Rio Tinto Stadium is an open-air design with breaks in the seating bowl to expose views to a stunning mountain range backdrop. Built for soccer and a variety of entertainment events, the stadium is as functional as it is beautiful. A variety of premium hospitality products, ranging from luxury suites and club seats to an onsite restaurant, provide options for increased revenue and enhanced fan experience.
The stadium was designed to be an entirely new kind of facility, attracting a wide array of events that would not otherwise visit Utah. As host of the 2009 Major League Soccer All-Star Game, it was credited with bringing significant media attention to the state and positively attracting tourism.