On Wednesday, the Colorado Rockies provided a sneak peek of its huge new video scoreboard being constructed in left-center at Coors Field. The massive new scoreboard will measure 8,369 square feet — 258 percent larger than the board it’s replacing. Read more and view rendering here.
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Another downtown Denver (CO) parking lot will soon be plowed under to make way for a mixed-use development next to Coors Field. Stantec, a multi-national architectural design firm, has released renderings of a forthcoming outdoor plaza complex it is designing on behalf of the Colorado Rockies. Read more here and here.
This NHL is expected to announced this weekend during the All-Star Game in Columbus (OH) that the Colorado Avalanche and Minnesota Wild will host outdoor games next season. In addition to football stadiums, outdoor venue options include Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, and Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins. Read more here and here.
The Colorado Rockies will be giving away “Sasquatch” Bobblehead Gnomes to the first 15,000 through the gates at Coors Field Sunday afternoon, June 8. Who is sponsoring this wonderful giveaway? You guessed it — Jack Link’s Beef Jerky. Watch “Messin’ with Sasquatch” commercials here.
In a series called “Ballpark Quirks,” Sports Illustrated takes a look at the distinctive features and oddities that make up each of MLB’s 30 parks. Up now: Coors Field’s Rooftop Deck. Read more and view photos here.
Every Colorado Rockies fan with a ticket to a game this year at Coors Field will have access to the brand-new party deck above right field called The Rooftop. At 38,000 square feet, the deck is reportedly the largest in sports. The new monster-sized fan amenity has firepits, cabanas and a new margarita-themed bar on the mezzanine. Read more and view photos here. Go to @RoxRooftop.
Foodservice giant Aramark is trying to capitalize on the growing food truck trend by bringing in a Wok in the Park food truck to Coors Field. We’re not talking about your daddy’s sketchy, greasy, heart-attack-on-wheels roach coaches of the past. Look for other ballpark food operators to do the same, if they’re not doing it already. Read more here.
Apparently, AT&T subscribers have had problems making calls, texting, and using wireless service at Coors Field. No more. AT&T has spent $1.5 million to provide users with a dedicated network that includes a high-tech infrastructure equivalent to the installation of eight (8) 3G cell towers. This new cutting edge system could open the door to other applications, such as in-your-seat concessions ordering. Read more here.