Photo Credit: The Music Universe

Attending the Morgan Wallen Concert, Here Is What You Need To Know

Photo Credit: The Music Universe

Last night Morgan Wallen and his friends heated up Chase Field with day one of his Phoenix concert stop.

Opening night in Phoenix, the entire stadium was full, with very few seats left open. Country music star Morgan Wallen was joined by HARDY, Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman for the “One Night At A Time World Tour.”

Fans braved the scorching temperatures and organizers want concert goers to know if you are planning a visit to tonight’s performance, it is important to keep a few things in mind.

Concert Tickets
Very few tickets are left on Ticketmaster. If you are planning to attend, and don’t have your tickets yet, get them now. They are expecting a sell out.

Have your tickets downloaded to your Wallet App or have your Ticketmaster app logged into and ready to go at the gate.

The gate opens at 4:00 p.m. and the show starts at 5:30 p.m. with Bailey Zimmerman, followed by Ernest, HARDY and then Morgan Wallen taking stage around 9:00 p.m. There are set up intermissions in between each performer. Bring your patience, this is a long concert event.

Click here to view the Phoenix set list.

Phoenix Fire Department officials are warning fans the extreme heat conditions can impact your enjoyment of the performance so prepare before heading downtown. Drink water throughout the day leading up to the concert to make sure you are getting proper hydration.

Sealed plastic water bottles are allowed inside Chase Field and at $8 a bottle inside the stadium, you might consider bringing a few bottles with you. Concert attendees at Wednesday night’s performance reported that many vendors were sold out of water, so be prepared. At the very least, purchase several bottles upon arriving so you have water.

Last night attendees also reported inside the stadium it was very warm. Speculation was the AC units were down, although that has not been confirmed. Dress accordingly, wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to sweat as the temperature highs for Phoenix are expected to be 118 degrees with the low in the evening in the 90’s.

It is strongly encouraged to research online and purchase your parking ahead of time. With road construction in the area and 30,000+ people attempting to get into downtown Phoenix, locating open parking lots will be chaotic. Many lots are not taking cash, and several are only offering allowing pre-paid reservations. Expect to pay between $30-65 for a parking spot.

Reports have also been communicated that Uber rides that are normally $40 are in upwards of $125-150.

Bag Policy
A Clear bag policy is in effect. The following bags are allowed inside the stadium:
Clear bag – 12x6x12
Clutch purse no larger than 4×6

Security is not requiring you to take your bag, phone or keys off your body, but you will be asked to walk through a metal detector and all bags are subject to search.

Food and Beverage
There are several open stadium vendors providing all the normal ballpark foods. It is important to note, none are accepting cash. Be sure to have your debit or credit cards.

If you attend, have fun, stay hydrated and get ready to rock out as the four male performers put on one heck of a show.