Be sure to catch one of the best-selling bands of all time when the Eagles rock AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, on Oct. 15. As part of the History of the Eagles Tour, the concert will feature many of the band's greatest hits, in addition to deeper cuts and intimate stories and insight to some of the Eagles' most popular songs. This will be one of the last chances to catch this California rock band in the U.S. during the 2014 leg of this acclaimed tour, so don't miss the chance to see Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit share a stage at this fall arena show.
AT&T Center Seating Information
The Floor Level at the AT&T Center will be split into six sections for the Eagles concert, with the stage located on the far side of the arena in front of Sections 113-116. The Charter Level includes even-numbered Sections 4-10 and 20-26 along the sides of the arena. Sections 101-128 make up the Plaza Level immediately behind the Charter Level, and the Upper Level includes Sections 200-231 in the highest level in the arena. Due to the stage position, some sections may be unavailable or offer an obstructed or side view of the performance.
AT&T Center General Information
The AT&T Center does not allow re-entry, and smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the east and west entrances. You may not bring large purses, backpacks, flasks, laser pointers, noisemakers, or any sort of poles or sticks to the performance on Oct. 15. Cameras with detachable lenses and recording devices are also prohibited. You may bring a stroller, but it must be checked at guest services and cannot be brought inside the seating bowl.
AT&T Center Parking Information
More than 7,000 parking spaces are available on the AT&T Center property in several numbered lots. Lots 1-4 are located closest the venue and offer accessible parking. Prices vary by lot, and all the spaces are typically distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
AT&T Center Gate Times
You may enter the AT&T Center at roughly 7 p.m. local time, one hour before the Eagles concert begins on Oct. 15.