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We went to watch a game at the centuryLink stadium. The place is very big, and yes it gets super super loud! There is a sign by the door for the snack and beverages prices, but there is nothing similar at price inside. I bought...More
Want a beer and don’t have an American drivers license....gotta take your passport otherwise no beer! Easy to get caught out as so much of Seattle isn’t this strict.
Great stadium, easy to get in and out of (just don’t take any form of bag...More
Man, I am so glad I finally got to attend a Seahawks game here! The environment is impossible to describe. Just goosebumps. The location is awesome, right near the water - great views near sunset. They have seemingly every food option under the sun. Just...More
It is wll worth the money vahrged to see the tour. It was wonderful got in the hallways Not the locker room as Sounders still using visitor's Locker room so I guess in hindsight poor planning by me. It is mind boggling to see how...More
We went to a preseason Seahawks game while we were in town and had a great time. The Stadium is within walking distance of downtown so we were able to explore an area of the city we hadn't seen before on the way to the...More
Unfortunately, when we were in Seattle, we were not there to be able to catch either a Seahawks or Sounders match but we decided to do a tour instead. Our hosts were Tonya and Dean, who were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. It was an incredible...More
Anyplace our Seattle Sounders play is a good place ... but having spent dozens of hours at CenturyLink Field rooting on our boys, I have a love for this stadium. Good concessions, wonderful seats, and an amazing fan presence make this a wonderful place!
Tour guides at this stadium NEED to be HARDCORE. I've toured hundreds of stadiums in the U.S. This tour is not one of the best ones. KC and Dallas have great ones because the tour guides live, breathe, eat and drink their respective teams!
My first NFL game seen live. I loved it. I was hgely impressed by stadium layout and facilities. Food and drinks expensive, but when is it not? It didn't detract from my enjoyment of the game. Seahawk fans were all awesome. No problems with drunks...More
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It looks to be about a 3 hour concert. I'd plan for a 10:30pm to 11:30pm exit from the stadium. Depending on how the crowds are. The stadium typically empties fast, but the concert may have an encore or later start (compared... More
It looks to be about a 3 hour concert. I'd plan for a 10:30pm to 11:30pm exit from the stadium. Depending on how the crowds are. The stadium typically empties fast, but the concert may have an encore or later start (compared to sporting events that always start on time).
Pickup / Drop-off in front of the Mariners stadium is good. There is often enough room to pull over and park for a minute without being in traffic. They only have a short walk, and plenty of other people will be going that way at show time. Use this address if you need it for GPS: 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134.
It also depends on what way you are headed to go home. If you live North, this Mariners spot is good. If you are headed South or towards the highway - the spot should be a bit further down or on the other side of the street. The exit at 11pm is going to be worse than the arrival at 7pm.