The Greater Nevada Field is Northern Nevada's premier sports venue as the home to Triple-A Baseball's Reno Aces and the United Soccer League's Reno 1868 FC. The venue opened its doors in April 2009 and had its turn in the national spotlight in July 2013 when Reno hosted the Triple-A All-Star Game, before being renamed the "Greater Nevada Field" in March 2016. Today, the state-of-the-art facility hosts major regional and national events for every member of the family such as Nitro Circus Live, the "Slaughter House" haunted house and the downtown ice rink. Grab the best Greater Nevada Field tickets at StubHub.
What is the Greater Nevada Field seating capacity?
The Greater Nevada Field seating capacity is over 9,100, with more than 6,500 fixed seats located throughout the stadium.
What is the Designated Driver program?
The Greater Nevada Field sponsors a Zero Fatalities Designated Driver Program in order to encourage guests at venue events to drink responsibly. Under the program, anyone who has a valid driver's license and is of legal drinking age (21+ years old) is eligible for the program, which entitles them to a complimentary soda, after pledging to be a designated driver. To sign-up for the program, a guest should locate Designated Driver sign-up at Guest Relations behind Section 105.
Is there on-site parking?
Greater Nevada Field does not have a lot of on-site parking. The only on-site parking offered is for individuals who have Valet Lot authorization or are one of the first 30 cars for handicap parking. In the Downtown Reno area, however, there are 12 open parking lots or garages near the venue.
Can I bring in food and drink?
Guest are allowed to bring peanuts, sunflower seeds and one factory-sealed bottle of water with them to all events at the venue. For guests who need to bring in other outside food or drink, all other items must be pre-approved by event staff based on specific medical conditions. Additionally, baby formula is also allowed into the venue.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?
Yes, guests can bring the young ones along. Children two years old and under are always welcome and do not require a ticket to attend Greater Nevada Field events; however, they must sit on the lap on an accompanying adult. On the other hand, children older than three years old need a ticket for admittance to the stadium.
Is the Greater Nevada Field a wheelchair-friendly facility?
At Greater Nevada Field events, there is wheelchair-friendly seating and adjacent companion seating available throughout the main concourse at different price points. Guests may also exchange tickets for wheelchair-friendly tickets before or on game day, based upon availability.Back to Top
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