Panorama of T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington. Home of the Seattle Mariners.

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Lookout Landing is an outdoor terrace located above T-Mobile Park’s left field foul pole on the stadium’s view level. The area is being rebranded and will be changing it’s name to the Trident Deck. The Trident Deck will provide Seattle Mariners fans with beautiful views of both the playing field and downtown Seattle in the distance. 

The Trident Deck has been heavily utilized in the past for private events and wedding ceremonies. The area will be renovated into a rooftop bar with a backyard feel, and will be able to accommodate between 75 and 150 guests. For $95-$120 per person, guests will receive all-inclusive food and soft drinks as well as view level tickets. The Trident Deck will be open to all ticketed fans when not rented out by a private group during Seattle Mariners home games.

The name “Trident Deck” was chosen to pay tribute to the Seattle Mariners’ old trident logo used from 1977 to 1986. The trident logo, which is a stylized letter M, was reintroduced in the mid-2000’s as a throw-back logo for the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners nickname was chosen to pay tribute to Puget Sound’s rich nautical history. The Trident Deck will utilize the colors of royal blue and gold, the team’s original colors when it began in 1977. The area will also feature memorabilia from the Kingdome, the Mariners' home stadium from 1977 to 1999. 

The most recent lease extension the Seattle Mariners signed with the Washington Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District requires the team to maintain T-Mobile Park, and keep the stadium in top condition. The Seattle Mariners are expected to spend more than $280 million on T-Mobile Park through the 2029 Major League Baseball season. The renovation of the Trident Deck is part of a $30 million off-season renovation of T-Mobile Park. Other upgrades coming to T-Mobile Park in 2020 include the following.

  • The creation of 15 additional points of entry at T-Mobile Park’s left field gate
  • The creation of a rooftop boardwalk above the Home Plate Gate Rotunda on the view level
  • Addition of a new bar
  • New activities for children
  • Enhanced viewing areas
  • The creation of three new premium seating areas including the First Base Terrace Club, Terrace Club Tables, and Terrace Club Loge Boxes



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