Ford Field

Ford Field

2000 Brush St.,
Detroit, MI

Upcoming Events

Jun 14
4 locations
Beyonce
Parking starting at $5
Jun 23
3 locations
Guns N Roses
Parking starting at $5
Aug 18
2 locations
Sep 1
1 locations
Sep 18
2 locations
Tennessee Titans at Detroit Lions
Parking starting at $20
Oct 9
2 locations
Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions
Parking starting at $20
Oct 16
2 locations
Los Angeles Rams at Detroit Lions
Parking starting at $20
Oct 23
1 locations
Oct 29
3 locations
Luke Bryan
Parking starting at $5
Nov 20
1 locations
Nov 24
3 locations
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions(TBD)
Parking starting at $16
Dec 11
2 locations
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions
Parking starting at $20
Jan 1
2 locations

 

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About Ford Field

Ford Field is an example of Detroit’s rebirth, made manifest in steel, concrete and glass. Since it opened in 2002 to replace Tiger Stadium and the Pontiac Silverdome, the stadium has drawn quite a crowd. More

With a normal capacity of 65,000 that can be increased up to 78,000, the venue is ideal for not only football; the venue hosted the 2010 Frozen Four, the regional and semi-final games for the 2008 NCAA Basketball tournament, numerous concerts and Wrestlemania events. The venue incorporates Detroit’s history in its construction, utilizing a warehouse to house suites and club seats, along with frosted glass windows close to the ceiling to resemble an automobile factory. Ford Field’s primary tenants are the Detroit Tigers, who have been based at the stadium since it opened. The arena was the site of the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl from 2002-2013, and began hosting the Quick Lane Bowl in 2014. Super Bowl XL took place at the stadium in 2006, with the Steelers facing the Seahawks. The venue has a unique design and plentiful seating, but what about Ford Field parking? If you book Ford Field parking ahead of time with ParkWhiz, you can save time and money.

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