As Monster Jam roars its way into the Georgia Dome, be prepared for all the action by reading through our detailed venue guide. Every Monster Jam event is packed with the exciting, raw energy of these ferocious monster trucks, so be sure to secure your seat for the thrilling live entertainment taking place on January 10, 2015.
Georgia Dome Seating Information
The Georgia Dome is primarily comprised of three different levels: 100, 200, and 300. The 100-level sections range from 101-140, the 200-level from 200-251, and the 300-level from 301-352.
For this event, pit passes may be offered for sale separate from tickets. Please read the "Notes" section for any listing, as pit passes typically require a separate ticket for entrance to the event, though some may be included with a ticket purchase.
Georgia Dome General Information
Most events at the Georgia Dome allow small cameras, but professional cameras are always prohibited. Other items not allowed within the venue include: outside food and drink, coolers, bicycles, backpacks, and any artificial noisemakers. Radios are permitted, but must be used with headphones.
Strollers are allowed inside the venue but must be checked at the gate. Children shorter than 33 inches are usually allowed without a ticket, but must sit with a parent or guardian.
Georgia Dome Parking Information
Surrounding the Georgia Dome are seven available lots. Not all of these may be open during your event, so it is highly recommended to purchase parking before the day of the event if possible.
Tailgating is allowed within the flat lots only (not within the garages). All tailgating equipment must be contained within the same parking space as the vehicle.
Georgia Dome Gate Times
The gates typically open several hours before the start of Monster Jam, and guests also can keep an eye out for special festivities leading up to the start of the event as well.
Georgia Dome Accessibility
Private, accessible restrooms are located in the lower, club, and mezzanine levels, while accessible family restrooms are located in the end zone areas of the lower and mezzanine levels. Accessible seating is only located within these three levels, but elevators and ramps provide accessible access to all levels.
Accessible parking is located in the silver and orange lots, but may not be reserved ahead of time. Depending on the event, assisted listening devices may be available.