Los Angeles super exclusive private club, Stadium Status Members Club, has partnered with NFT (non-fungible token) platform OneOf and hospitality agency Confirmed360.
The Web3-powered private members club is now accepting applicants, with the first 100 people lucky enough to join earning Founding Member status. The cost is a cool $25,000 (£22,500/€25,600) with members receiving ultra-exclusive benefits.
The aim of the new Web3 members club is to reshape access to stadium and arena VIP suites. The Stadium Status Members Club will change up access to suites usually reserved by big corporations, and allowing Web3 members access to high-end experiences.
The 100 Stadium Status Members Club founder memberships are only available via approval. Once selected, prospective buyers can choose their $25,000 membership through OneOf’s website.
Some of the founder members will have access to hyper-VIP suites and court-side seats at Crypto(.com) Arena (pictured), SoFi Stadium and Banc of California Stadium. There will also been access to the Owner’s Suite at SoFi Stadium for select events including The Grammy Awards.
Other VIP exclusives include access to The Hideaway Stadium Status suite at the Crypto(.com) Arena, meet-and-greets, soundcheck and pre-game field passes. Members will also have access to $25,000-worth of access credit.
Access to the three LA stadiums and arenas is part of the introductory phase for Stadium Status. Over the next few years, OneOf and Confirmed360 plan to expand to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and San Francisco’s Chase Center in 2023, New York’s Metlife Stadium and Intuit Dome in Los Angeles in 2024, and later, Miami’s FTX Arena and Dallas AT&T Stadium.
Joshua James, co-founder and chief operating officer of OneOf, said: “Stadium Status will only ever have 100 founding members. This exclusive group will have access to events in a way that hasn’t been possible previously. OneOf is very excited to partner with Confirmed360 to bring this experience first to the Los Angeles market and then to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, and New York in the next two years.”