On Nov. 29, Atlanta's The Tabernacle will be filled with the sounds of one of England's most promising up-and-coming rock outfits when The 1975 arrives in town for a headlining set at this historic concert venue. On the road in support of its 2013 self-titled debut, The 1975 will be returning to the Georgia capital for the second time this year to perform modern rock hits like "Chocolate" and "Heart Out" to a packed house. Catch The 1975 at this Saturday night concert and see these international superstars take over this intimate music hall with its infectious melodies and signature black-and-white set.
The Tabernacle Seating Information
The main floor on the same level as the stage will be entirely open, featuring general admission standing-room options for fans that want to get up close to The 1975. For attendees looking for reserved seats for the concert, the Lower Balcony's Sections 201-208 will provide the next closest admission option to the stage. Finally, there are more seats in the Upper Balcony's Sections 301-306, and slightly above that, in Sections 401 and 402. Be aware that some of the sections in the Lower Balcony may include access to a VIP lounge with in-seat service and complimentary food. The "Notes" section for each individual listing will display a customized description of what's featured with each option for sale in our marketplace.
The Tabernacle General Information
Oversized bags or backpacks are not permitted inside the venue, and there is no coat check on site for concert attendees. In addition to large bags, you will not be able to bring items like signs, banners, video recorders, or professional camera equipment to The 1975 Atlanta concert. Fans can generally take photos with personal digital or disposable cameras during the concert, but flash photography is expressly prohibited. Re-entry and smoking are also prohibited at The Tabernacle.
The Tabernacle Parking Information
Parking for this concert will be available in a number of nearby structures and parking lots. Fees will vary depending on the lot you select, but many will only accept cash on site. Atlanta's public transit system, the MARTA, can connect fans with the venue via the Peachtree Center Station on the Red and Yellow Lines. The station is just about a five-minute walk from the concert hall.
The Tabernacle Gate Times
Doors for The 1975 Atlanta concert should open by at least 7 p.m. EST. The concert is scheduled to start an hour later, at 8 p.m., but be aware that times can change on the night of the event.