Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium is home to New England's NFL Team. The Patriots stadium, located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, is a world-class event space that first opened in 2002. Also home to the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer, Gillette Stadium brings in fans of different sports and events. From Monday Night football to travel marketplaces and popular concerts, Gillette Stadium tickets aren’t easy to get. If your favorite music artists, sports team, or annual event is coming to town, be sure to mark your calendar for the day tickets go on sale, and be one of the first to secure your spot. Book your rooms at one of the hotels near Gillette Stadium early as well, as Foxborough has fewer accommodations than what you'll find in Boston.

The seating capacity for the Patriots Stadium is 68,756 with an additional 6,600 clubhouse seats and 2,756 suite seating. Gillette Stadium seating is divided into three levels, all with arm rests and cup holders. No matter where you sit, the two giant HDTV screens above the end zones will provide in-depth coverage of the game. An additional 1,000 monitors throughout the stadium will ensure that you don’t miss one minute of the action. Walking past the box office is sure to be tempting, the points of sale on the main course make it easy to purchase more Gillette Stadium tickets in advance.

Fans won’t go hungry at Gillette Stadium. There are more than 500 points of sale for concessions throughout the stadium, with 46 permanent stands. There are also 16,500 parking spaces surrounding the stadium, which make tailgating before the game a fun possibility. Pack your barbecue and cooler to get game day off to a great start. Open space plazas also surround the stadium, providing ample room for fans to meet before the game and let the anticipation build before kickoff. The stadium is also unique to New England its heritage. Approaching the stadium, fans will see a twelve-story lighthouse that sits above the Bank of American entrance.

Gillette Stadium is easily accessible from Boston, Cape Cod, New Hampshire, upstate New York, and Rhode Island. Most sports fans arrive by car a few hours before the game to enjoy the tailgating atmosphere. Tickets purchased in advance can be picked up at the will-call window up to three hours before the game for football and two hours before the game for soccer. Patriots Stadium offers tickets at all levels and price points for the disabled. If you plan on paying for your tickets at the stadium, both major credit cars and cash are accepted.

Tempted by something you see in the pro shop? ATMs are also widely available throughout the stadium if you need some extra cash. New England Patriots gear won’t be the only temptation at Gillette Stadium. This state of the art facility hosts some of the best acts in music, from Bon Jovi to Taylor Swift. Gillette Stadium tickets for these popular events sell quickly—especially during the warm-weather months. From the intensity of a football or soccer match to the incredible atmosphere of a concert, Gillette Stadium is an excellent venue for an exciting night out.

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