Event Booking Information

Event Booking Information

CenturyLink Field Booking
Learn more about booking an event at CenturyLink Field including Club and Suite Levels.

CenturyLink Field Event Center
Access information on the CenturyLink Field Event Center.

Book you next corporate event or concert at the WaMu Theater. 

Request Information
Request more information about booking your event at CenturyLink Field, CenturyLink Event Center or WaMu Theater. 

Preferred Providers
A list of preferred providers of CenturyLink Field and CenturyLink Field Event Center.

Learn more about Delaware North Sportservice, the exclusive in-house caterer and concessionaire of CenturyLink Field.



Booking information

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First & Goal Inc.
Event Sales & Marketing Department

Please contact the Sales and Marketing department at (206) 381-7555

Online Request Form

Booking Procedures

First & Goal Inc. (FGI) operates CenturyLink Field, CenturyLink Field Event Center, and WaMu Theater. All contracts regarding use of these facilities are made with FGI.

Advertising at CenturyLink Field and CenturyLink Field Event Center

FGI owns exclusive rights to all advertising opportunities within CenturyLink Field & CenturyLink Field Event Center, and must approve the display of any third-party advertising or sponsorship recognition. These include, but are not limited to, signs, handouts, banners, information booths, sample distribution and video/audio recognition anywhere on CenturyLink Field & CenturyLink Field Event Center property, including the stage or playing area. FGI also reserves the right to light permanent signs at all events during times when house lights are illuminated.


AVMS is the exclusive audio-visual provider for CenturyLink Field, CenturyLink Field Event Center, and WaMu Theater. To see pricing and contact information, visit www.avms.com or view the 2011 AVMS Price Sheet (PDF).

Box Office

All event ticket arrangements must be made through the FGI box office, which will coordinate the ticket set-up with Ticketmaster, the facility’s authorized computerized ticket agency, or hard ticket printer. The applicable fee is dependent upon the type of event scheduled. Licensees are responsible for all credit card fees associated with box office ticket sales.

Catering and Concessions

Catering and concessions are available exclusively through Delaware North Sportservice. Outside food and beverage is not permitted in the facility. For more information, see Catering.

Contract Execution

All dates are considered to be tentative until a contract has been fully executed and returned to the Event Sales and Marketing department. An original copy of the contract will be sent to the licensee, which must be signed and returned with the deposit and insurance certificate within a timely manner. The contract will then be signed by FGI and a fully executed original contract will be forwarded to the licensee.

Upon completion of the contract, an event manager will be assigned to the licensee’s event, who will be the main contact for all operational logistics regarding the event from load-in through load-out.


Edlen Electrical Services is the exclusive provider of power at CenturyLink Field & CenturyLink Field Event Center. Please contact Mark Galstaun at (206) 781-2411 or seattle@edlen.com.

Electronic Reader Boards

FGI makes every effort to list all events open to the public on the electronic reader boards.

Event Management

After the Licensee has signed the Licensee Agreement the event is given to an event manager who handles all operational logistics from move-in to move-out.

Event Promotion

Licensees are responsible for all event promotions, however, FGI will list events on its website. For further promotion or marketing needs, such as logos, maps, local media contacts, etc., please notify the CenturyLink Field & Event Center event manager.

Insurance Requirements

A licensee is required to have a $2,000,000 comprehensive general liability insurance policy. First and Goal Inc. and the Washington State Public Stadium Authority (PSA) must be named as additional co-insureds on the policy. In addition, the licensee must have workers’ compensation insurance and automobile liability insurance. See the contract’s insurance portion of contract for more details.


Event-related labor services are provided by FGI at the licensee’s expense. All event requirements must be approved by facility management prior to move-in. Licensees are requested to contact their event manager for questions regarding labor.


For any network requests please download and submit the network service order form.

Rental Rates

Rental rates are for space only. They do not include house lighting, the public address system, heating/air conditioning, clean-up, show office, house equipment or event staffing. Move-in and move-out is charged at a one-half daily rental rate. Decorator move-in also may be subject to this charge.

Rules & Regulations

For more information, see Rules & Regulations.

Seattle Fire Department-Special Event Permits

Please visit the Fire Department's Special Event Permits page.


At the conclusion of the event, the licensee will be responsible for settling outstanding facility expenses. At settlement, the licensee will be presented with available documented facility expenses including, but not limited to: rent balance, event staffing, ticketing expenses, user fees, taxes (if applicable) and catering expenses (if applicable). If, at the sole discretion of FGI, ticket sale proceeds are not sufficient to cover facility expenses, the licensee may be required to make additional deposits prior to the event. If such deposits are not made within a designated time frame, the event may be canceled, resulting in the licensee’s deposit being forfeited.


WBL Services is the exclusive provider of telecommunication equipment and services at CenturyLink Field & CenturyLink Field Event Center. Please contact Bill Lipscomb at WBL Services, (206) 285-4080 or bill@wblservices.com.

Ticket Tax

All tickets for events and seminars are subject to a 3.1% state admission tax and a 1.2% state surcharge tax. Washington state requires that the total price, including taxes, be shown on the face of the ticket. The total price must be rounded to a full dollar amount.