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The multi-purpose Georgia Dome will be all about football come Dec. 31, 2013, when two of college football's finest battle it out in Atlanta for a shot at postseason glory. Scroll through the venue information below as you prepare for an exciting trip to the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
Georgia Dome Seating Guide
*Visiting team typically occupies the sideline by sections 110-121.
*Home team typically occupies the sideline by sections 101, 130-140.
The Georgia Dome is one of few arenas able to host a wide variety of events, but when it comes to the Chick-fil-A Bowl, the seating is pretty standard for what most football venues feature. Three different tiers of seating are available including the traditional 100, 200, and 300 level options.
The Lower Level covers sideline, corner, and endzone seats for the 100 level, while behind it is the Mezzanine area for 200 level viewing, and lastly is the Upper Level, which is the furthest from the action, but still offers a great view from the sideline, corner, or endzone as well.
Georgia Dome Premium Seating
Watch the Chick-fil-A Bowl in style with any one of the spacious suites the Georgia Dome has to offer. The Executive Suites can accommodate up to 24 people, while the eight Super Suites are some of the newest of the premium seats in the Georgia Dome, and can hold up to 96 guests. The Verizon Wireless Club Lounges provide lots of open space to mingle throughout the game and can provide for 1,000 people, in addition to smaller groups of 100-150.
All suites boast lavish amenities including private dining restrooms, TVs, comfortable seating, and exclusive access to prime parking, entrances, and more.
Georgia Dome Parking, Gate and Tailgating Information
Parking at the Georgia Dome is typically very limited on game days, so plan to arrive early or take advantage of public transportation via MARTA, which may provide more flexible options. For those driving, there will be eight lots to choose from including Red, Orange, Silver, Blue, Gold, Yellow, Green, and Brown. All lots allow tailgating expect for Red and Gold.
Public gates include A, B, and Upper and Lower C and D. Mezzanine-level seats will have a designated gate, while those with suite seats should enter through Gate F. All gates open two hours prior to game time.
Georgia Dome Handicap Access
Limited accessible parking is available in the Red, Silver, and Orange Lots. Eight elevators will be available inside the Georgia Dome, including direct access to the Club and Mezzanine levels if needed. Accessible seating is located in the Lower, Club, and Mezzanine Levels, in addition to the suites.