Hov is hitting the road and he's stopping in Atlanta tonight. Tickets are still on sale for Jay-Z's Atlanta concert.

Here is what you need to know if you're going:

WHEN - The concert begins at 7

WHERE - Philips Arena is a 1 Philips Drive

PARKING - Philips Arena uses a series of parking decks and lots. Parking at Centennial Deck begins at $20.00 and can be purchased in advance.

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MARTA - Take a train to the concert could be the most hassle-free way to get to the concert. New riders would need to purchase a silver Breeze card for $2 in addition to the fare. *Note: Some MARTA stations no longer accept debit and credit cards to add money to the Breeze cards..


Send us your pictures and videos from the concert if you go. Email photos@11alive.com

* Rapper Vic Mensa will join Jay-Z on the fall portions of his tour.

JAY-Z announced a massive North American tour for this fall/winter in support of his latest album, 4:44. The tour kicks off October 27 in Anaheim with his Atlanta stop scheduled for Tuesday Nov. 14.

As part of his apology tour surrounding his new album 4:44, Jay-Z admitted an uncomfortable new truth about his marriage — and he's getting other male celebrities to do the same.

The rapper released a series of Tidal documentaries digging deeper into specific tracks from 4:44. The video, Footnotes for 4:44, is an 11-minute clip released featuring celebrities including Jesse Williams, Chris Rock, Will Smith, Kendrick Lamar, Aziz Ansari and Mahershala Ali discussing race, relationships and masculinity.

For his part, Jay got candid about his sometimes-troubled relations with Beyonce, after spending a considerable part of 4:44 owning up to the misdeeds she sang about on Lemonade.

“This is my real life," he said. "I just ran into this place and we built this big, beautiful mansion of a relationship that wasn’t totally built on the 100% truth and it starts cracking."

"Things start happening that the public can see,” he continued. “Then we had to get to a point of ‘Okay, tear this down and let’s start from the beginning' … It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done.”