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AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX

The home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium is one of the world’s largest dome structures. Formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium, the facility was opened in 2009, and has since then hosted Dallas Cowboys home games, motocross and Spartan races, special events, soccer games, WrestleMania events, the Cotton Bowl, the NCAA Final Four, the NBA All-Star Game, the Big XII Championship, the Super Bowl and live music concerts. The stadium has been breaking attendance records since its opening, including the Cowboys’ first home game in the stadium, which still stands as the largest regular-season crowd. Other record-breakers include a NCAA Final Four national championship game with 79,238 fans in attendance, a George Strait concert that became the largest indoor concert in the country with 104,793 people packing the stadium, and the WrestleMania 32 event with 101,763 fans from 50 states and 35 countries trooping to the stadium.

AT&T Stadium Arlington has a seating capacity of 80,000, which can be expanded to 100,000 for major games or concerts. It boasts one of the largest videoboards in the world, providing fans with a great view via giant 1080i HD screens. The stadium has five levels with more than 300 suites and 15,000 club seats surrounding the field. Its retractable roof can be opened and closed in just 12 minutes, and it’s the tallest movable glass in the world. The stadium features a climate-controlled interior, more than 3,000 Sony LCD displays throughout the venue, the 19,000-square-foot Stadium Club restaurant, concession stands, a world-class contemporary fine art collection, a Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop and 12,000 parking spaces. AT&T Stadium offers a number of tours including a self-guided tour, VIP tour, art tour, and educational tour, all of which are available daily.

Pre-purchasing a will-call ticket means you can avoid the long lines to the stadium. Will-call ticket windows open three hours before most events. Doors open two hours before an event, so be sure to come early. Although re-entry is permitted, you will be required to go through the security search process again. Make sure that your bag adheres to NFL policies, which means it must be plastic, vinyl or PVC, and must not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." Compact cameras are permitted inside, but video cameras, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks and cameras with a lens longer than three inches (detachable or non-detachable) are prohibited. Limit the number of items you bring to the stadium to enjoy a hassle-free experience at AT&T Stadium Arlington. Use Event Tickets Center to get AT&T Stadium tickets, or check out AT&T Stadium seating charts to find your seats to AT&T Stadium events!

Who is playing at AT&T Stadium this weekend?

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Who is playing at AT&T Stadium tonight?

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What time do doors open at AT&T Stadium?

Doors typically open anywhere between 90 minutes to 2 hours prior to showtime at AT&T Stadium. Be sure to check the listing on your ticket as showtimes will vary.

What time do games end at AT&T Stadium?

Every NFL game and concert will typically end at a different time. Set times and ending times for AT&T Stadium are usually not established.

Who plays at AT&T Stadium?

The Dallas Cowboys are the home team at the AT&T Stadium.
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