.5 hours before Journey and Steve Miller Band takes the stage.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre Accessibility
The Oak Mountain Amphitheatre is handicap accessible for those that need special accommodations to see Journey and Steve Miller Band. Be sure to note while purchasing your tickets that you will need special accommodations for seating, and if any questions arise, contact the venue's guest relations staff.