Aug 18, 2014

Rose Bowl Premium Seating Sold Out for 2014 Season

Rose Bowl Premium Seating Team achieves milestone with sell-out for 2014 football season

The Rose Bowl Stadium announced today that it has sold out of Premium Seating season tickets in the Terry Donahue Pavilion for the highly anticipated 2014 UCLA Football season. The highly sought after Premium Seating includes Luxury Suites, semi-private Loge Boxes, and wider cushioned Club Seats. Premium Seating in the Terry Donahue Pavilion also comes with a number of benefits such as: indoor/outdoor amenities, comfortable seating with plenty of legroom, as well as upscale dining options and full bars. Premium Seat holders not only have tickets to all UCLA home games but the 2015 Rose Bowl Game slated to be the first College Football Playoff semi-final game.

“We have certainly exceeded our goals for 2014 and beyond,” Sr. Director of Premium Seating, Mike Forrester said. “We were approximately 70% sold out of Premium Seating inventory prior to this summer and the fans are responding well to the grand opening last season as well as the exciting UCLA season ahead. We couldn’t be more excited for the start of the season on September 6th.”  

To purchase premium seating at the Rose Bowl Stadium on a season-long basis, guests may sign up on the Rose Bowl website to join the Premium Seating Waitlist. Although premium seating has sold out for the upcoming UCLA football season, there will be a limited number of Suites and Premium Club Seats that will go on sale for individual game purchases only as well as the 2015 Rose Bowl Game/College Football Playoff Game. For more information on individual game purchases please contact Premium Seating sales representatives Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm PST at 626-585-6800 or by visiting

About the Rose Bowl Stadium

The Rose Bowl Stadium has hosted the annual Rose Bowl Game for over 90 years. It is the home field of UCLA Bruins football and has hosted five Super Bowl Games. It is the only stadium in the world to host the Olympic Soccer Final (1984), and both a Men's (1994) and Women's (1999) World Cup Final. Four BCS National Champions have been crowned here including the final of its format. The Stadium hosts a wide range of world-class concerts, including U2 in 2009 as part of the 360 Tour, which was the largest non-festival concert audience in US history. The Rose Bowl Stadium reflects Pasadena's commitment to heritage, architecture, environment, and community is one of America's few National Historic Landmarks. Rose Bowl Premium Seating includes VIP parking, access to air conditioned lounges, outdoor cushioned seats in the shade of the Pavilion with more legroom and access to full bars prior to, during and after games.

The four-person Loge Boxes are located at midfield and offer semi-private tables with built-in TVs, all-inclusive upscale food and beverages, direct cash bar access and use of the exclusive indoor Loge Box Lounge.

Luxury Suites consist of 16- and 24-person private indoor spaces with upscale food and beverages, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, outdoor cushioned seating with drink rails, and private entrances with elevators and escalators.

Club Seats include cushioned outdoor seating and access to the 15,000-square-foot Club Lounge and opportunity to purchase alcohol.