What if I lose an item at Snapdragon Stadium?
Guests looking to claim or report lost items during an event should visit Guest Services behind sections 101, 114, 135 and 328. Guests inquiring about items lost at a previous event may contact guest services.
When do doors open for an event?
Door opening times for Snapdragon Stadium events will vary according to each event. Please visit the specific event page for details.
Am I allowed to exit the stadium and then re-enter?
No, guests may not exit and re-enter Snapdragon Stadium.
I have my tickets ready, which entrance do I use?
Snapdragon Stadium has a total of five main public entrances for ticketed guests.
- Southeast Gate
- Quidel (East) Gate
- Kaiser Permanente (Northeast) Gate
- Northwest Gate
- Premium lobby entrance on the west side. *Exclusive to premium ticket holders only.
Does Snapdragon Stadium offer wheelchair escorts?
Yes, complimentary wheelchair escorts are available to and from any entry gate and ticketed seats for guests who request assistance. Requests for wheelchair escorts can be placed with a Guest Service representative at any entrance gate. Wheelchairs are based on availability and will not remain with guests during the event.
Where can I smoke inside Snapdragon Stadium?
Snapdragon Stadium is a facility of San Diego State University. There is no smoking of any kind permitted on the SDSU campus. Smoking is prohibited within the stadium gates or stadium property which includes the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
How early can I park before an event?
Parking varies based on the event. Please visit the Directions, Parking and Transportation page for more information.
What is the bag policy at Snapdragon Stadium?
Snapdragon Stadium is a clear bag only venue. Guests are encouraged to limit the number of items they bring with them to the Stadium. Only (1) one of the following style and size bag, package, or container per person:
- Bags that are clear plastic or clear vinyl and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” or a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag.
- Purses, bags, or clutches no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”.
Prohibited bags include but are not limited to large purses, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, luggage of any kind, computer bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.
Bag check lockers will be available for purchase outside the stadium on the east side.
This policy is not intended to interfere with guests attending with specific medical needs or guests caring for young children.
Can I bring in food and beverages?
Sealed water bottles (unfrozen) as well as empty refillable water bottles no larger than 32oz are allowed into the stadium. All other bottles, cans, or beverage containers are not allowed into Snapdragon Stadium. Outside food is not permitted. Exceptions will be made for those with medical requirements and/or special needs.
Can I take public transportation to Snapdragon Stadium?
Yes. Snapdragon Stadium is located a short walk from the Stadium station on the Trolley's Green Line. For additional information about taking the Trolley, please visit the Directions, Parking and Transportation page.
Is parking available at Snapdragon Stadium? Can I purchase parking in advance?
Yes, event parking is available in multiple surface parking lots surrounding Snapdragon Stadium. However, parking is limited and guests are strongly encouraged to purchase parking in advance of event day, or to plan on taking public transportation. For parking lot locations and pre-paid parking, visit the Directions, Parking and Transportation page.
Is tailgating allowed?
Tailgating policies may vary based on event. Please visit the specific event page for details.
For SDSU Football events, guests may tailgate in Snapdragon Stadium parking lots on a limited basis. All parking lots on site open 5 hours prior to kickoff. Guests are required to park in spaces as directed by ACE Parking upon arrival; guests may not reserve additional spaces and must tailgate directly behind their vehicle. For additional information on tailgating, please visit the Directions, Parking and Transportation page.
Location of reverse ATMs.-cashless venue
Reverse ATMs are available onsite to load cash onto a pre-paid debit card for easy ordering at our cashless concessions and retail locations. Reverse ATMs are located inside the southeast and southwest entries.
Is photography permitted?
Professional photography is not permitted unless approved by the event's specific media relations contact ahead of time.
How can I be notified of upcoming events?
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What type of events will be held at Snapdragon Stadium?
Snapdragon Stadium is a 35,000-seat multipurpose venue that will serve as the home for San Diego State University football, San Diego Wave (NWSL soccer), San Diego Legion (MLR rugby), major concerts and festivals, professional sports, motorsports, NCAA and world championships, international soccer, high school sports, entertainment events and private special events.
Where is Snapdragon Stadium located?
Snapdragon Stadium is located in Mission Valley at 2101 Stadium Way, San Diego, CA 92108
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What is the capacity of Snapdragon Stadium?
Snapdragon Stadium is a 35,000-seat multipurpose stadium.
Who do I contact for premium seating and suites?
For more information about Premium Experiences, please check out our Premium page.
How can I request a sign language interpreter?
Please contact guest services at 619.564.7940.
Where can I buy merchandise?
Visit the Snapdragon Stadium Team store or any of the merch booths available throughout the stadium.
Can I bring banners or signs?
Snapdragon Stadium welcomes fan support including banners and signs. Banners, posters, and signs must be no larger than 24’’ x 36’’. All items are subject to content review – obscene and/or vulgar messages will not be allowed. We ask that guests do not place signs, posters or banners on any railings, seatbacks or obstruct other guests’ view of the field or any in-stadium digital signage.