Los Angeles fans can catch Paul McCartney's performance in their city on Aug. 10 when the iconic musician headlines Dodger Stadium for a huge concert on his 2014 Out There Tour. Even after more than 50 years on stage, this legend is still rocking out for fans of all ages. McCartney has not performed in Los Angeles for four years, so this event is a must for California fans of the "Hey Jude" singer.
Dodger Stadium Seating Information
On Aug. 10, the legendary Paul McCartney will be performing from a stage situated in the outfield. The Field seating area will be split into Sections A-N, and the Baseline Club seats offer the next-closest view of the concert. Sections 1-53 make up the Box and Preferred Field seats, and Sections 101-168 make up the Loge Level. More seats will be located in the Reserved MVP, Preferred Reserve, and Top Deck Levels, which make up the remainder of the infield seating.
Dodger Stadium General Information
When packing for the Paul McCartney concert, keep in mind that outside food and drinks, signs, banners, large bags, umbrellas, and glass bottles are prohibited at Dodger Stadium. You may take pictures with your small still camera on Aug. 10, but video recorders and professional camera equipment are not permitted. For the safety of all fans, any bags brought into Dodger Stadium are subject to search.
Dodger Stadium Parking Information
Dodger Stadium offers plenty of preferred parking and general parking around the venue, but several off-site parking lots are located within a short walking distance if the on-site lots fill up early for this Sunday night performance.
Dodger Stadium Gate Times
The doors of Dodger Stadium normally open two hours before an event. As the Paul McCartney Los Angeles concert is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. local time, the doors should open near 6 p.m.