Dallas Cowboys Stadium Overview:
Opened in 2009, Dallas Cowboy Stadium is one of the most opulent arenas in the country. Home to its namesake NFL franchise, Cowboys Stadium is also home to other sporting events, including boxing, basketball and rodeo. Additionally, Cowboys Stadium is the location for many of the Dallas area's biggest concert events.
About Dallas Cowboys Stadium:
As the name suggests, the primary purpose for Cowboys Stadum is to provide a playing home for the NFL Dallas Cowboys, it is actually a state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena. Already in its short history Cowboys Stadium has played host to some huge events - the Big 12 Conference Football Championship Game, NBA All-Star Game, and Cotton Bowl, to name a few - and is slated to be home to the nation's biggest sporting event, the Super Bowl, in 2011. This retractable roof stadium provides an all-weather venue for sporting events, as well as concerts, rodeos and more and has amenities far exceeding those of other stadiums.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium Information:
Cowboys Stadium is located at 900 E Randol Mill Road in Arlington. Visit Cowboys Stadum's official website via the link below for information about Cowboys or other event tickets and/or stadium tours.