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Get home opener tickets and join us at our tailgate party

Sep 7, 2013 at 10:39 AM--




Are you still searching for tickets to watch the San Francisco 49ers face off against the Green Bay Packers in the season opener at Candlestick Park? You can find great deals on tickets on our ticket page. This is the 49ers' final season at Candlestick Park so you will not want to miss a single exciting moment.


8th Annual 49erswebzone.com Home Opener Tailgate

Are you interested in joining us for our 8th Annual 49erswebzone.com Home Opener Tailgate? More information can be found on our Facebook page here.

The members and fans of 49erswebzone.com meet up to tailgate for every San Francisco 49ers home game, including the home opener against the Green Bay Packers. We meet just inside Gate 1, the first entrance after the VIP entrance if you are coming from the 101 on the south side of the stadium. We are usually toward the end of the second row on the left as you enter the gate. To the left of pole D once you see it while going in through the gate.



The tailgate is potluck. Bring some food or drinks if you can. If you can't though, still feel free to join us to eat, drink and hang out before the game.

Bring anybody you want -- preferably Niner fans. There are grills and coolers to use, but feel free to bring your own.

You can also access our tailgate information from your mobile device on our mobile site.

Directions to the tailgate

As described, the tailgate is located just inside Gate 1. However, if you are having problems finding the tailgate, here are some helpful links that you can use on your smartphone once you are at the stadium parking lot.



Or if you want to enter the coordinates of the tailgate into your own map application, they are 37.709762 by -122.383296.



The red pin on the parking lot image represents where the Webzone tailgate group meets.

Tailgate times

The Webzone tailgate typically begins once the parking gates open and fans are let in. For the home opener, this will be around 8:30 AM. It will generally last until about an hour before kickoff. If you are willing, we always need help with setup and cleanup.

A number of the tailgaters will return to the tailgate spot after the game while the crowds fight their way out of Candlestick Park's parking lot.

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