The legend himself Paul McCartney is set to rock the Greensboro Coliseum Complex for the first time ever on Oct. 30 as part of his hugely successful Out There Tour. Be sure not to miss out on an evening with one of music's premier performers who at 72 years old, still knows how to put on one of the best live shows around. Equipped with an award-winning catalog chock-full of crowd-pleasing hits from his time with The Beatles, Wings, solo, and more, McCartney's Out There Tour is a must-see for all music fans.
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Seating Information
For the Paul McCartney Greensboro Coliseum Complex concert, he is expected to perform from a stage situated near Sections 10-102 and 131-132. Two sets of Floor Sections A-C will be available directly in front of the stage, with regular Lower and Upper Level seating wrapping around. Due to the location of the stage, certain sections may be unavailable or may offer an obstructed or limited view of the performance on Oct. 30.
Greensboro Coliseum Complex General Information
Flash photography, cameras with detachable lenses, and recording devices are not permitted inside the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. Outside food and drink, laptop computers, backpacks, laser pointers, strollers, and noisemakers are also prohibited. Be aware that all bags, cases, and containers will not be permitted except for small purses and baby travel bags. For the safety of those in attendance, all guests attending the Paul McCartney concert are subject to search upon entering the venue.
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Parking Information
Upwards of 6,000 parking spaces are available in the Greensboro Coliseum Complex's on-site parking lots. Drop-off locations are available at all parking lot entrances, and accessible parking spaces are also available. Bus and limousine parking is usually available as well, but be advised that space may be limited.
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Gate Times
While times are subject to change, Greensboro Coliseum Complex gates will likely open 1-2 hours before the scheduled start time for the Paul McCartney performance on Oct. 30.