According to a recent report, 18,000 tickets are remaining for the Super Bowl this Sunday. Keep in mind that the capacity for MetLife Stadium is nearly 83,000 people.
In the relatively short time we have on this planet, there are singular occasions, events, days, hours, that have an unusual importance, that carry within them more than the usual amount of fun. For diehard tailgaters, that day is Sunday at Gillette Stadium.
What better way to say goodbye to 2012 than with some beloved Patriots football? Now that Patriots fans can rest easy knowing their team is headed to the playoffs, a festive celebration for the final regular season game could be the icing on this victorious cake.
The locals of New England know that if there’s one thing that people around here do right, it’s food.
Tailgating is a great way to show team spirit. Knowing how to stay safe while tailgating can ensure a good time and that no one gets hurt.
Tailgating is a time when fans can come together to celebrate, creating unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Tim Flynn has been tailgating at New England Patriots games from 1987 until present day. He says tailgating is more than a celebration – it’s also a time that keeps friendships alive and going strong. Here are five of his most epic tailgating moments.
Once you’ve got a few rounds of drinks in you, it can get pretty tricky to navigate the bathrooms at Gillette Stadium if you don’t know where you’re going. But when you’ve gotta go, you’ve really gotta go! The good news is that bathrooms are plentiful at Gillette and they’re easily accessible throughout the parking lots, as well as inside the stadium and at Patriot Place.
Tailgating is a long-standing American tradition and to these legendary Patriots fans, it’s much, much more.
If you want to put together the ultimate tailgating experience for you and your tailgating crew, look no further. When it comes to tailgating in Boston, the following party packages will leave you with lasting impressions of game day.
New England is known for its strong winter weather, so it’s likely Pats fans will experience bad weather at least once as this season continues. However you feel about snow, Boston can get pretty brutal. No matter how long the winter lasts, spring is sure to follow. Until then, use these tips as part of your bad weather survival guide for Patriots tailgating.