Soldier Field in Chicago has
a long history as the lair of the Chicago Bears. Since 1971, the Bears have filled the stadium with cheering fans, making it difficult to find Soldier Field parking on the best of days, but this multi-purpose stadium has also seen artists such as U2, Coldplay, Guns N' Roses, The Grateful Dead, and Beyonce dominate the field on a regular basis.
When it opened in 1924, Soldier Field's first incarnation had a style that harkened back to the amphitheatres and coliseums of Ancient Greece and Rome, with Doric columns at the entrance. The name Solider Field was dedicated during the 1926 Army vs Navy game as a memorial to US Soldiers who have given their lives in combat. It was renovated in 2003, despite criticism from landmark preservation groups. This renovation modernized the stadium for the twenty-first century, but it polarized fans and the public about the so-called “Spaceship on Soldier Field,” and lost Soldier Field its designation as a National Historic Landmark.
Luckily for every fan who loves the Orange and Blue, or wants to see Queen Bey in action, ParkWhiz can streamline the Soldier Field parking experience by helping you reserve your parking well in advance. Using ParkWhiz is simple and effective - just click on the event you want to see and book your Soldier Field parking pass. When you bring it with you to the game, you can drive straight to your chosen lot without worrying about vying with other parkers. With ParkWhiz, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the game, rather than searching for a parking spot until the middle of the second quarter.
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