Beyonce & Jay-Z’s OTRII at FedExField: ALL You Need To Know

In just a couple of days, Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s On The Run II Tour will roll through the DMV and we couldn’t be more excited. But before heading out to see the BIGGEST concert of the year, make sure you’re prepared or you could be turned away all together. Listen up!

*Info courtesy of FedExField Special Events

Parking Lots Open: 3:30 PM
Box Office & Will Call: 3:30 PM
Gates Open: 5:30 PM
Show: 7:30 PM

If you are planning to drive to FedExField for the OTR II Tour, parking can be purchased in advance for $50*. Parking must be purchased online at least an hour before the show. Cash parking will be available the day of the event at an increased price.

Be sure to print your parking pass before the event. Parking passes on mobile devices will not be accepted.

TRANSPORTATION
Plan to arrive early. Try to arrive at the Stadium at least two hours before the start of the event. This will help your entry into the Stadium.

PARKING
If you have not done so already and plan on driving to the stadium, you can purchase a parking pass via Ticketmaster. Parking must be purchased online at least an hour before the show. Cash parking will be available the day of the event at an increased price.

Be sure to print your parking pass before the event. Parking passes on mobile devices will not be accepted.

METRO
The closest metro stop to FedExField is the Morgan Boulevard Station, located on the Blue Line and Silver Line. Be sure to plan your trip accordingly!

Last Train Departures from Morgan Boulevard:

  • Blue Line – Franconia-Springfield – 12:11 AM
  • Silver Line/Blue Line – Largo Town Center – 12:07 AM
  • Silver Line – Wiehle-Reston East – 12:07 AM


UBER
The Uber Pick-Up & Drop-Off Zone is conveniently located at the Prince George’s County Sports & Learning Complex adjacent to the FedExField parking lots and a short walk to Gate D.

CLEAR BAG POLICY
The NFL Clear Bag Policy will be observed for this event.

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