Does my child need a ticket to the game?
Children are not required to have a ticket if less than 33 inches in height and not utilizing a seat.
How do I get to my parking lot?
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Where is Will Call and when does Will Call open?
The Falcons will call windows are located on the North side of the Georgia Dome between Gates B and C. The windows open two hours prior to kickoff and remain open until halftime. Picture identification is required to pick up tickets.
How do I report an incident or inapporpriate behavior during a game?
Fans are encouraged to report any inappropriate behavior to the nearest security guard or Georgia Dome employee. Fans wishing to report inappropriate or suspicious behavior may also do so by either texting or calling our assistance hotline.
- Text the word “Dome” to 69050
- Call the assistance hotline at 404-223-8850
What are the rules for tailgating
Tailgating before games is allowed in all Georgia Dome operated parking lots (excludes parking decks). Lots open 5 hours prior to kickoff and close 2 hours after each game. Vehicles may take up only one parking space, and tailgating equipment may not extend beyond the parking space, or impede vehicle driving through the lot.
Can I bring in my camera?
Small cameras are allowed if they are for personal in use. Professional cameras and cameras with interchangeable lens and video cameras are prohibited.
What if need accessible seating for a game?
Since the vast majority of home games sell out in advance, fans are encouraged to make arrangements for ADA seating as far in advance as possible, however, alternate seating may not be available. If you hold a ticket for a price level that we do not have ADA seating available for, the ticket holder will be given the options available and must pay the difference if moving to a higher price level.
All accessible tickets are issued for an assigned location and will only be honored for that specific location. Based on availability, one to four accessible tickets may be purchased. Additional tickets may be purchased and, although every effort will be made to provide seating as close as possible, the additional seats may not be adjacent to the accessible seats. Fans in wheelchairs must have a ticket for an accessible space to ensure that they can be accommodated.
*Accessible seating ticket fraud includes, but is not limited to, misrepresentation of a physical disability or impairment for the purpose of obtaining accessible seating. The Falcons Ticket Office reserves the right to take appropriate action up to and including relocation, removal or season ticket revocation for accessible seating fraud.
What if I still have a question?