CAMPING WORLD STADIUM
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Camping World Stadium
Camping World Stadium TicketsCamping World Stadium in downtown Orlando, Florida, was originally opened in 1936. The city-owned venue has been renamed seven times since it opened, and Camping World Stadium became the name in 2016. The stadium was built for football games and has hosted several popular bowls in the past such as the Cure Bowl, Citrus Bowl and the Florida Classic. The NFL Pro Bowl was played at Camping World Stadium in 2017. In addition to football, the stadium has hosted professional wrestling matches, soccer games, and marching band competitions. StubHub is your best source for Camping World Stadium tickets.
What is the Camping World Stadium's seating capacity?For a majority of events, the seating capacity of Camping World Stadium is around 65,000 people. Temporary bleachers can be erected near the north end zone to accommodate more guests when needed.
What are the best seats at Camping World Stadium?Camping World Stadium offers premium seating. Premium seats are located in the Centerstate and Open Air clubs. The venue offers loge boxes and private seats as well.
Is Camping World Stadium a wheelchair-friendly facility?Yes, Camping World Stadium is a wheelchair-friendly facility. The stadium has 412 designated wheelchair patron seating. Each wheelchair-accessible seat can be combined with up to three companion seats. Wheelchair patron tickets are located at the plaza level in the corners of the field. Wheelchair designated seats are exclusively offered to those that need them until all general seating is sold out. Designated seating is also available for guests with mobility issues and visual impairments, too.
What are the food and drink options at Camping World Stadium?Camping World Stadium offers traditional stadium food offerings such as hot dogs, french fries and burgers. A number of concession stands also offer choices for guests with dietary restrictions such as vegetarians and those eating a gluten-free diet. Beverage choices include bottled water, soda, liquor, Red Bull, wine, and both domestic and imported beer. Some events at the stadium will be "pour only," which means all drinks will be required to be poured into a cup. In addition to permanent concession stands on all levels of the stadium, many mobile vendors will move along the concourses and sell food and beverages in the stands.
Is there on-site parking?Yes, there is on-site stadium parking. Some events, such as Monster Jam events, will have specific parking requirements for guests. General stadium parking includes the areas directly around the venue. Additionally, there are many areas to park and walk in the surrounding downtown area. The City of Orlando offers a free complimentary shuttle from the main parking lots to the stadium on venue days.
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