N.E. Revolution Drive-In Watch Parties on the Gillette Stadium Field
The New England Revolution will host drive-in watch parties on the Gillette Stadium field for the teamís matches in the MLS is Back Tournament, allowing fans to watch the clubís return to play inside the stadium in a socially distanced environment.
Fans will park on the stadium field to view the game on the north and south end video boards.
**Revolution Season Members will receive a pre-sale email on Thursday, July 2 at 12 p.m.**
If there are additional tickets still available after the pre-sale, we will announce an opportunity for ticket access for the general public at a later date.
All ticket proceeds from the event will benefit the United Negro College Fundís Virtual Walk for Education, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Boston Branch, and Special Olympics Massachusetts.
All vehicles must fit into one parking space. No oversize vehicles, including oversize pickup trucks, campers, trailers. No motorcycles will be permitted.
Vehicles will first stage in Lot 4C before the security screening process begins. Each attendee will pre-select an arrival time window during the purchasing process. The arrival time windows will begin two (2) hours prior to each event and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
All vehicles will be screened by the Massachusetts State Police before entry to the stadium. Each vehicle will be subject to an EOD canine search. In addition, fans may be asked to open the vehicle trunk for inspection.
Fans may not exit the stadium and then re-enter. Fans looking to purchase food and beverage from Patriot Place restaurants should do so before entering the stadium in their vehicle.
Mask Policy and Social Distancing procedures
1. Masks must be worn in all common areas where social distancing is not possible.
2. All Drive-In Watch Party parking spots are assigned a private viewing area directly behind or to the left of each vehicle. Guests are asked not to congregate in any public areas and to stay out of pedestrian walkways where possible. Masks are not required when fans are seated in their vehicle or in the area directly adjacent to their vehicle.
Where are the restrooms located?
One menís and one womenís restroom will be available on the East side concourse. ADA restrooms are available upon request. Fans should social distance while using the restrooms.
What is allowed inside the stadium?
Guests are allowed to bring food & non-alcoholic beverages inside the stadium to be consumed within your reserved private viewing area in front of your vehicle.
No Grilling or cooking of any kind is allowed.
The typical Gillette Stadium clear bag policy and outside food and drink policy will not be in effect for the drive-in watch party.
Animals (Except those certified animals that are assisting guests with disabilities)
Noise makers of any kind
No tents or umbrellas are allowed during the match
Cameras with lenses exceeding 6Ē
Weapons of any kind (Fireworks, Knives, Pocket Knives) etc.
No smoking is allowed at any time while inside of Gillette Stadium
Illegal Drugs and Substances
Balls(e.g. soccer balls, beach balls
GoPro Cameras and Video Cameras
Is there Food & Beverage available for purchase?
There will be no food and beverage available for purchase at the stadium.
Patriot Place restaurants are available for take-out orders for fans looking to purchase food before entering the stadium.
How do I Tune in to the sound?
Guests have multiple viewing options for our in-stadium Drive-In Watch Party match experience. Guests can tune to 98.5 on FM radio to listen to the match from the comfort of your their vehicle. Guests who wish to view the match from the exterior of their car will be able to listen through the stadium's house sound.
How to Access Tickets
You may use Mobile Entry via the Gillette Stadium App for this event.
Thursday July 9 - 8:00pm
Thursday July 16 - 8:00pm
Tuesday July 23 - 9:00am
Tickets cost $40 per vehicle for Season Ticket Holders. All ticket proceeds from the event will benefit the United Negro College Fundís Virtual Walk for Education, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Boston Branch, and Special Olympics Massachusetts.
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