The Black Keys' Turn Blue Tour will be stopping at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., for two nights in Sept. 2014, and the second and final opportunity to see this blues-rock duo will arrive with a Wednesday night concert on Sept. 24. This GRAMMY Award-winning rock outfit released its eighth studio album, also titled "Turn Blue," in May, and this first release in nearly three years marked The Black Keys' first time reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. During this second night at Barclays Center, The Black Keys will likely play new hits like "Turn Blue" and "Fever" alongside tracks from established albums like "El Camino" and "Brothers."
Barclays Center Seating Information
Tiered seating at The Black Keys Barclays Center show will allow fans to sit in the arena's three main levels, starting closest to the floor in the Lower Level's Sections 1-31. There will also be options farther from the stage in the Middle Level (Sections 102-126) and the Upper Level (Sections 201-231). As you look at the Barclays Center seating chart on this page, you'll notice that some sections with available seating will be located behind the stage. Any listing that has a limited view of the concert due to its placement will include that specific information in its "Notes" section. In addition to these reserved seating options, the entire Floor Level at Barclays Center will be a general admission standing-room-only area.
Barclays Center General Information
No attendees will be allowed to bring bottles, cans, coolers, signs, banners, large bags, backpacks, artificial noisemakers, and recording devices to The Black Keys Brooklyn show. You can't bring any food or drink purchased outside Barclays Center into the concert, but there will be many concessions options available once you enter the arena. Professional cameras and flash photography will not be permitted inside during the show. Re-entry is not permitted for any reason.
Barclays Center Parking Information
Limited premium and general parking options may be available near the Barclays Center. Any available advance passes will be listed for sale under the "Parking" button beneath the venue map on this page. To avoid parking at the venue, take advantage of one of the city's numerous public transit services. Several train lines--including 2-5, B, D, R, and Q--and bus lines (B41 and B45) stop within walking distance of the arena.
Barclays Center Gate Times
The Black Keys concert is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. EST, and although gate times are subject to change, the venue expects to allow fans inside the arena no later than 7 p.m.