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Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara

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  • This stadium may have been designed for San Francisco because it doesn't work in Santa Clara. I was there for a night concert, but I cannot imagine watching a football game because most of the seats w...  more »
  • The stadium was beautiful. The help outside before the concert was courteous. The personnel at the Red Zone area were great but the young man at the stand just upstairs from the red zone was very RUDE...  more »
  • Ugh, I endured this miserable venue for the Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well tour a couple of years ago and swore I'd never go back but...then U2 announced the Joshua Tree Tour and here I was again. Where...  more »
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  • I was here for Wrestlemania 31. This is the first time I have been to a major outdoor football stadium other my beloved Gillette Stadium and I was slightly disappointed but also quite impressed. The stadium had people every 20 feet pointing and waving, showing you where to go. That is helpful, but a maybe a little too helpful. The parking is great in the red lot. The lot is the smallest and closest to the stadium, which makes it easy to find your vehicle. The car wait time was quite short for a long line. I am a fan of the self ticket scanners (more being implemented across America :D ) The hallways are very narrow which makes it a pain to get to the other side of the venue. I was not a fan of bathrooms being so far away from section 141, where I was sitting. The bathrooms were an absolute mess, a toilet was filled with garbage, legitimate garbage. The lines weren't terrible but also not great. The concessions stand was even worse! 25 minutes for three pieces of chicken and fries for a total of $11.The waters were $4.75 per bottle.The drought must have really in hit the Bay Area hard. When I made it to my seat there was someone not too far away to greet me. Really friendly workers. My seats were on the field risers so I did not get to experience the whole cushioned seat deali-o. But at the end, before I left I made sure to sit down in one for a couple minutes. Those seats were so comfy. I feel like I missed out on a lot. Maybe next time.
  • Their "Mobility Services" staff are AMAZING!!! They made it possible to attend & ENJOY a sold out event as a person with a mobile disability. In an able-bodied world of LARGE crowds & LONG lines, neither of which I could physically endure, they were the KEY factor, allowing me an unforgettable, once in a lifetime, experience. Awesome!!!
  • Wife was forced to throw purse away at front entrance because they have a bag policy which was not mentioned until you are standing at the entrance. They offer a place to your purse but you have to stand in a very long line with other people just as irritated about this policy as we are. Already late due to the poor design of the place (traffic nightmare), so threw the bag away to try to MAYBE see the concert on time, but then you have to wonder what other poorly executed ideas at Levi's Stadium are going to be a problem. If it is for security why are big blankets allowed? Something could be hidden in there just as easily. If it is space... A blanket takes up more space than the average purse. Per your policies fruit and snacks are allowed but "MUST be cut into slices".. So uncut food is rejected from entering?? Picture is a trashcan mostly filled with purses. Thanks Levi's Stadium for having ridiculous policies?
  • Attended an event for the company's box. Didn't had to pay anything, it was free + free food. Loved the box and the food that was provided with it. Amazing interiors and loads of people during the event. Vibe is awesome. Energy is high and excitement is over the roof. Hoping to get more free tickets and +1 free tickets soon ;)
  • It's an OK stadium as stadiums go. The Roman Emperor boxes look nice but the rest of the seating feels like a hot-plate under a microscope and this was on a chilly day. Could not image sitting out there on an actual summer day, you'll roast. The museum has some actual cool spots moments and memorabilia but the rest of the displays have nothing to do with sports & are obvious PC agenda rhetoric that do not belong nor relevant to what should be sports themed museum but this is the asinine nonsense we are forced to endure today thanks to too many unqualified reps and leaders in CA. RCF is rampant cannot even enjoy sports anymore they've infected it completely around here. Parking is a jam packed, close quarter, door dent , purse and buckle scraping paint gouging hell and watch yourself & kids closely walking to or from your vehicle lots of blind corners and areas that seem to have no safety precautions such as speed bumps etc thus drivers feel the need to speed around.