Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium

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  • Address: 1 Citrus Bowl Pl, Orlando, FL 32805, United States
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  • Phone: +1-4074405700
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Stadium, Entertainment, Performance, Concert, Family And Kids

The Orlando Citrus Bowl stadium in Orlando is a famous destination for watching sports matches that include ones by Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, Orlando City SC of Major League Soccer, the Russell Athletic Bowl, the Florida Classic between Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman, the MEAC/SWAC Challenge and Monster Jam. Originally constructed in 1936, this stadium has been host to “Rock Superbowls” featuring such performers as The Rolling Stones, The Who, Genesis, Pink Floyd, George Michael, Paul McCartney, Guns ‘n Roses, Billy Joel/Elton John and the Eagles. In addition to these top concert acts, the Citrus Bowl also hosts the AMA Supercross Series and the Superbowl of Motor Sports. Watch out for matches here at the time of your visit in Orlando.

Entrance Ticket Details For Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium

  • Box office tickets, available only on events day.

Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Hours

  • As per events.

How to Reach Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium

  • By Bus: W Church Street and S Rio Grande Avenue

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  • Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Address: 1 Citrus Bowl Pl, Orlando, FL 32805, United States
  • Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Contact Number: +1-4074405700
  • Time required to visit Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 1.01% of people who visit Orlando include Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium in their plan

  • 29.41% of people start their Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium

People normally club together Thornton Park and Magical Midway while planning their visit to Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium.

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Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Reviews & Ratings

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  • The organizational process of entering and exiting the stadium was horrendous. The guest service staff needs to be retrained on customer service because there was none. When you pay a lot of money for a game they should have a little bit of common courtesy. We had one guest service member walking and pacing in front of us the entire game blocking the view. Case in point- train your staff better.

  • Our trip was much better this time, because we won. They need more restrooms. Otherwise our seats were good, and the Johnny Rockets had great food. Sorry about the Gator Band Director that was assaulted by a Miami fan. We were walking long with him and the Band, just a few minutes before it happened. The ride home is so much better with a Win!

  • Hot, humid and poor ventilation throughout the interior of the stadium. It's hard to believe this is their renovation from a few years ago after Camping World RV company became their sponsor and changed the venerable Citrus Bowl to it's current name and incarnation. However, the Levy Foods heralded and maintained food/concession venues are excellent, clean, diverse and well run. Other than the high roller locales throughout the upper part and in select locales throughout the stadium which are always generously supplied with excellent stadium fare, you can get almost anything at the regular concessions from pizza to Southern barbeque items, decent drinks and beer/wine at various bars throughout, and some fun souvenirs based on the venue you're attending from football to concerts. Just wish they had thought of a better, more efficient ventilation system.

  • The slow process of getting into the stadium needs to be improved. Long lines where it seems one person ever 15 minutes goes through. If it's to make it safe I get it and I want to feel safe. They need more entry places to go in or you need to go in 2 hours before the game and sit in the 100 degree weather

  • Watching the Gators VS Hurricanes game on August 24 celebrating 150 years of College Football! The venue is great and moved a ton of people through the stadium at the end of the game. The Gators got the "W" and that was great!

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