CenturyLink Field is home to the Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders. It regularly hosts American football games and soccer matches, as well as concerts, trade shows, consumer shows and other sporting events. Rather than dealing with parking and walking a mile to find your seat, renting a Seattle charter bus is the best way to get your group to an event at CenturyLink Field.
CenturyLink Field replaced the old Kingdome and construction was finished on the new stadium in 2002. Originally named Seahawks Stadium, the facility was also briefly known as Qwest Field before the telecommunications carrier was acquired by CenturyLink in June of 2011. The stadium is best-known for its superior acoustics, having twice set the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium.
Although well-renowned for its sporting events, CenturyLink Field is also home to the Washington Music Theater. The theater is acoustically engineered to provide excellent sound quality and the 130,000-square foot venue is one of the most flexible indoor performance centers in the U.S. In addition, interested visitors can join regularly scheduled public tours of CenturyLink Field to get a behind-the-scenes look at the stadium’s unique operations. These tours take place on Friday through Sunday from September 1st through May 31st and daily from June 1st through August 31st. Be sure to check CenturyLink Field’s website for blackout dates.
Why charter a bus to visit CenturyLink Field
Attending a large sporting event or concert with a group is so much easier if you charter a bus in Seattle. You won’t have to worry about parking and we have buses for groups of all shapes and sizes. We offer school buses for class trips, coach buses to carry large corporate groups, mini coach buses for smaller sports or cheer teams, and mini buses for bachelorette parties and other small groups. Our buses will get you safely to and from CenturyLink Field without the hassles of parking and navigating city traffic.
CenturyLink Field is home to a variety of events, the neighborhood immediately surrounding the stadium is worth checking out as well. The stadium lies just east of Highway 99 and less than a 10 minute walk from Pioneer Square, which is home to shops, restaurants, and other city attractions. Some of the most notable include Glasshouse Studio, FX Mcrory’s Whiskey Bar, and the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
Also within walking distance of CenturyLink Field, visitors can head northwest to Pier 55. Located less than a mile from the stadium, this tourist attraction is home to Argosy Cruises and adjacent to some of the most scenic and delicious seafood restaurants in the city, including Ivar’s Acres of Clams, Elliott’s Oyster House, and The Crab Pot.
Surrounded by beautiful mountains and hiking or skiing areas, Seattle is the place-to-be in the Pacific Northwest for all nature lovers and adventure seekers. And for everybody else? Fret not, Seattle is very much a full-on city with an authentic art scene paired with unique tourists sites that will leave you with unmatched experiences and views of Seattle.