It’s an NFL GameDay. You and the rest of your 49er fan friends are looking to have a great day at Levi’s Stadium. No matter the size of your group, avoid the hassle of parking and charter a fully equipped bus rental for everyone to make the most out of the celebration.
Looked to for football at both the premier college and national levels in the San Francisco Bay area, Levi’s Stadium’s maximum capacity of 75,000 fans was stacked when it hosted Super Bowl 50 in 2016. It’s not only used for football either; the stadium had hosted as many as 83,000 when it hosted The Grateful Dead’s Fare Thee Well Tour in 2015. Whatever your preference for events, the scope of Levi’s Stadium’s space has been home to all kinds of entertainments that range from pro wrestling to ice hockey and top tier soccer matches. A considerable achievement when taking into account that it only opened in 2014.
There’s a lot to do see and do aside from main events as well. Fans of the 49ers will appreciate a visit to the in-house museum guided tours and field trips for grades K to 8. There’s a team store to supply fans with all of the appropriate hometown swag, as well as the Bourbon steakhouse for the quintessential American steakhouse experience.
Why charter a bus for Levi’s Stadium
While suited to just about any occasion to visit Levi’s Stadium, chartering a bus is the best way to enjoy a great day for football with dozens of friends. With a PA system to get the energy up, a luggage hold for all your tailgating needs, AC to keep cool, wifi to stay up-to-date on game developments, and a bathroom exclusive to your party, there’s no better way to pull into the parking lot prepared and in style.
Located in Santa Clara, California, Levi’s Stadium was originally built as way to entice the International Olympic Committee’s attention for the 2016 Summer Games. With the price tag of $916 million USD, the arrival of the stadium was said to have greatly benefitted the then-troubled Hunters Point neighbourhood it was slated to join.
As famous as Levi’s Stadium is for football, few may remember that its turf was first graced by an American soccer match between the San Jose Earthquakes and the Seattle Sounders on August 2, 2014, two weeks after the stadium officially opened (San Jose won 1-0).
Around the area of the stadium, pre-game and pre-entertainment delights are located on every compass point. Particular shout-out go to the all-you-eat-meat at the Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chāo or the sausage-centric join specializing in beer, cider and mead: The Original Gravity Public House.
San Francisco is a city that proudly celebrates its fast-paced zany culture with an incline for the out-of-ordinary, arts, fine wine, and outdoors activities. Brimming with museums, art galleries, hiking and camping spots, marathon races, vineyards, and breathtaking views of its hills, you’ll never run out of things to do and places to explore in San Francisco.