Heinz Field Stadium Guidelines

PITTSBURGH – Heinz Field has announced stadium policies for fans attending the U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 on Wednesday, June 7. Parking lots and box office windows open at 3 p.m. All gates open at 5 p.m. Fans are encouraged to arrive early. Tickets are still available for purchase through TicketMaster. Special guest The Lumineers will start the concert, with U2 taking the stage following their performance. Fans who purchased paper-less tickets must bring the original credit card used to purchase the tickets as well as a valid ID with the same name as shown on the credit card. There are no exceptions to this rule. Fans who have lost their credit card or need to change the card on file should call TicketMaster at 1-800-653-8000 or visit TicketMaster.com/h/customer-service.html. Fans with General Admission / Field tickets must enter through Gate 6 along Reedsdale Street. The NFL’s Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for this show. Heinz Field encourages all fans NOT to bring a bag into events. If necessary, there are two options: a clear plastic bag the size of a 1 gallon Ziploc bag or a small hand held purse clutch. For more information on the bag policy, visit HenzField.com/bagpolicy. Public parking is available to fans in the North Shore surface lots and garages, as well as parking garages downtown and Station Square. Fans parking downtown can utilize the North Shore Connector to get them to Heinz Field. Fans can use the either the Gateway or Wood Street station and the connector will transport them for free to the North Shore. Heinz Field parking policies and code of conduct can be found at HeinzField.com/parking. Full details regarding concert restrictions, gate entry, bag policies and more can be found in the Event Information Packet at HeinzField.com/U2. Heinz Field management does not permit the following items to be brought into the stadium:
  • Any type of non-clear bag exceeding 4.5” x 6.5” in size, including purses, handbags, camera or binocular cases, backpacks, fanny packs, diaper bags, briefcases, luggage and computer bags.
  • Apparel or signage displaying profane or abusive language
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Balls or inflatables of any kind
  • Banners/signs on poles
  • Cans, coolers of any type, glass bottles or thermoses
  • iPads, tablets, Go Pro cameras
  • Laser pointers
  • Noisemakers
  • Selfie Sticks
  • Single purpose video cameras or still-photography cameras with a lens longer than 6”
  • Stollers or seat cushions
  • Weapons/any item that may deemed to be a projective
  • Any other item deemed dangerous or inappropriate
* TRAFFIC ALERTS Due to the I-279 construction project, HOV access at Mazeroski and Anderson is closed. Please follow the Scotland Avenue detour to North Avenue or use General Robinson to Madison Avenue. Fans are encouraged to follow @HeinzField on Twitter for live traffic alerts pre- and post-concert.