Green Concert reminders: Dos and don'ts

Going to see Paul McCartney on Saturday at Piedmont Park? You'll need to know a few things before you go.

Everyone attending, including small children, must have a ticket to enter the concert area. (However, it is strongly recommended not to bring small children due to the sound level.)

This is a 'car-less' event: No parking will be available at Piedmont Park or in surrounding neighborhoods. Please walk, bike or take MARTA.

If you bike, leave your wheels with the free bike valet at the corner of 10th Street and Charles Allen at the northwest corner of Grady High School. The valet station opens 2 hours before the gate and closes 1 hour after the event ends. Volunteers will be there for the duration of the event.

If you use MARTA, look for volunteers and signage to guide you to the park. MARTA does provide ADA shuttles to the park.

10th Street and Oak Hill be be closed on the day of the concert.

Gates open at 4 p.m. for VIPs; 5 p.m. for the general public.

One blanket per person

Medical supplies OK

No outside food or beverages are allowed. Food and beverages will available on-site for purchase.

No animals (except for seeing-eye dogs)

No bags or backpacks

No signs or banners

No fireworks

No alcohol is allowed outside of permitted concert area.

No chairs

No coolers, grills or strollers

No weapons of any kind (including wallet chains)

No wrenches or pliers

No laser pointers

No cameras of any kind

No video or digital recorders of any kind

No umbrellas

This is an outdoor venue, so please dress accordingly, including comfortable walking shoes.

All bags will be searched by security. If you do not wish to have your item searched, then please do not bring it along.

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