On June 28, Katy Perry's Prismatic World Tour will make its fourth stop in North America at Atlanta's Philips Arena. Perry--who was named Billboard's 2013 Woman of the Year--has promised fans a colorful tour that highlights the biggest hits of her still-blossoming career, including a number of selections from her 2013 album "Prism," whose GRAMMY-nominated lead single "Roar" has sold more than six million copies in the U.S. alone.
Philips Arena Seating Information
Perry's stage for the Prismatic World Tour takes inspiration from her latest album title, featuring a triangular-shaped catwalk that encloses a large general admission pit area. The remainder of the Floor Level holds reserved seats, divided between Sections 1-9. Moving upwards, the Lower Level surrounds the floor with Sections 101-118 and Sections 201-222. The Upper Level contains Sections 301-320 and Sections 407-414, the latter of which is furthest from the stage and to the side of the arena. Across from the 400-level sections lies a series of suites (A1-D18), and there are several party and hospitality suites located between the Lower and Upper Levels as well.
Philips Arena General Information
Philips Arena prohibits backpacks, large bags, signs, banners, and outside food and drink. Only personal cameras (no professional cameras) can be used inside without a flash on June 28. Re-entry is strictly prohibited.
Philips Arena Parking Information
A handful of garages, parking decks, and lots are located in the area and will offer parking for Katy Perry fans. Look for parking passes in advance through the box under the seating map, or be prepared to pay for a space on site. Additionally, Atlanta's East/West MARTA line is the easiest public transportation option near Philips Arena.
Philips Arena Gate Times
The venue will aim to open its doors by 6 p.m. EST on June 28, but the time may change.
Philips Arena Accessibility
Philips Arena's guest services department will be staffed on June 28 to provide additional assistance for any attendees that need it. All parking lots are equipped with accessible spaces, and there are many accessible seating options on site. There are also additional amenities, like free assistive listening devices, elevators, and escalators.