Join the thousands of fans screaming with joy when One Direction comes to Chicago on Aug. 30. The amazing English-Irish boy band has fans all over the world, thanks to their sweet vibe and heavy social media presence, but you can see them in person during this upcoming stop on the 2014 Where We Are Tour. Pick up tickets to see them at Soldier Field in Chicago on Aug. 30, and get ready to make them part of the story of your life. This Saturday night show will be the second of two concerts the band performs in the Windy City.
Soldier Field Seating Information
The stage for the One Direction Soldier Field concert will be positioned directly in front of Sections 249-255 on level with the field. Same-level floor seating is available closest to the stage in Sections A1-A6 and extends to include B1-B6, C1-C6, D1-D6, and E1-E6. Various 100, 200, 300 and 400 Level seats will also be available for the Aug. 30 concert.
Soldier Field General Information
All attendees and their belongings are subject to a personal search and scan upon entering Soldier Field. Bags larger than 12 inches on any side, outside food and drinks, cameras with lenses longer than three inches, coolers, and noisemakers are not allowed in the stadium. Medical bags are permitted, but they must be approved by security through Gate 10 on the southeast side of the stadium.
Soldier Field Parking Information
A number of lots surround Soldier Field for guest parking. This includes the North Garage, South Parking Lot, Waldron Parking Deck, East Museum Lot, Burnham Harbor, and Adler Planetarium Lot. The Chicago Transit Authority, Metra, and Pace buses all service the East Museum lot. All lots include accessible parking, with bus and RV parking restricted to just the Adler Planetarium Lot. Reserve a space in advance for Aug. 30 by clicking "Parking" under the Soldier Field seating chart to view available passes.
Soldier Field Gate Times
Soldier Field doors are scheduled to open 60 to 90 minutes prior to the start of the One Direction concert. The official time is subject to change.