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Rolling Stones concert: What to know before you go

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June 03, 2024

Get ready to rock with Rolling Stones in Camping World Stadium on Monday night.

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Orlando is the only Florida stop for the Stones’ 2024 “Hackney Diamonds” tour.

And if you want to go, you still have a chance; more tickets were released Sunday night, starting at just over $65.

If you’re heading to Camping World Stadium for the Stone’s concert, we’ve got everything you need to know before you go.

Read: The Rolling Stones set to rock Orlando’s Camping World Stadium, tickets still available

Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds event-day timeline

  • 3:30 pm – Road closures begin

  • 4:00 pm – Free downtown shuttle service begins

  • 4:00 pm – All parking lots open

  • 4:00 pm -Box office opens

  • 6:00 pm – Gates open

  • 8:00 pm – Concert begins

  • 1-Hour post event – Shuttle service ends

Where to park

Camping World Stadium on-site parking is sold out for the concert.

Fans with prepaid stadium on-site parking permits should download their permit in advance to their smartphone wallet and have it ready for display.

Officials said fans are encouraged to purchase parking in downtown Orlando and ride the free shuttle service to and from the event.

A traffic management plan will be in effect for the concert and road closures will be in place around Camping World Stadium, beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Shuttle service

There will be free downtown Orlando shuttle service that will start at 4 p.m.

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Shuttle location

  • Downtown Orlando / Pick-up & Drop-off: Central Avenue between Hughey Avenue & Garland Avenue (under Interstate 4)

  • Stadium / Drop-off & Pick-up: Church Street & Nashville Avenue

Photo of A Concentrated Solo; Brian Jones in his element, solo's at all night gig, Alexandra Palace, London, 26th of June 1964, the release date of the Rolling Stones hit 'Its All Over Now'. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Photo of A Concentrated Solo; Brian Jones in his element, solo’s at all night gig, Alexandra Palace, London, 26th of June 1964, the release date of the Rolling Stones hit ‘Its All Over Now’. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

St. Tropez, France, 12th May, 1971: Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger sits next to his Nicaraguan bride Bianca Perez Moreno De Macias during their wedding ceremony at the small fisherman's church of St, Annes. Watching in the background are (from right) french film director Roger Vadim, actress Nathalie Delon and photographer Patrick, Earl of Lichfield, Centre is Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richard with his girlfriend Anita Pallenberg. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Ron Wood (Ronnie Wood) from The Rolling Stones posed in Brussles, Belgium in 1976. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Ron Wood (Ronnie Wood) from The Rolling Stones posed in Brussles, Belgium in 1976. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Cannes, France, 21st May 1971: Keith Richards of British rock group 'The Rolling Stones' pictured with his wife Anita Pallenberg and their two children at the Cannes Film Festival. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Cannes, France, 21st May 1971: Keith Richards of British rock group ‘The Rolling Stones’ pictured with his wife Anita Pallenberg and their two children at the Cannes Film Festival. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Keith Richards, vocalist and guitarist for the Expensive Winos performs at the Aragone Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Keith Richards, vocalist and guitarist for the Expensive Winos performs at the Aragone Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones, looking quizzically over his sunglasses (Image dates January 1st, 1983). See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones, looking quizzically over his sunglasses (Image dates January 1st, 1983). See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

28th June 1967: Mick Jagger of the 'Rolling Stones' pictured in handcuffs after a court case in West Sussex remanded him in custody after he had been found guilty of unauthorized possession of drugs at the house of group member Keith Richard. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

28th June 1967: Mick Jagger of the ‘Rolling Stones’ pictured in handcuffs after a court case in West Sussex remanded him in custody after he had been found guilty of unauthorized possession of drugs at the house of group member Keith Richard. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Rock and roll band 'The Rolling Stones' pose for a portrait in a boat in 1964. (L-R) Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Rock and roll band ‘The Rolling Stones’ pose for a portrait in a boat in 1964. (L-R) Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman. See more exclusive photos like this in the ebook,

Gate entry

  • Gate A: Northeast corner of Camping World Stadium by Church Street & Rio Grande Avenue

  • Gate B:  East side of Camping World Stadium along Rio Grande Avenue

  • Gate C (AdventHealth): Southeast corner of the stadium off Rio Grande Avenue

  • Gate D (FunSpot):  Southwest corner of stadium off Tampa Avenue near Tinker Field and Parking Lots D and E

  • Gate E: West side of stadium off Tampa Avenue near Tinker Field

  • Gate F (Massey Services): Northwest corner of the stadium by Church Street & Tinker Field

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Camping World bag policy

  • Bag styles: clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 14″ x 14″ x 6″

  • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).

  • Small clutch bags not exceeding 4.5″ x 6.5″ may be taken inside the stadium.

Camping World prohibited items

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