As Covid-19 cases decline, and vaccinations increase, more states across America are allowing larger venues, including stadiums and arenas, to reopen within state guidelines.
Whether it’s at 10% capacity or 100% capacity, Appetize is thrilled to help our clients re-open safely with contactless ordering and, in many cases, new mobile ordering software.
Here’s a tracker of Appetize venues that have or are about to re-open their doors.
Reopened after statewide closures, the 133-acre LA Zoo is open to guests who book reservations in advance.
Following state reopening protocol, Madison Square Garden in NYC has officially reopened on February 23 with 10% fan capacity. Be on the lookout for Appetize’s kiosks and mobile ordering in addition to our POS everywhere else.
Yankee Stadium in New York, New York, has officially reopened on February 23, 2021. Make sure you check out our in-seat mobile ordering, in partnership with Postmates.
Following state reopening protocol, MetLife Stadium, home to the New York Jets and New York Giants, has officially reopened on March 1.
Home to Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, TD Garden has been permitted to host fans starting March 22. The first Boston Bruins game with fans will be hosted on March 23, and the first Boston Celtics game with fans will be hosted on March 29.
At the renowned Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, fans are allowed back for the Boston Red Sox games with their first being against Baltimore Orioles in this year’s home opener on April 1st.
12,500 fans will be allowed at Coors Field to begin the season on opening day, April 1, 2021.
The much anticipated Globe Life Field will reopen at full capacity as a cashless stadium.
PNC Park, home to the Pittsburgh Pirates, will open on April 8 with roughly 7,600 fans allowed in for games.
Dodger Stadium will welcome back fans at 20% capacity as per state guidelines on April 9.