Chicago (AP) – The soccer stadium that’s home to the Chicago Fire will soon be known as SeatGeek Stadium.

SeatGeek and the Village of Bridgeview say they’ve reached a deal for naming rights to the venue currently known as Toyota Park. The renaming will take effect after the Chicago Fire’s last home match this year.

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The village and SeatGeek plan to bring concerts, music festivals and other live programming to the venue in addition to soccer.

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Mayor Steven Landek says, “We’re excited about SeatGeek making a meaningful and long-term investment in the stadium and our community.”

SeatGeek, a ticket search engine, already is an official partner of Major League Soccer. The company also has partnerships with clubs in Los Angeles, Minnesota, Portland, Seattle and Kansas City.

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