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Hersheypark Stadium is the most prominent outdoor stadium between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, hosting such events as the annual Summer Concert Series, PIAA Football and Soccer Championships, and the BIG 33 Football Classic. With the addition of a state-of-the-art synthetic grass system, Hersheypark Stadium continues to shine as the venue for athletic events, holding nearly 16,000 in the stands. Overall, Hersheypark Stadium can hold 30,000 fans for concerts. In past years, the Stadium has hosted musical acts such as the Dave Matthews Band, Alabama, U2, James Taylor, and The Who.

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Hersheypark Concert Deal

Hersheypark offers a special discounted admission price of just $41.95* to show-goers when using a Park ticket the day before, day of, or day after a show. Show-goers can present their ticket at the Hersheypark Ticketing Services Building on one of the three days to receive the discount.

*All purchased tickets are subject to $.85 amusement tax.


Attendance Capacity

Physical Facts

Permanent Seats


Shape of Facility


Additional Bleacher Seating



State-of-the-art Synthetic Grass System

Festival Concert Capacity


Facility Dimensions

480' x 736'


Field Dimensions

213' x 536'


Hersheypark Stadium, as with so many of Mr. Hershey's projects, was built as much for today as for the time when it was built. Through the years the Stadium has served as the summer home of the Philadelphia Eagles as well as the site of rodeos, athletic and music competitions, concerts, pageants, and racing events. In 1953, the Stadium and Hersheypark Arena were the sites of a huge birthday gala in honor of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Hersheypark Stadium ranked #1 in North America as the top grossing venue for the *NSYNC & Pink show on July 30, 2000 (venues with seats 40,000 or less).