MetLife Stadium, New York Jets and New York Giants renew Ticketmaster deal

Featured Image: Myron Mott on Unsplash

MetLife Stadium, and the New York Jets and New York Giants NFL teams have agreed a multi-year extension to their long-standing partnership with Ticketmaster. 

This summer, MetLife Stadium (pictured) hosted a record 18 concerts, with Ticketmaster powering all ticketing services for Jets and Giants games, as well as gigs, tours and events.

Fans will continue to benefit from Ticketmaster’s technology, including the ability to manage verified tickets on mobile devices through the New York Jets and New York Giants apps.

Ron VanDeVeen, president and chief executive of the 82,500-capacity MetLife Stadium, said: “Creating a memorable, positive experience for everyone who comes to MetLife Stadium is a critical part of our mission.

“We are delighted to extend and expand our successful partnership with Ticketmaster who has been with us since day one, because they continue to provide our guests with the best platform for purchasing, accessing, and transferring tickets.”

Additionally, MetLife Stadium and the teams will continue to benefit from Ticketmaster’s data and insights that will help to improve engagement with new and existing fans.

“MetLife Stadium is an iconic venue that attracts some of the country’s most passionate fans from across sports and music,” said Marla Ostroff, managing director of North America for Ticketmaster.

“Since opening day, we’ve proudly worked with the MetLife team to ensure that its fans have a seamless experience from ticket purchase through entry, allowing them to focus on what’s most important: enjoying the events they love.”

In 2024, MetLife Stadium is set to hold concerts from the likes of Morgan Wallen, Rolling Stones, George Strait, Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town, as well as Luke Combs and Kenny Chesney with Zac Brown Band.

The stadium is also due to host the National Hockey League (NHL) Stadium Series for the first time in February, which will feature four local teams in the form of the New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, New York Islanders and New York Rangers.