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Over 69,000 fans can fit inside “the Linc,” and now you can get Lincoln Financial Field Tickets here and experience all of the magic that happens in this state-of-the-art, $512 Million stadium. Serving as home field to the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and NCAA’s Temple Owls, this fantastic stadium also hosts concerts, motor sports, family events, and plenty of other sporting events. Find cheap Lincoln Financial Field tickets by clicking on the red tickets link adjacent to the event of your choice, and then use our price range bar to sift through our complete inventory and find the tickets for your budget. We also have deals for Lincoln Financial Field parking, so you don't have to worry about getting stuck without a place to leave your car. When you buy both tickets and parking passes before you go, you can ensure a hassle-free experience.
To purchase, click on the "Tickets" button next to the event you'd like to attend. Check out the Lincoln Financial Field seating chart and pick seats that best fit your budget. Next, click “Buy,” log into Vivid Seats, and provide the required billing and shipping information. We’re here to help online using the Live Chart feature, or you can call 1.866.848.8499 for any questions. When the transaction is complete, we’ll promptly ship your Lincoln Financial Field tickets.
Where Can I Find a Lincoln Financial Field Seating Chart? Getting your hands on great Linc tickets is very simple, especially if you already know the place in the venue. Our interactive Lincoln Financial Field seating chart lets you click directly on the seats you’re interested in and view their availability as well as the price. White notes and small icons inform you of alternative shipping methods, and there is a link near the city and venue name that provides details about suites and general seating areas.
Are There Any Upcoming Lincoln Financial Field Concerts & Sporting Events? There are plenty of Lincoln Financial Field tickets for non-football fans. In 2018, fans can catch concerts from Rolling Stones and The Weeknd along with Monster Jam at Lincoln Financial Field.
Lincoln Financial Field Rules & General Information Your safety is the number one priority, so there are Lincoln Financial Field rules in place for your protection. Among these rules, there are items that aren’t permitted for Linc events, including bags larger than 12" x 12" x 12", alcohol, animals (except service dogs), fireworks, firearms and weapons, laser Pointers, and noisemakers. The camera policy is that video cameras and the use of video capable cell phones are prohibited. but still cameras are permitted.
Nestled in the heart of southern Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field isn’t only home to the Philadelphia Eagles. This massive stadium is also one of the city’s largest concert venues, and each summer a parade of the world’s most talented musicians, such as the Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters and Coldplay, will head to this outdoor venue to perform for fans in the Philly area.
In years past, greats like Bruce Springsteen, U2, Kenny Chesney, and Beyoncé have all performed on stage at this Philadelphia stadium, and many more are sure to venture through in the years to come. When your favorite performer plans their next concert here, you can check out the seating guide for Lincoln Financial Field below to help decide where you want to sit during the big performance.
During concerts at Lincoln Financial Field, bands typically set their stages up on the field in one of the end zones. There may be a smaller “B” stage located in the center of the field for some performers. Typically, the rest of the Field Level holds reserved seating, general admission areas, or a combination of the two. In addition, the permanent seating located throughout the stadium’s seating bowl will be available to fans. Usually sections with a rear view of the stage won’t be available, but sometimes seats with a side view will be open to concertgoers.
When the field is opened to fans for Lincoln Financial Field concerts, fans get a rare chance to stand right next to their favorite performers on stage. If you get seats in the front row or choose to stand in the Pit right next to the stage, you’ll have a one-of-a-kind experience being feet away from your favorite band while they perform top songs in concert.
Even standing farther back on the field, you’ll be seeing the concert from a seat on level with the stage. Occasionally your view may be blocked if the people in front of you are standing, but generally you can see and hear everything very well from the floor. You’ll be especially caught up in the concert being so close to the performers and your fellow fans.
The Lower Level is the first permanent seating area that’s open to fans attending concerts at Lincoln Financial Field. These seats are at a higher level than the field, so you should be able to see over the fans seated or standing in that area. The rows in this level are also tiered, making it slightly easier to see. If you’re seated in sections to the side of the stage, you’ll be especially close to the performer or band.
If you choose seats in the Lower Level that are farther to the rear of the stadium, you’ll still feel close to the action. As you can see in the photo below, the big screens help make up for what you might not be able to see on your own.
The middle of the stadium holds both the Club and the Middle Levels. The Club Level sections are on the sides of the stadium, while the Mid-Level sections are generally opposite the stage. Seated in the rear of this level, in Mid-Level Sections M7-M14, your view of the stage will be most direct.
The Club Level sections generally will get you closer to the stage, however, so you may have a better chance of seeing the show clearly if you’re sitting in the Club Level.
High atop the Lincoln Financial Field seating chart, the Upper Level is the final area where fans can elect to sit during concerts at the stadium. Since these seats are farthest from the field and the stage, it’s more difficult to get a good view of the performer from seats in the Upper Level.
However, if you’re closer to the sides of the stage, you’ll be a little bit closer to the performance. Even farther toward the rear of the stadium, your seats will have a view of the big LED screens that flank the stage. This way, even though you’re far from the band, you can still see what’s happening on stage.