Paul McCartney is back in the U.S. with his 2014 Out There Tour, and when he returns to Atlanta on Oct. 15, you'll want to be in the audience to see his exhilarating Philips Arena concert live. With more than 50 years of experience on stage, this incredible performer has mastered the art of a live show, and he's sure to play all the hits, from beloved Beatles tracks like "Let It Be" to more recent hits like "New" and "Everybody Out There." his fall concert was rescheduled from a previous date of June 21, but all tickets with the original date will also be honored at this October concert.
Philips Arena Seating Information
During this Paul McCartney Atlanta show, fans will see the iconic musician perform from a stage set up at the end of the arena, near Sections 120-121. The Floor Level will feature Sections 1-9 in front of the stage, divided into three rows across three sections. Philips Arena also features elevated seats in the main bowl, including the Lower Level, featuring Sections 101-222, and the Upper Level, which will include Sections 301-314 and 407-414 for McCartney's performance. A few seats in some sections will have obstructed views of the show due to the placement of the stage.
Philips Arena General Information
Prohibited items at Philips Arena include backpacks, oversized bags, professional cameras, audio-video recording devices, and any drinks or snacks purchased outside the arena. There will be concessions open during McCartney's performance. The venue staff will not allow you to re-enter the arena after you leave. Though this is an all-ages show, strollers are generally prohibited in all the standard seating areas.
Philips Arena Parking Information
There will be many parking options available on Oct. 15 in the several parking decks that surround Philips Arena. Accessible spaces can be found in all of the affiliated parking decks. Public transit can also bring fans to the venue for Paul McCartney's show, as the MARTA system has a designated station for Philips Arena on both the Blue and Green Lines.
Philips Arena Gate Times
The venue plans to open its doors at 6:30 p.m. EST for the Paul McCartney show; however, times are always subject to change.