Are masks required at Levi’s Stadium?
Fans will not be required to show proof of vaccination or have to show a negative COVID-19 test to enter the stadium. Fans will also not be required to wear masks in their seats outdoors. But they will have to wear masks in indoor spaces like luxury suites and restrooms.
Can you visit Levi’s Stadium?
Both public and private tours are available seven days a week year round with exceptions around 49ers home games, major Levi’s’® Stadium events and select holidays. All tours last approximately 90 minutes, departing from the Intel Plaza at the Northwest corner of Levi’s® Stadium.
How old is Levi Stadium?
If you plan to park in the Levi Stadium parking lots, you can expect to pay $30. Driving an RV or bus to the game can park in the green lot and blue lot at the venue. Finding parking near Levi Stadium can be difficult for popular games, so use SpotHero above to reserve a parking space before getting to the arena.
Can I bring food into Levi’s stadium?
Food and Beverage For all events, food may be brought into Levi’s® Stadium as long as it is placed in clear plastic wrappings or bags that comply with the NFL bag policy. Fruit must be cut into smaller pieces. Only sealed plastic water bottles may be brought into Levi’s® Stadium.
How do I get a parking pass for Levi’s stadium?
We recommend purchasing pre-paid parking passes online for both Levi’s® Stadium and 49ers events or conveniently purchase parking passes through the Levi’s® Stadium mobile app. Parking lots associated with Levi’s® Stadium are scheduled to open 3.5 hours prior to the start of the event or kickoff.
How many seats are in the 49ers stadium?
Although it doesn’t have any firm boundaries, the Bay Area includes portions of nine counties: Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa, Alameda, and Santa Clara.
Where is the 49ers stadium?
On May 8, 2013, the 49ers announced that San Francisco-based Levi Strauss & Co. purchased the naming rights to the new stadium.
What NFL stadium cost most?
Metlife Stadium – Construction Costs: $1.6 Billion Home of the New York Giants and the New York Jets, Metlife Stadium tops off the list of most expensive NFL stadiums ever built.