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Michigan Stadium TicketsMichigan Stadium is the 34th largest sports stadium in the United States. It opened in 1927 and underwent a huge renovation in 2010. It's located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and home to the University of Michigan football team, the Wolverines. Known as "The Big House," the sports venue can seat an official 107,601 guests, but the facility has accommodated crowds as big as 115,000. The record crowd was recorded in September 2013 during a University of Michigan vs. Notre Dame football game. The facility is best-known for Wolverines' football games. It also hosts lacrosse games and field hockey tournaments. StubHub is your go-to source for Michigan Stadium tickets.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?Michigan Stadium is home to a variety of food and drink offerings. Concession offerings can even accommodate special diets such as gluten-free. Food options at the stadium include hot dogs, pretzels, Thai cuisine, pizza, barbecue, tacos, sub sandwiches, gyros, wings and burgers. Drink options include water, lemonade and coffee. Guests can also choose from yummy sweets such as ice cream, cookies, fudge and scones.
Is there on-site parking?There are many parking lots located around Michigan University. Some permits require the prepurchase of a special permit, but many are available for game day parking. Michigan Stadium parking lots will be identifiable by signage, and they open at approximately 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. on game days. Parking lots often used for game days include the Green Lot, Blue Lot, Buffalo Lot and Main Stadium parking. University police require all vehicles to leave the parking lot within two hours of the game ending.
Is Michigan Stadium accessible by public transportation?On home game days, the venue offers complimentary shuttle service to the stadium from a variety of different locations. The shuttles pick up passengers from facility parking lots and take them to the stadium concourse. Return trips from the stadium to the parking lots begin about 20 minutes after the game ends.
Is Michigan Stadium a wheelchair-friendly facility?Yes, Michigan Stadium is a wheelchair-friendly facility. The stadium is outfitted with wheelchair ramps as well as Michigan Stadium seating for guests in wheelchairs and their companions. Staff can help guests with disabilities maneuver around the facility. A limited number of wheelchair-accessible shuttles are also available for use on game days.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?Yes, you can bring your children to Michigan Stadium. Most children will need a ticket for entry. Only students of Michigan University can be seated in the student section. Guests in that area require a student ID for entry.
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