If you love the San Francisco 49ers and desire to know everything about their Super Bowl 50 Stadium, then you have come to the right place. The Levi’s Stadium is the base of the 49ers, and rated the best sporting and entertainment venue in the world.
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The Sports Business Journal in May, 2015 rated the Levi’s Stadium as being the most high-tech stadium in the world, and in June this year, The Stadium Business Awards in Barcelona, Spain awarded it the Venue of Year title in the light of its sophisticated design and elegant facilities.
This stadium was designed by HNTB and constructed by Turner/Devcon on behalf of the Santa Clara Stadium Authority. It cost $1.2 billion to build the Levi’s Stadium on about 1.85 million square feet of land, seating 68,500 people and featuring 165 luxury suites and 8,500 club seats.
Apart from being the Home of the San Francisco 49ers, the stadium is also a base to Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, The Grateful Dead, Taylor Swift, Manchester United vs FC Barcelona, NHL Stadium Series, Wrestlemania, and the Pac-12 Championship game among others.
The Super Bowl 50 will hold at the Levi’s Stadium on February 7, 2015 and the entire Bay Area will host thousands of sports lovers from across the country.
It will be possible to be part of a private or public tour of the facilities whenever you wish. Between Monday-Saturday, you can be part of any tour between 10 am – 6 pm, and on Sundays, you can join any tours between 10 am – 5 pm. Each tour takes off from Intel Gate A and last an average of 90 minutes.
If you love classic dishes consisting of local seafood and fresh vegetables on the side, then the Bourbon Steak within the facility is the place to visit.
And you also stand a chance of enjoying the best of Nachos and Warm Soft Pretzels to Fish and Chips at the Bourbon Pubs if you’d only get there in time.
There are lots of gallery and exhibition centers or spaces at Levi’s Stadium, and the 49ers Museum presented by Sony has a 20,000 foot facility dedicated to the history, present, and future exploits of the 49ers.
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The first stadium to host an NFL team with a LEED Gold certification, the Levi’s Stadium has an array of water and air monitors, current energy measurements, and other dynamic green features revealing the daily operation of the facility on a continuous basis.