The first non-baseball event at the new Yankee Stadium took place on the evening of Saturday, April 25, 2009, when Senior Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church held what was dubbed as a "Historic Night of Hope" Christian prayer service.

A New York University graduation ceremony was held on May 13, 2009, with the address being delivered by the former New York Senator Hillary Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State. The 2010 NYU ceremony featured Alec Baldwin as a speaker. President Bill Clinton spoke at the 2011 ceremony.

In 2014, Yankee Stadium housed the Double-A and Triple-A New York City High School Public School Athletic League Championship. In 2011, it became home to the PSAL Football City Conference Championship.



At one point, there were some concerns that Yankee tickets would be hard to get after the new Stadium opening, but the higher cost of the tickets only meant increased availability to those who are willing to pay the price. On the direct ticketing side, it is possible to buy tickets through the Yankees either online, via phone, or at the Stadium box office. The Yankees don’t vary their ticket prices, so it doesn’t matter what day of the week it is or who is playing. Ticket prices in sections never change and start as low as $15 in case of bleacher seats. StubHub There are plenty of options to purchase via the secondary market, but the process has changed. The New York Yankees began a multi-year agreement with StubHub, which made the company the official fan-to-fan ticket resale marketplace. The new system allows StubHub to be integrated into the Yankees ticket system, and replace the Yankees Ticket Exchange. Tickets purchased at StubHub are delivered right to its app within minutes after placing an order. It is possible to use the app to scan purchased tickets and get into the game. If the tickets aren't available for instant delivery, StubHub sends customers an email with information on how to get their tickets. TicketIQ and SeatGeek There are also ticket aggregators like TicketIQ and SeatGeek that are in charge of pulling all the broker options together. There is a high chance of finding cheaper pricing for off-peak days than the one on the primary market. Sightlines and prices There are a lot of excellent

Stadium Seat View

Shaded and Covered Seating Shaded and Covered Seats - belong to the back of the 100, 200, and 400 levels and have the most overhead coverage at Yankee Stadium. 100 Level (Field Level). Approximately 25% of all seats at Yankee Stadium offer some type of cover or shade. Club and Premium Seating Legends Suites The best seats for a game are those located on the infield and behind home plate in sections 14A-27A. These sections are considered Legends Suite seats and come with privileges and benefits that can not be found anywhere else in the ballpark. The Legends Suite is offering fans access to the Legend's Suite Club, the Ketel One Lounge, and the Dugout Lounge. The Legends Suite offers fine dining, while the lounges provide complimentary grab n go food and drinks. Each club has private restrooms. For ticket holders in Legends seats, all food and non-alcoholic drinks are included in the ticket price. Ticket Holders can enter Stadium through a private entrance and have access to a gameday concierge. Champions Suite Ticket Holders in this collection of six sections will enjoy access to the Ketel One Lounge and Dugout Lounge. These private, climate-controlled areas allow customers to grab food and non-alcoholic drinks at no additional cost. It is possible to eat or drink at the bar or relax in the lounge furniture before or during the game. The seats in the section are over-sized and padded for extreme comfort. Delta Sky360 Suite Delta Sky Suites is on the 200 level. These sections offer an elevated view of Yankee Stadium an


The facility offers more than 9,000 official parking spaces that surround the Stadium, and thousands more in garages and public lots located within walking distance. Parking tips Parking Farther Away to Save Money: During the regular season, parking may cost upwards for $30-$40 and increase postseason. It is possible to save more than 50% on parking if parking in a further lot. Pre-Pay option: Customers can save both time and hassle in case of pre-paying for the parking. Customers can buy official Yankees parking through City Parking. However, it is recommended to plan and make a reservation before heading to the big game. Early arrivals: Regardless of where customers plan on parking, it is always better to get there early. It is even suggested to arrive about two to three hours before the game. Tailgating Tailgating is allowed at the various garages and lots that are operated by City Parking. Open Fires are strictly prohibited in lots and garages. It is only possible to occupy the spots that have been purchased and reserved. It is not possible to save spaces in garages or lots. Consumption of alcohol is prohibited in lots and garages. Handicap Parking Yankee Stadium has over 9,000 parking spots, with some of them dedicated to handicap parking offered by City Parking. However, customers should consider that a handicap tag issued through New York City must be visible to use a handicap space without facing fines. NYC does not recognize handicap tags that are from other states, including New Jersey.

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