Situated in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square district is CenturyLink Field, CenturyLink Field Event Center and WaMu Theater – three distinct venues located at one amazing downtown location. CenturyLink Field boosts spectacular views of Puget Sound and downtown. The facility is surrounded by restaurants, bars, hotels, shopping and tourist attractions, public transportation, making the venue not only popular with sports fans but a convenient and desirable location for young and old alike. Adjacent to the Stadium is the 200,000 square foot CenturyLink Event Center, which hosts the city’s largest tradeshows. WaMu Theater has been host to a number of A-list concerts, plus a variety of corporate meetings, dinners, parties, and fashion shows. CenturyLink Field facilities are serviced by our top rated in-house concessionaire First & Goal Hospitality, whose on-site team of chefs and staff manage all your food & beverage needs every step of the way. Our location and venues allow for endless possibilities. To book, visit centurylinkfield.com/event-booking.
Working together with the City, Port of Seattle, Downtown Seattle Association, and Visit Seattle, we have the ability to welcome groups from the moment they step off the airplane, ride public transportation, take in the iconic attractions that make Seattle special and lay their heads in beds. Welcome home, MLB!
Dedicated ambassadors can greet fans in the airport throughout all terminals. We can station live music to set the welcoming tone as well as make a visual impact with banners leading the way to the Link Light Rail.
Clear Channel is our partner for all static and digital welcome packages at the 13th busiest airport in the nation.
Seattle Center Monorail is a fast, direct way to travel between downtown Seattle’s Westlake Center Mall and Seattle Center. Celebrating its 56th anniversary, the one-mile route takes less than 3 minutes and carries more than 2M passengers every year.
Eye catching street pole banners can line Seattle’s shopping districts, waterfront, and stadium neighborhoods providing a cohesive and festive environment.
Look for over 400 businesses in the downtown core to display welcome MLB clings, a showing of excitement and solidarity!
Light up Seattle in MLB’s colors, from our stadiums, to the Washington State Convention Center, to the Seattle Great Wheel, and beyond.
For the first time, Seattle’s most iconic venues come together to wow MLB fans. With each venue just steps from the next, visitors will take in spectacular array of dazzling views, inspiring art and lively music. Start off at Seattle’s #1 attraction, Chihuly Garden and Glass, with its brilliant creations by world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly. Move on to the MoPOP, Seattle’s exciting Museum of Popular Culture designed by Frank O. Gehry where you can hear, play, view and dive deep into every facet of pop culture. Topping it off, head to the top of the epic Space Needle and discover two entirely new levels of thrills: from an all-glass floor below to an open-air deck above, the view from 600′ never looked so good. All these fantastic venues in one easily walkable package.
The Museum of Flight is Seattle’s best—and most unique—backdrop for up to 6,000 person events. Nowhere else can you be surrounded by some of the world’s most legendary commercial and military aircraft, experience the Red Barn, The Boeing Company’s original manufacturing building, and see one of the world’s most jaw-dropping collections of WWI and WWII-era fighters in the museum’s Personal Courage Wing.
An anchor in the iconic Seattle Center, KeyArena is currently undergoing a once-in-a-lifetime transformational project to build a world-class sports and entertainment venue: Seattle Center Arena.
Waterfront Seattle will fulfill the community’s vision for a central waterfront for all of Seattle: Beautiful public spaces for all, a salmon-friendly seawall, and year-round cultural, educational, and recreational activities. Seattle’s future waterfront park will bring numerous engaging public spaces. The result will be a vibrant Waterfront District that will attract the entire city to shop, eat, and play.
Set to open in 2023, the new park capitalizes on major infrastructure improvements, the replacement of the Elliott Bay Seawall (completed Fall 2017) and removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, and enables the expansion of Pike Place Market and the Seattle Aquarium.
Seattle’s extraordinary waterfront offers stunning views of Elliott Bay and the city skyline. There is no better place to showcase the magic of our natural landscape to visitors and locals alike. Creating a fan experience using the Seattle Aquarium, Miners Landing, the Seattle Great Wheel would be second to none.
Seattle has built an impressive golf empire over the past decade, but none as quintessential as The Golf Club at Newcastle.
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Seattle is a running town. Hit the pavement with us at any number of our 5k scenic routes.
Just steps away from CenturyLink & Safeco Fields sits Seattle’s first neighborhood, Pioneer Square. Rebuilt after the devastating “Great Fire” of 1889, the district is characterized by late nineteenth century brick and stone buildings and one of America’s best surviving collections of Romanesque Revival style urban architecture. Above ground, visitors enjoy some of the city’s finest restaurants, shopping boutiques, a thriving art gallery scene (including the city’s best First Thursday Art Walk), and flourishing nightlife; go beneath the streets, though, for a glimpse Seattle’s intriguing past with Bill Spidel’s Underground Tour.
This neighborhood is served by more modes of transit than anywhere else in the city. It’s easily accessible from Interstate 5 and Interstate 90. Even the connection to Sea-Tac International Airport is direct and practical on the Sound Transit Link Light Rail.
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