Heinz Field offers policy reminders to those attending the Luke Bryan concert |

Heinz Field offers policy reminders to those attending the Luke Bryan concert

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Emily Harger | Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh's North Shore will be packed Saturday with fans a Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field. This is a shot from his 2014 event where crowds of country fans filled the North Shore parking lots for tailgating.
Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Heinz Field offers policy reminders to those attending the Luke Bryan concert on June 30. This is a shot from his 2014 event where crowds of country fans filled the North Shore parking lots for tailgating.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune-Review
Country star Luke Bryan comes to Heinz Field on June 30. Fans are urged to visit for policy reminders about the event.

Heinz Field management is reminding fans attending the Luke Bryan concert on June 30 of stadium policies. Bryan’s “What Makes You Country Tour” starts at 5 p.m. Special guests include Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi and Morgan Wallen.

Gates open at 4 p.m. Guests with floor tickets must enter through Gate 6.

The Y108 “Crash My Party” opens at noon on Art Rooney Avenue.

Cash parking is available in the North Shore lots, Gold 1 Garage, Red 5 Garage, Blue 10 Garage for $35-$50+. Fans can park in Downtown Pittsburgh and right the light rail for less than $10.

Here are some tailgating reminders:

Upon entering a parking lot, fans will receive trash and recycling bags

Trash must be disposed of properly

The following items are prohibited – solicitation of any kind, the sale of food or alcohol, glass containers, tents, personal port-a-johns, furniture (other than folding lawn chairs and tables) and oversized vehicles.

Monitor the weather (it’s expected to be 92 degrees) and dress appropriately to keep from overheating. Bring adequate amounts of water and remain hydrated throughout the night.

The National Football League’s clear bag policy will be in effect. A clear plastic bag the size of a 1-gallon Ziploc bag or a small hand-held purse clutch is allowed.

Heinz Field does not permit selfie sticks, coolers, large bags, thermoses, backpacks, large purses, cans, glass bottles, flasks, alcoholic beverages, laser pointers, noisemakers, strollers, video and movie cameras, tripods, audio recording equipment, weapons and any other items deemed dangerous and/or inappropriate.

All bags are subject to inspection.

Umbrellas may be brought into the stadium, but are not permitted to be open in the seating bowl.

Boaters are reminded of special Coast Guard regulations in place from June 29-July 1. Fans arriving by boat should not loiter, anchor, stop, moor, remain or rift in any manner that impedes safe passage of another vessel to any launching ramp.


JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-853-5062 or [email protected] or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.

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