Heineken Highline – Hard Rock Stadium, FL

This lift was completed just before the Covid-19 pandemic and operated one day in its first two years for Super Bowl LIV.
The original naming rights sponsor was Bud Light Seltzer.
Tower 4.
Three of the towers are tall while two more sit at each terminal.
The return station.
Tower 5 at the west station.
As of 2022 riders only board and disembark at the east station.
The non-loading return station.
Another view of the west terminal.
Tower 3.
T2.
Middle part of the lift line over the Miami Grand Prix Formula 1 track.
Heineken-branded cabins passing tower 3.
T1.
Drive terminal overview.
Tower 1 side view.
Drive bullwheel.
Heineken cabin 8.
The lift is also tensioned at this terminal.
Glass floor.
Cabin with mesh enclosure to prevent riders from dropping objects on the Formula 1 course.
View west at tower 2.
Drive terminal loading area.
Cabins passing T2.
Cabin 10.
Heineken Highline branding.
Another view of tower 3.
Middle part of the lift line.
Each pulse only has one cabin.
Another view of T2.
The east terminal is closest to the stadium.
Tower 2.
Cabins passing palm trees.
Tower 3 at the middle of the ride.
Cabins reach over 100 feet in the air.
Lift line overview.
Non-loading station.
A cabin in the turnaround area.
Western half of the line.
Main terminal seen from the stadium.
Lift line overview.

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