METROPOLITAN HOSPITALITY AT CITI FIELD
TO BE REBRANDED AS METS EVENTS
Metropolitan Hospitality at Citi Field, the non-game day event arm of the New York Mets, will officially be changing its name to Mets Events. This change will be effective as of September 9, 2020.
FLUSHING, N.Y., SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 – Metropolitan Hospitality at Citi Field announced today that they will be undergoing a rebranding effort that will feature a new name and logo effective September 9, 2020. The non-game day event arm will be renamed Mets Events and will continue to focus on hosting successful events both inside and outside the ballpark. Mets Events specializes in all types of non-baseball events, including concerts and music festivals, social events, corporate functions, athletic-style races, food and beverage festivals, and much more. Past notable events include the 2018 NHL Winter Classic; Cirque du Soleil’s TOTEM, AMALUNA, & LUZIA Shows; Major League Soccer and International Soccer Matches; Spartan Race; Electric Daisy Carnival; Rolling Loud Music Festival; and high-end concert tours, including Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Classic East, BTS, Zac Brown Band, and the Foo Fighters.
“We take pride in providing world-class experiences, and our new name and mission will embody the spirit of Mets baseball, its loyal fans, and the greater Queens community,” said Vice President of Mets Events, Heather Collamore. “We are thrilled to be able to reinvigorate our brand, engage a larger audience, and showcase our abilities and creative ideas at the ballpark.”
Mets Events will continue to host all their events at Citi Field, home of The New York Mets.
Fast Facts: Mets Events hosts year-round, world-class events at Citi Field.
- Full Ballpark: 41,922 people
- Parking Lots: 60,000+ people
Venue Space Offerings:
- Full Ballpark: 20+ hospitality spaces; Fifty-four (54) suites
- Parking Lots: 8,500+ parking spaces
- Full Ballpark: 1.2 million square feet (including 400,000+ square feet of hospitality space)
- Parking Lots: 1 million+ square feet of parking lot space
Getting to Citi Field:
- Mass Transportation: Citi Field is accessible via the 7-Train to Mets-Willets Point station, the Q48 bus, and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR runs on select days)
- Parking: On-site parking at the ballpark in 10+ parking lots
- Ride Sharing: The ballpark is easily accessible for ride sharing drop-offs and pick-ups
Food & Beverage: The highly lauded food and beverage program at Citi Field, a joint venture between the New York Mets and Aramark, provides exclusive catering at the ballpark.
Mets Event Social Accounts:
For further information, visit MetsEvents.com