Orange Bowl Game at Hard Rock Stadium
The Orange Bowl is played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Hard Rock Stadium is a short drive from South Beach in Miami. Hard Rock Stadium is the home field for the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Open tennis tournament. This legendary stadium has hosted multiple Super Bowls, National Championship Games, major concerts and even WrestleMania.
Renovations in recent years reduced capacity for a football game at Hard Rock Stadium down to approximately 65,000 fans. That is still a big venue, so we breakdown each level below to help you decide where you want to sit the next time you visit Hard Rock Stadium for the Capital One Orange Bowl.
Lower prime tickets are sections 140-144, which truly are the best seats in the house and right behind the Dolphins bench. Sections 112-116 are right behind the visiting bench.
The 200 level is club seating area and offers access to club-level amenities that many fans crave. The club-level sections in the 200-level including 209-219 and 237-247 which all run along the sidelines of the field. This section is only 10 rows deep so its intimate, exclusive and still keeps you very close to the action.
Executive suites are right behind these sections but also considered 200 level, as well as some on the 300 level. Executive tickets come with all of the modern amenities that fans expect in a luxury suite including access to a wet bar, fridge and HDTVs.
On the 300 level, they are air conditioned and come with a bar and valet parking. Upper prime tickets are located in sections 411-417 and 439-445. These upper deck seats are positioned between each end zone line.
The 400 level has upper prime seating, which are sections 439-445 and 411-417, running along the sidelines. The first four rows of these sections are considered upper prime loge. Fans seeking the cheapest tickets for the Orange Bowl will likely wind up selecting seats in the 400-level, where there are some good values to be had.