Directions to the venue
From Downtown Chicago (I-55): Take I-55 South to the Harlem Avenue exit. Turn left (south) onto Harlem Avenue. Proceed south about 2.4 miles to the stadium.
From Tri-State Tollway (I-294): Take I-294 and exit at 95th Street EAST towards Harlem (IL Route 43). Proceed about a block, then take ramp to IL Route 43 (Harlem) NORTH. Continue North on Harlem about 3 miles. GENERAL PARKING: STAY IN RIGHT LANE, veer right onto the Frontage Road and beneath the bridge (immediately north of 71st Street).
From West: Take I-55 North and exit Harlem Avenue (IL Route 43) SOUTH. Proceed south about 2.4 miles and STAY IN RIGHT LANE. GENERAL PARKING: enter right into "N" lots along Harlem. Only VIP and STH parking may turn right onto 71st Street and enter lots S1 and S2.
From South: Use 79th, 87th or 95th Street to Harlem Avenue (IL Route 43) NORTH. Continue north on Harlem Avenue to parking lot entrances at 70th and Harlem. GENERAL PARKING: STAY IN RIGHT LANE, veer right onto the Frontage Road beneath before the bridge (immediately north of 71st Street). Only VIP and STH parking may turn right onto 71st Street and enter lots S1 and S2.
SeatGeek Stadium is the heart of soccer for much of the Midwest and a must-see destination for world-class concerts and other sporting events. Each year, more than a half million people go by the stadium's trademark brick arch, many achieving or reliving what has become a rite of passage for sports and music fans alike.
SeatGeek Stadium regularly hosts blockbuster concerts by the likes of Jimmy Buffett, Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival, Phish and B96 Pepsi Summerbash on its permanent dedicated music stage.
Since opening its doors in 2006, SeatGeek Stadium (formerly Toyota Park) also has treated fans to rugby and football games, as well as wrestling and mixed martial arts events. SeatGeek Stadium's expansive parking lots regularly host large festivals and special entertainment, such as circus acts.
The 20,000 seat soccer facility (28,000 for concerts) is owned and managed by the Village of Bridgeview. It features 42 executive suites aincluding six stage suites (available for sporting events).
SeatGeek Stadium is conveniently located in Bridgeview near I-294 and-I-55, within an easy drive from every corner of the Chicago area. Just 15 miles from Chicago's Loop, SeatGeek Stadium offers ample parking and is served by PACE buses and shuttle links with the nearby CTA Midway Orange Line station.