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Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara

(3.9/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
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  • I would have never thought I would enjoy visiting a stadium as much as I did here. I did the stadium tour and it was nothing short of amazing. I learned so much about the stadium from the build of it ...  more »
  • In comparing the Century Link Field, the seating is wider and not too steep of rows. The food and especially drinks were expensive. The traffic flow within and outside the stadium were very well handl...  more »
  • Eat and drink before you go. Sit in the shade of the luxury boxes if you want to see well. Don't mind the jets overhead every two or three minutes. Don't bring anything except a clear 1-gallon bag of ...  more »
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  • Very nice stadium but still crowded at times, especially the concessions. You'd think they'd have planned that better. I have been in other stadiums that have taken care of that problem. Also it would be nice to have ushers controlling purple going to their seats. Couldn't see half the game because there were always people going up and down the stairs. Still a nice stadium though.
  • Even though I'm not a 49er fan I went there to see the Saints play. And I was definitely impressed with the stadium. The seats were comfortable as far as stadium seats go. More leg room than most which is nice. Very clean and set up nicely.
  • As a 49ers fan it is hard to love Levi's Stadium. The stadium itself is ok but it lacks that homey feeling. It feels corporate and concrete. I have sat on the home side of the stadium and loved sitting in the shade but I have also sat on the visitor side and fried. It is so unbearably hot on that side. Parking stinks as well, which makes it hard to love. I have taken public transportation there (both light rail and Uber) and that worked out ok. Overall it is just ok.
  • The stadium is designed with a great flow to parking and into the stadium. The views are great from anywhere. The staff is very helpful. Unfortunately the immediate area is mainly corporate offices so don't plan to walk around and "see the the sights" Be warned, leaving after an event and getting out of town could take upwards of an hour. Get a head start!
  • The stadium was very clean, and our seats had great views--even from the 200-level seating. We even managed to get a seat in the "Levi's 500 club" or something like that, and we had a special entrance, a separate bar/restaurant to order food from, and separate bathrooms from the main mezzanine area. I gave the stadium 4 stars because of the bag checks! It was very inconsistent. One security guard said that my bag was too large. We walked a few feet down to another metal detector and the security guard let us go right through! But, the sound quality was enough to balance out that snafu!