Leave it to the "King of Country" to host the concert event of 2014. George Strait's extensive Cowboy Rides Away Tour has given fans many opportunities to catch the storied singer one last time, and on June 7, AT&T Stadium in Arlington will hold the star-studded grand finale. Strait has enlisted the services of many talented colleagues for the highly anticipated evening, including Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, Jason Aldean, Lee Ann Womack, and Ronnie Dunn, who all will perform a trio of songs, and the GRAMMY-winning group Asleep at the Wheel has been announced as the opener for the final show.
AT&T Stadium Seating Information
In a seating arrangement fitting for his last hurrah, George Strait concerts feature the unique "in-the-round" format. For the AT&T Stadium concert in particular, that means a wealth of floor seating will be available for purchase across Sections A-Q. Note that some sections will offer more seats/rows than others, but all floor seating is reserved. Those looking for general admission options can check out areas around the stadium designated as Standing Room Only.
As for other reserved seating, all sections of the venue will be made available, including the spacious Mezzanine, Suite, and Club Levels. As displayed on the AT&T Stadium seating chart, the traditional 100-level sections are closest to the field, followed by levels 200, 300, and 400. Additionally, the iconic, massively sized video board prominently located at mid-field should offer fans in upper levels a nice view of the action on stage throughout the evening.
AT&T Stadium General Information
Most, if not all, standard stadium rules will be in effect for the concert. Smoking is strictly prohibited at AT&T Stadium, though designated areas will be available in the Miller Lite and AT&T Plazas, and for guests seated in the Club or Suite Levels, outside of A, E, F, and K. Other prohibited items include noisemakers, outside food and drink, signs that may obstruct the view of other guests, and video cameras. Personal cameras are generally permitted so long as they do not have any type of lens that is longer than three inches. Guests are typically allowed to re-enter, but must use a designated exit gate and have their concert ticket scanned in order to be allowed back inside the stadium.
AT&T Stadium Parking Information
A wealth of parking is available around the outside of the stadium, with roughly 12,000 spaces across 15 lots on site alone, as well as another 12,000 at the nearby Rangers Ballpark. Any parking available for purchase through Vivid Seats can be found using the associated key on this page. Listings will typically display the lot and/or row, along with any special notes from the seller. Note that this pass will be for AT&T Stadium parking only, and will not provide admittance into the George Strait concert. Those taking alternative methods of transportation (bus, limo, RV) are advised to follow appropriate signs and directions on display the day of the concert. All vehicles are subject to search.
AT&T Stadium Gate Times
Gates typically open several hours before the start of sporting events, but generally two hours prior to the opener is the standard for concerts. Check with the venue's website on the day of the event for more up-to-date information.
AT&T Stadium Accessibility Information
The comfort and safety of all guests in attendance for George Strait's final concert is a top priority at AT&T Stadium. Accordingly, the venue is fully compliant with all accessibility requirements, providing accessible parking, drop-off and pick-up areas, seating, concessions, restrooms, and more. Wheelchair and companion seating is generally available at all levels of the venue and can be arranged through Guest Services, as can the rental of a wheelchair provided by the stadium, available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For help with questions or any additional accommodations needed, contact the AT&T Stadium staff directly in advance of the concert.