Vivid Seats secures fan experience partnership with Los Angeles Chargers

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Ticket marketplace Vivid Seats has announced a fan experience partnership with the Los Angeles Chargers National Football League (NFL) team.

The deal will see Vivid Seats customers have exclusive access to the Perch Suites at SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Chargers, and also fellow NFL team, the Los Angeles Rams. 

Fans in the Perch Suites will be able to enjoy climate-controlled, semi-private enclaves within a private section above the Northeast corner of the stadium. Vivid Seats customers that purchase tickets for these suites will also receive a parking pass adjacent to a private VIP entrance, as well as table service and all-inclusive food and beverage options. 

A private DJ is set to entertain Vivid Seats customers before and after Chargers home games, with Chargers Legends making an appearance to watch games alongside guests. 

Chargers’ president of business operations, A.G Spanos, said: “We’ve been extremely focused and intentional in our efforts to create a world-class gameday experience for Chargers fans at SoFi Stadium. 

“This new partnership with Vivid Seats aligns perfectly with our mission as they’ve been at the forefront of creating new and innovative ways to enhance the live experience for years. It also just further underscores both Vivid Seats and the Chargers unwavering commitment to delivering top-tier entertainment and creating lasting memories for our incredible fan community.”

Geoff Lester, chief commercial officer at Vivid Seats, added: “We are thrilled to be a proud partner of the Los Angeles Chargers, enabling access to one of the most unique experiences in Southern California sports. 

“As we continue to differentiate the live event experience, alongside the Chargers, we are providing our customers with a best-in-class hospitality and entertainment experience, ensuring an unforgettable Chargers gameday.”

Vivid Seats also recently announced it had agreed to acquire Japanese online ticket marketplace, Wavedash, for an enterprise value of roughly ¥8.7 billion (£48m/€56m/$61m) in cash.