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Seating at Safeco Field is general admission with gates opening at 10:30am. In order to attend the event, you MUST log on to Account Manager and PRINT YOUR TICKETS RIGHT NOW. No assigned seats.
Super Bowl Championship Celebration
Wednesday at approximately 1:00pm
CenturyLink Field gates open at 10:30am
Also on hand will be more than 1,500 police officers, sheriff deputies and state troopers to try to secure a safe event. According to the Seattle Times, a department wide email was sent out by interim Police Chief Harry Bailey revoking all individual days off. The only exemptions was for employees with vacations approved before Sunday.
Twitter feed a few minutes ago said “season ticket holder parade viewing at Century Link at capacity. Overfow viewing now available at Safeco Field.”
Interesting that seats never became available to “non” season ticket holders since the entire stadium is NOT sold out to season ticket holders, and some come from so far away that it likely a few thousand of them won come. What happened to the (I guessing) 5,000 or more seats that weren claimed by the season ticket holders.
Also, is seating at Safeco first come first served, or are there tickets for that?????
This was poorly covered by the media that mislead thousands. I verified the story on KING5 so I waited and I refreshed for 4 hours before I had to step away to make dinner. The tickets release at 5pm and non are left for the Clink! Wow the “Capacity” they speak of cant be stadium capacity there is just no way that the season tix holders filled the entire stadium. Cheers! Heres to being a parade route 12th Man.
TOTALLY AGREE ! Season Ticket Holders Bait and Switched hundreds of thousands of fans watched the spectacular Seahawk victory parade, 50,000 Season Ticket Holders were virtually held hostage for 5+ hours inside Centurylink Field with the promise of a one of a kind history making celebration at the end of the parade. Season Ticket holders were able to purchase minimal food and beverage (hot dogs and popcorn, pop and hot cider) if they had the patience to wait 45 minutes to an hour in line, locked bathrooms, and no access to the Pro Shop (it wasn accessible from inside the stadium and if you left to enter from outside the stadium, you couldn return). There was absolutely no entertainment (watching snippets of the parade from high held cameras was irritating if not boring). Paul Allen needs a new party planner. Come on must have been someone on staff that was prepared for the Seahawks to win the Super Bowl! Nothing was handed out, not even a small paper photo of Wilson holding the Lombardi? Spirits rose when the team finally entered the stadium, and stayed somewhat high during the speeches in anticipation that surely something big was coming, but quickly waned as the crowd realized that confetti sprayed upon the team was the climax to a highly publicized “special” celebration party. Even the media speculated that something big was going to happen as the agenda had been kept so quiet. Don get me wrong in the stadium with the world best football team was, in itself, exhilarating the hype that got most of us there was sorely misleading. Felt like we were used to fill the stadium for media shots we left the stadium and observed the spoils of those who were smart enough to just attend the parade of us felt duped sayin
It is GOOD to see people agree! I Have been going to Hawks games since I can remember, I have been a faithful 12 since the King Dome. I was so excited to learn my family got tickets to go in the stadium for a special presentation because we are season ticket holders. For that reason I chose to skip standing in the sea of fans for the parade. This season has been filled with so many cool activities, screen graphics, and awesome fan opportunities, I thought surely this event would be one to take the cake. I was extremely disappointed! I sat in the cold for 5hours with no hope of an autograph, or even a close up picture, to watch the team somberly walk onto the field and have confetti sprayed on them. I was bored to tears waiting for them because there was absolutely NOTHING to do inside the stadium except listen to the reporting of the parade. The same things were said over and over again and we were all turning into 12man icicles. But, I didn leave because I had faith in the Seahawks Organization to host a celebration of a lifetime like they had alluded to. I also couldn leave or I wouldn be let back in. When the Boeing plane flew over most of the stadium was looking in all directions to try to figure out where it was no one could see it! Right as the speeches began we were surrounded by a group of young men who were bragging about having SNUCK into the stadium wouldn stop talking and were disrespecting Russell Wilson left feeling 10 times LESS special than every fan out on the parade route. As a season ticket holder and lifelong fan I was extremely hurt and disappointed. I chose to go into the stadium, as a 23 year old fan, instead of join the party outside and I was tricked into having the worst experience of everyone I know who was on the parade route. How can they let that happen? I have been an avid fan through losing games, through coach and player changes, and through it all, I never doubted my Seahawks. I will still always support my team too bad they couldn support the fans who have always been there, instead we were treated as seat fillers for the media. I cannot express how much of a let down that day was.