2014 Rose Bowl - Pasadena Tickets
Since 1923, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., has played host to "The Granddaddy of Them All." Get situated with pertinent venue information for the Thu. Jan 1, 2015 2:00 PM battle by reading over the info below.
Rose Bowl Seating Guide
*Home sideline is by sections 3-7.
*Visitor sideline is by sections 17-21.
The mammoth-sized Rose Bowl boasts 77 numbered rows of seats, in addition to lettered rows that begin at "A" below Row 1 and descend down toward the field. The stadium is broken down into 28 sections in all.
Despite the spacious seating capacity, the entire stadium is conveniently separated into just four seating locations including sideline (sections 2-3, 6-7, 16-17, 20-21), corner (1, 8-9, 14-15, 22-23, 28), endzone (10-13, 24-27), and mid field (4-5, 18-19).
Fans can enter each section via row 25, and take note that sections 1-8 and 15-22 contain seats with backs, so keep that in mind as you search for the ideal viewing location.
Rose Bowl Premium Seating
Rose Bowl premium seating boasts many different options, most notably suites. Fans enjoying the game from this level will be able to view the game either indoors or outdoors, take advantage of preferred parking and entrance, private restrooms, and enhanced dining choices. All of this comes in addition to standard suite features in most venues including multiple flat screens, air conditioning, and comfortable seats.
If suites aren't your thing, the Rose Bowl also offers four-person Loge Boxes located on the pavilion's level D between the 40-yard lines. The space offers similar amenities as the suites but for a private, 4,000 square foot box.
The final premium seating option is at the club level. With a view from the lower levels of sections E and D, club seats provide guests with a 15,000 square foot space to take advantage of the premium club lounge, complete with air conditioning, prime parking, cushioned seats, and food and drinks included with the price of the ticket.
Rose Bowl Gate and Tailgating Information
Fans can utilize any of the Rose Bowl's eight entrances located at Gates A-G and N. Will Call booths will be open at 10 a.m. on game day at Gates A and B, and a photo ID will be required to pick up your items.
While tailgating is permitted, there is no designated area to do so. Lots open six hours prior to kick-off and parking is on a first come-first served basis. Spaces typically run $20-$40 depending on the vehicle type. Lots will close 90 minutes after the game ends.
Rose Bowl Handicap Access
The entire stadium is accessible for those in need of special assistance. Field-level seats will be accessible through Tunnel 28, which also contains an elevator if necessary.