New Stadium Renovations Announced!

Lumen Field’s commitment to putting the fan first and continuously innovating the fan experience.

The Seahawks and First & Goal Inc. have officially kicked off on a new improvement plan to modernize and upgrade various areas throughout the stadium over the next three years. Below is an outline of current renovation projects and what fans should expect to see at Lumen Field.

cityside bars offering premium field views

Hendrick's Gin Cityside Bar & Tequila Herradura Cityside Bar

A new 6300 square foot premium food & beverage area, Cityside Bars, will be added in the north end of the stadium. Open to all fans on gameday, this project transforms the currently unused space underneath the stadium’s iconic Hawks Nest into a covered open-air fan gathering area with premium lower-level views of the playing field. The space will feature two nearly 40-foot-wide bars – Hendrick's Gin Cityside Bar and Tequila Herradura Cityside Bar – along with 83 feet of drink rails facing the field, an oversized outdoor gas fireplace, and Pacific Northwest-themed finishes.

The new amenities at Cityside Bars are scheduled to be complete for the 2022 Seahawks season.

new north video boards


Installation of two new north-end video boards will significantly enhance the fan experience. The Mitsubishi Pixel Pitch Diamond Vision displays (39.90’h x 70.34’w) will more than double the size of the previous video boards. Fans can expect to see the full 16x9 game presentation highlighted by enhanced graphics and 4K pan and zoom for highlights and replay reviews.

The new video boards are scheduled to be complete for the start of the 2022 Seahawks season.

upper concourse concession upgrades

Concession enhancements are on the way for the Upper Concourse. An area titled District Market will be added in the south end of the upper level behind the Toyota Fan Deck and include a more modern, open food and beverage experience with checkout-free transaction technologies. The space will also feature food from the stadium’s community neighbors in Seattle’s International District. Additional concession upgrades planned for 2022 and beyond include multiple checkout-less transaction location concepts, including replacing portable concession stands on the outer rim of the upper-level concourse.

The new amenities for District Market are scheduled to be complete for the 2022 Seahawks season.

Future Innovation for 2023 and Beyond

New Tunnel Club Premium Hospitality Area

Lumen Field plans to add a new pre-game Tunnel Club. This new premium offering will provide Seahawks fans a ticketed pre-game hospitality club adjacent to the home locker room where they will have the opportunity to see players as they go to and from the playing field. The new Tunnel Club will also feature all-inclusive premium food and beverage options. 

Verizon Lounge Upgrades

The stadium’s Verizon Lounge is scheduled to undergo numerous future renovations. The current Verizon Lounge serves as buffet-style restaurant pre-game, with two bars available throughout the game to Delta Sky360° Club ticketholders. Preliminary concepts for the space’s remodel include creating two standing room open-air decks with views of the field, a new premium bar, and general upgrades to finishes throughout the area.



Experience fanovation on seahawks gameday

Order a drink at the Cityside bars and grab a bite at District Market all while seeing the action go down on the new videoboards with the roar of the 12s in the background during Seahawks Gameday!

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Renovation FAQs

Why are we renovating Lumen Field?
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Lumen Field celebrates 20 years of world-class sports and entertainment events in 2022. As we look to continually provide a premium experience for our guests, we are prioritizing “fanovation” – where our fans and continued innovation are at the forefront of our decisions. We are excited for fans to see these new modernization projects emerge over the next few years.

What are the major changes coming to Lumen Field?
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- A new area titled Cityside Bars is scheduled to open for the 2022 Seahawks season. This project transforms the currently unused space underneath the stadium’s iconic Hawks Nest in the north end of the stadium into a covered open-air fan gathering area with premium lower-level views of the playing field. The space will feature two nearly 40-foot-wide, as well as 83 feet of drink rails facing the field, an oversized outdoor gas fireplace, and Pacific Northwest-themed finishes.

- The stadium will also install two new north-end video boards. The Mitsubishi Pixel Pitch Diamond Vision displays (39.90’h x 70.34’w) will more than double the size of the previous video boards. Fans can expect to see the full 16x9 game presentation highlighted by enhanced graphics and 4K pan and zoom for highlights and replay reviews. The new video boards are scheduled to be complete for the start of the 2022 Seahawks season.  

- Concession enhancements are on the way for the Upper Concourse. A new area titled District Market will be added in the south end of the upper level behind the Toyota Fan Deck and offer a more modern, open food and beverage experience with the opportunity for checkout-free transaction technologies. The space will also feature food from the stadium’s community neighbors in Seattle’s International District.  

- Additional modernization projects are scheduled for 2023 and beyond. More about those projects can be found here

How will the construction impact events and fans?
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The construction impact should be minimal for our guests. We apologize for any inconvenience.

When will the enhancement projects finish?
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The Cityside Bars, north end video boards and District Market concession area are all scheduled to be complete for the start of the 2022 Seahawks season. Updates on future projects will be announced soon.

Lumen Field's 20th anniversary

Lumen Field is celebrating it's 20th Anniversary this year. The stadium opened July 20, 2002 and held it's first event July 28, 2002.

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