It's been four years since Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released a studio album, but in 2014, the legendary rock outfit is celebrating its return to new music with the Hypnotic Eye Tour. The ongoing trek takes its name from the latest Petty album, and Inglewood, Calif., will be the last city to host the tour when the band headlines the L.A. Forum on Oct. 10. In addition to a full set from the "Refugee" hit-makers, attendees at this fall concert will also be able to watch "Valerie" vocalist Steve Winwood light up the arena as opening act.
L.A. Forum Seating Information
During the Tom Petty concert, the performers will share sets from a stage that sits in front of Sections 116-121 at floor level. In total, there are 13 sections of seating that will be arranged on the Floor Level, with Sections A-E nearest to the front of the stage, followed by Sections F-K. Sections 1-3 will be the final options on the arena floor and will be located at the far rear of the venue. If you prefer to have a more elevated view of the Tom Petty L.A. Forum show from a stadium-style seat, you can select seats in the Lower Bowl's Sections 101-136 or in the Upper Bowl's Sections 201-236.
L.A. Forum General Information
Guests will not be allowed to bring outside food or drink, artificial noisemakers, signs, banners, and large bags into the L.A. Forum. All persons and bags are subject to search upon entrance, and bags must fit comfortably under your seat to be allowed inside the arena. Binoculars are allowed for your viewing enjoyment. Non-professional and disposable cameras are allowed, but video cameras and audio recording devices are prohibited.
L.A. Forum Parking Information
Paid parking lots associated with the venue generally accept cash and major credit cards on the day of L.A. Forum events. There are numerous options for general car and van parking on site, and there are also a handful of accessible spaces that can be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
L.A. Forum Gate Times
Doors are scheduled to open no later than 6:30 p.m. PST, approximately one hour before the concert begins.