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Tickets & Stadium

Tailgating

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The Denver Broncos Would Like to Thank All of the Tailgaters for their support!

Sports Authority Field at Mile High tailgating has it all.  Come via plane, Light Rail, BroncosRide (bus), car or foot and we've got you covered with one of our pregame activities.


The Mile High Mountain Village presented by Bud Light is free and open to all fans with a game ticket.  The main entrance is located at gate 4 and the area features flat-screen TVs, food and Bud Light specials, appearances by Cheerleaders, Alumni and Miles the Mascot, a DJ, facepainters, caricatures and much more.  The Mile High Mountain Village will be open to all fans with a game ticket for the remainder of the season opening at 10:30 for all day games and 2:30 for all night games.


First-Come, First-Serve Tailgating

Bring your own tailgate party to Sports Authority Field at Mile High and show us why this truly is Broncos Country.   Although tailgating is encouraged in all other stadium parking lots, a limited number of first-come, first-serve stalls in Lot C and Lot M are available for $30 per space or with an existing stadium parking pass, but you have to come early.  One permit will be good for one parking stall depending on the size of your vehicle, additional spaces may need to be purchased.

Where do I line up?

The line to purchase tailgating spaces will form at the east entrance to Lot C. A single lane will be coned off south of Lot C at Brooklyn's restaurant. Vehicles arriving from Federal Blvd should circle the stadium clockwise by turning east on 20th Avenue to Bryant Street, then south on Bryant Street to Lower Colfax, then west on Lower Colfax toward Brooklyn's restaurant to the tailgating line. Vehicles arriving from I-25 North should exit at 17th Avenue and I-25 South at 23rd Avenue, then proceed south on Bryant Street to Lower Colfax, then west on Lower Colfax toward Brooklyn's restaurant to the tailgating line.

How much do the parking spaces cost?

Tailgating parking spaces will cost $30 for standard-size vehicles (must fit in 8.5' x 17' space) and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. RVs and oversized vehicles will be charged $30 per space occupied.

What if I already have a parking space?

Sports Authority Field at Mile High season parking permit holders may choose to tailgate in the First-Come, First-Serve area of Lot C instead of in your designated parking lot. To participate, permit holders from any Sports Authority Field at Mile High parking lot may also line up for tailgate parking and may redeem a current-game parking permit from any lot in lieu of the tailgating parking fee. RVs, oversized vehicles and vehicles with trailers will be subject to additional charges.  Once first-come, first-serve parking has sold out, parking permits will be valid only in their designated lots.

What if the parking lots fill up?

Once the tailgating area is full, all other vehicles will be routed to stadium cash parking lots (Lots M, N and P).

Are there any rules?

Click here (PDF) for stadium and tailgating rules.

Whether you bring your own party or join ours, please join us!  We need your help to show us why this is BRONCOS COUNTRY during the season. 
Please e-mail us at tailgate@broncos.nfl.net or call 720-258-3200 with any questions.