Soldier Field Stadium
Soldier Field Chicago first opened its doors to the public in 1924, when it was known as the Grant Park municipal stadium. Even then, the Soldier Field Chicago was an integral part of the city’s events and entertainment scene, often accommodating crowds of over 100,000 people.
Nowadays, the venue is arguably most well known as the home of the NFL’s Chicago Bears. However, Soldier Field Chicago’s capacity of 63,000 also makes it a popular venue for a wide range of other, sporting and non-sporting events. Concerts, rodeos, circuses, fireworks displays, soccer and even skiing and other snow sports all feature on the Soldier Field events schedule. Indeed, many of the biggest names in entertainment have made appearances at Soldier Field Chicago over the years, including Madonna, U2, Pink Floyd, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones and Sir Paul McCartney.
And the venue’s use isn’t just limited to famous names or sports teams. Soldier Field Chicago (both indoor and outdoor areas) is available to rent for your own corporate events, trade shows, charity walks and weddings to name but a few possibilities.
For all the latest news and up-to-date information on what’s happening at Soldier Field Chicago, check out the Soldier Field schedule of events above.