Frequently Asked Questions
Due to the overwhelming popularity and immense growth of the tournament, combined with the interest of tournament organizers to expand and elevate the event experience for players, patrons, and tennis fans alike, we are embarking on a new endeavor to build the best tournament in all of tennis while keeping the event in Miami.
In 2020, Hard Rock Stadium will host the Super Bowl. There will not be any disruption to the installation time needed for the stadium court infrastructure for the Miami Open.
Yes. Current Miami Open subscribers have the opportunity to renew their package for the 2019 Tournament. Renewals will be done in order by longevity with the tournament and by package type. Please visit our 2019 Preview Center, located by Gate C for more information.
The Grandstand at the new venue will be a permanent structure with a capacity of 5,000, a size larger than the Grandstand at our current venue.
Because we are moving into a new stadium configuration, certain seat locations may differ, but existing accounts have preference on selecting renewal locations. Please visit our 2019 Preview Center, located by Gate C for more information.
The new venue will feature a picturesque garden plaza with comfortable shaded sitting areas, live tennis action displayed on an oversized video board, and a wide variety of culinary offerings to enjoy.
It is our goal to remain consistent with our existing pricing levels. Some seating options have incremental increases due to the addition of new ticketing product lines that feature premium amenities, such as lounge style seats, upscale hospitality and preferred parking included in their package.
In addition to working with our current hotel and restaurant partners, we are working to identify other preferred properties in the region and will offer recommendations as well as featured vacation package options for all our patrons and guests.
Many legacy accounts have the opportunity to buy seat locations at similar prices. They also have the opportunity to purchase new premium packages with enhanced hospitality amenities and parking amenities.
Player reactions have been overwhelmingly positive, and while memories of their experiences on Key Biscayne will endure, they are all looking forward to experiencing the new improved and upgraded experience at the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium.
Depending on where you are departing from and the time of day you are planning on attending the drive times should be similar to the drive time to the current venue. The parking is much better for everyone as there are more parking options directly on site. Everyone will enjoy an upgraded parking experience.
The parking will be located directly adjacent to the stadium, within an a few minutes walking distance to the primary entrance to the tournament.
Parking options and pricing will be finalized soon.
Valet parking may be available with certain premium ticket and hospitality packages. We are excited to be able to expand our parking programs with additional space at the new venue. We’re currently looking into this program.
We are excited to have the opportunity to offer a variety of hospitality and dining options at our new home at Hard Rock Stadium. Venue details are being finalized and will be communicated in the near future.
Yes. The hospitality areas at Hard Rock Stadium will be will be available for purchase during our general on-sale period. Please visit our 2019 Preview Center, located by Gate C for more information.
On-site courts will increase from 21 to 30, including 18 practice courts instead of nine at our current venue.
Yes, the tennis center and the 29 courts will all be permanent
Currently we have not finalized a plan for the courts on a year round basis. We will be working to find the best way to utilize the courts to the benefit of the local community.
13,800 is the seating capacity inside the stadium, similar to our current stadium on Key Biscayne.
Yes. Construction of the tournament venue is in progress and will be ready for the 2019 tournament.