Where to Find Cheapest ATLLive Tickets at Mercedes Benz Stadium

ATLive is a new, two-day concert event launching this year in Atlanta for Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s as an inaugural concert series. The shows take place on Friday, November 15 and Sunday, November 17, 2019. The shows start at 5pm on both nights. Tickets go on sales through Ticketmaster on Friday August 23rd.

In addition to a great two nights of entertainment, a portion of the proceeds will go to the Johnny Mac Soldier’s Fund honors military service and sacrifice by providing scholarships to veterans and military family members, and the Quest Community Development Organization whose mission is to develop affordable housing and provide needs-based community services.

How Much Are Tickets For ATLLive

300-level tickets at Mercedes Benz Stadium start at $90, with 200-level ticket ranging in price from $123 to $173.  200-level club seats start at $179, while 100-level club seats start at $249. Floor seats start at $262 and go as high as 400.  There is also a pit section for both shows.

Who Is Performing at ATLLive

Friday’s line-up will feature performances Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Sugarland, Judah & the Lion, and Cale.Dodds.

Visit Ticketmaster for Friday Night ATLLive Tickets

Sunday’s line-up includes Eric Church, Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, and Caylee Hammack.

Visit Ticketmaster for Sunday Night ATLLive Tickets

For Mercedes-Benz Stadium, this concert series adds to the already impressive list of performers to play shows at the stadium in the first two years since opening, including Taylor Swift, George Strait, Beyoncé and Jay Z, Garth Brooks, Ed Sheeran and Kenny Chesney among others. 

For more details on Mercedes Benz Seating Options, visit TicketIQ's detailed blog post.

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