If tennis is your game and you haven’t yet attended the annual BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, 2015 is the year to check this world-class tennis experience off of your vacation bucket list. Just ask one of the more than 430,000 tennis fans who attended the 2014 tennis tournament this past March and were the first to experience—among other ace amenities–the new 8,000-seat Stadium 2 housing three outstanding restaurants and a second 19,000-square-foot shade structure with state-of-the-art video walls to take in all the on-court action.
The world’s largest WTA and ATP World Tour combined two-week event is destined to be bigger and better than ever before when it kicks off on March 9, 2015. Here’s a preview of what tennis enthusiasts can expect:
- Eight new video screens inside Stadium 1 to enhance the visual experience.
- New hydration stations on the Stadium 1 Loge level.
- New shade awnings covering the restaurant patio areas and the Point Bar in Stadium 2.
- A designated check-in area for all three restaurants, complete with seating, television screen to watch all the matches, and a new bar.
- More than 3,600 seats added throughout the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
- New video boards placed near all practice courts making it easier than ever for you to identify the players on court.
All this plus up-close-and personal autograph signings with the world’s top tennis players, cool promotions and giveaways, constant live entertainment, a wide variety of food and beverage vendors, great shopping for tennis wear and other merchandise, easy parking and four outstanding Indian Wells resort hotels only minutes away, warm weather and a breathtaking Southern California setting.
A variety of hotel, group and ticket packages are now on sale so don’t miss an opportunity to select the best seats or reserve a luxury stadium suite with private indoor/outdoor seating, personal hostess, full-service catering and more exclusive amenities. Visit www.bnpparibasopen.com for complete details about the BNP Paribas Open, the largest tennis event outside of the four Grand Slams.