Frequently Asked Questions

  • YES, public tours are available. Visit our tour page!
  • Gates for Broncos games open 2 hours prior to the scheduled kickoff time. Premium gates open 3 hours prior.
  • Sports Authority Field at Mile High is located near Downtown Denver.
  • Parking for events is limited and may differ for each event. Visit our Parking & Directions page for information on upcoming events.

    Parking during non-event days is located in the lots adjacent to the stadium, during business hours only.
  • Public transportation is a great option and convenient way to get to the stadium! For event specific transit options visit.
  • Yes, tailgating is allowed and encouraged.
  • ADA Parking
    ADA parking is currently available on a season-long basis in Lot G. The parking fee is $300 to purchase season parking in an ADA lot. A copy of your vehicle registration or State-issued handicap placard is required.

    To inquire about purchasing season parking please contact Parking Services.
    ADA Parking – Single Game Permits
    A limited number of single game permits may be available for ADA parking in Lot G; the parking fee is $30 per game. Those wishing to purchase a single game permit for ADA parking should call or email. Single-game permits, if available, are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and will only be sold to those who may supply a copy of a valid State-issued handicap placard or vehicle registration. Further information regarding single game permits for the 2017-18 season will be posted here at a later date.

    Shuttle Cart Service
    Shuttle carts for elderly and disabled patrons will begin operating three hours prior to game time and service will continue until one hour after the game ends. Patrons who desire to be picked up from the parking areas must arrive early and depart at least one hour prior to game time. Patrons who desire to be transported back to their vehicles after the game must wait until walkways have cleared.

    All shuttle patrons will be dropped off or picked up only at the designated shuttle stop points along the ring walkway. Please do not hail empty carts that drive by, as they are in route to pick up waiting patrons at the designated pick up points. In order to help get you to your car as soon and safely as possible, shuttle drivers are instructed not to stop for pick-ups along the way, so they can get to the pick up points quickly.

    During inclement weather, the shuttle cart service may run on an extremely limited basis or not at all.