Take your seat in the viewing stands with 80,000 others to cheer on the NFL Dallas Cowboys at the magnificent AT&T Stadium. Come here to watch a concert, monster truck event, motocross competition or other activity and enjoy action replays on one of the largest high-definition screens in the world.
The AT&T Stadium was completed in 2009 and is one of the highest-capacity stadiums in the NFL. It is also known as Jerry World after Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys football team. It is the venue for several large-scale events throughout the year, including live concerts and basketball, college football and even motocross. It also boasts the world’s largest column-free interior and has one of the biggest high-definition screens in America.
To enjoy the stadium at its best, get your ticket for one of the Cowboys’ home games during the NFL season. Thousands of passionate fans pack the 80,000-seat stadium to cheer on their team. Get into the spirit and purchase paraphernalia such as team shirts from the NFL merchandise shop and join in the excitement. The massive stadium can get even bigger, seating up to 100,000 people for events like the Super Bowl.
If you can’t attend a football game, find out what other events are taking place. Tickets to college sports games can be cheaper and are still a great way to soak up the atmosphere of the stadium. If you prefer music to sports, attend one of the concerts in the stadium. The acoustics are excellent because of the retractable roof and the large screen means you get a great view wherever you are seated.
AT&T Stadium is located in northeast Arlington. You’ll find plenty of parking but note that this can be expensive, especially during Cowboys games. Buses do run from the center of town if you’re looking for a cheaper option. If you’re interested in tailgating before and after a game, check the website for guidelines.