Lucas Oil Stadium is a stadium in Indianapolis, IN and is the home stadium of the Indianapolis Colts. The stadium was completed in 2008 and cost $720 million to build. The stadium features a retractable roof, FieldTurf, and two high definition scoreboards. While the stadium’s main purpose is to serve as the home of the Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium also hosts other events such as NCAA Basketball, the Big Ten Football Championship Game, and Drum Corps International World Championships.
Lucas Oil Stadium seats approximately 62,421 people for football games, however the capacity can be expanded to 70,000 for larger events, such as the Super Bowl, and it can exceed 70,000 for basketball games. The stadium offers 137 luxury suites, with 8 field suites and 12 super suites.
Concerts at the Lucas Oil Stadium
The Lucas Oil Stadium occasionally hosts concerts for some of the biggest touring acts in the world, as it can fit up to 70,000 fans in it at any given time. Since it is very busy with sporting events, it doesn’t happen often, but artists like Beyonce and One Direction have filled the stadium for shows.
Lucas Oil Stadium Venue Guide
What can I not take into the stadium for a football game at the Lucas Oil Stadium?
The NFL checks all bags thoroughly, so make sure you don’t have any of the following common items or they will be confiscated prior to entry: backpacks, food, beverages, video recorders, noisemakers, bottles or cans.
Do my kids need a ticket?
All patrons must have a ticket for Lucas Oil Stadium, regardless of age.
What’s the best way to get to the Lucas Oil Stadium?
It’s in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, so if you can walk or take a taxi from where you’re staying, that would be your best bet. Otherwise we suggest buying a parking pass ahead of time and driving.