Learning Levi’s® Stadium: Answering Your Questions about Events

Friday, June 13, 2014

The first professional sporting event at Levi’s® Stadium is less than two months away. With the countdown clock ticking, we thought it wise to answer some of your Twitter questions. After all, one must know the high-tech, state-of-the-art building in order to take advantage of its many capabilities. In this third edition of Learning Levi’s®, we tackle queries on fan engagement.

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To your questions…

The 49ers have yet to make any announcement about Fan Fest, but revel in this: Team CEO Jed York recently Tweeted that there will be several open-to-the-public training camp practices at the new venue.

You have probably seen us using Levi’s® Stadium’s gigantic scoreboards, most recently to unveil the Super Bowl 50 logo. A fan also proposed to his girlfriend using the boards. When that space will be open to the rest of us is TBD. Stay tuned.

There will be a day for Stadium Builder’s License holders, and it will be in July, but that’s all we can say now. We’ve been sworn to secrecy.

In short, no. This ballpark was designed to keep fans closer to the field, not further away. The first row of the lower bowl is a mere 10 feet from grass. You’ll notice an intimacy from the upper bowl, too. Here are 15 other things to know about the stadium seats.

Good question. Unfortunately, we don’t have a good answer for you yet. This is TBD, but do expect to have many more beverage choices at the games and events this year.

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority has been working on a robust plan for services to and from the stadium. We’ll have more specific information on this in the weeks ahead. Keep it locked here.

All is possible at Levi’s® Stadium. The crew here has and will continued to work on lining up concerts and other non-football events. As soon as bands such as yours are signed on to perform in Santa Clara, you’ll find out first on LevisStadium.com.

There will be opportunities for fans to celebrate on gamedays and event days, as the 49ers and the Santa Clara Stadium Authority are partnering with Great America amusement park and chef Michael Mina. We’ll fill you in soon.

You absolutely will, Del. After all, the 49ers are coming off three straight seasons of 11 or more wins and are expected to contend again in 2014. The Faithful, of course, will be loud and proud win or lose, so expect them to be heard loud and clear.

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