As usual, the final Monster Energy AMA Supercross competition of the season will take place at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on May 3. Catch all of the pulse-pounding action live in Sin City this spring and see if three-time World Supercross defending champion Ryan Villopoto can make it four straight in 2014. Other potential contenders for the top spot include Chad Reed, James Stewart, Ken Roczen, Ryan Dungey, and Justin Brayton.
Sam Boyd Stadium Seating Information
The outdoor Sam Boyd Stadium will not need to be altered much to be able to accommodate an event like Monster Energy AMA Supercross. The track will occupy the center portion of the stadium where the field usually rests, and will extend out near the outer areas of the 200 level.
All levels of Sam Boyd Stadium will be open for fans attending the Supercross World Championship. The 100 level makes up the majority of seating available inside the venue, especially on the sides which extend all the way up to the 300 level. Meanwhile, 200-level seating can be found at opposite ends of Sam Boyd Stadium, though note that some areas may not offer a full view of the action. Any seats with limited or obstructed views will be noted as such in the listing.
Sam Boyd Stadium General Information
While items like briefcases and handbags are generally permitted, no coolers, large backpacks or bags, video cameras, outside food and drink, or noisemakers can be brought inside. All guests are subject to search. Smoking is prohibited and re-entry is typically not permitted.
Sam Boyd Stadium Parking Information
There is usually free parking available at Sam Boyd Stadium in the south, east and west lots. In addition, parking is available at the nearby Cox Pavilion and Thomas & Mack Center. Shuttle buses from the Hard Rock Hotel may also be available on the day of the event.
Sam Boyd Stadium Gate Times
Sam Boyd Stadium gates usually open around 12:30 p.m. local time for practice and qualifying races, but check with the venue in advance for more up-to-date information.