with special guest Gary Clark, Jr.
October 4 • Centennial Olympic Park
Gates open at 4pm
FAQs and PROHIBITED ITEMS
What time do Gates open? 4pm. Gary Clark Jr. will perform at 6pm
Is Centennial Park Wheelchair Accessible?
Yes, all entrances to the park, vendor village, food court and main concert area are wheelchair accessible.
May I leave and re-enter?
No re-entry is permitted. In cases of medical or personal emergency, please visit the security coordinator at any one of the entrances for assistance.
What can I bring inside?
– (1) sealed, plastic bottle of water per person
– Point-and-shoot digital cameras (with no detachable lens)
What items are prohibited?
– Animals – Audio Recorders – Backpacks / Book Bags / Bags per NFL rules
– Balloons – Chairs – Chains / Spikes – Coolers
– Drones / Remote Controlled Aircraft or Vehicles
– Drugs – Ipads – Fireworks – Glow Sticks – Laser Pointers
– Outside Food and/or Beverage – Picnic Baskets – Professional Cameras
– Projectiles of any kind – Selfie Sticks – Umbrellas – Video Cameras
– Weapons of Any Kind (Firearms and Knives included)
Prohibited Items are subject to change and will be posted at the event entrance.
Moshing & crowd surfing are strongly discouraged for the safety and enjoyment of all guests.
All persons entering the park will be subject to a pat-down search All persons entering the park will be subject to a pat-down search
The Foo Fighters concert will use the NFL’s bag protocol, which strongly encourages fans to not bring any type of bag. This protocol provides a safer environment for the public and significantly expedites fan entry into events. Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″, as well as One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar) are permitted. Click here for more information!
Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap will be allowed in (subject to search).
An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose.
We strongly recommend our concert goers ride MARTA to the Peachtree Center or CNN Center station. The Falcons have a home game 1pm and traffic in the downtown area will be heavier than normal.
For drivers, please carpool and park at the Georgia World Congress Center’s Red Deck. Passes for the Red Deck are valid after 5pm on October 4 and can be purchased here. For a helpful guide to getting to the park, click here!
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