Home of the Dallas Cowboys: AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium, originally known as Cowboys Stadium, was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.3 billion. It opened to the public on May 27, 2009, with a concert featuring country music star George Strait. 

Designed by architectural firm HKS, Inc., AT&T Stadium is renowned for its innovative design and striking features. It features a distinctive retractable roof and the world's largest column-free interior space, providing unobstructed views for spectators. 

AT&T Stadium has a seating capacity of over 100,000 for football games, making it one of the largest stadiums in the NFL. The venue boasts numerous amenities, including luxury suites, club lounges, restaurants, and a high-definition video board, known as the "JerryTron," that stretches from one 20-yard line to the other. 

AT&T Stadium has hosted numerous major events, including Super Bowl XLV in 2011, the NCAA Men's Final Four, international soccer matches, concerts, and other sporting events. Its versatility and world-class facilities make it a sought-after venue for a wide range of events. 

In addition to its retractable roof and massive video board, AT&T Stadium is known for its impressive architecture and attention to detail. The venue's exterior features a distinctive silver and blue color scheme, reflecting the colors of the Dallas Cowboys. 

AT&T Stadium is equipped with cutting-edge technology and amenities designed to enhance the fan experience. This includes wireless internet access throughout the stadium, high-definition video displays, and interactive fan zones.

 AT&T Stadium incorporates several environmentally sustainable features, such as energy-efficient lighting, water conservation measures, and recycling programs. The venue is LEED Gold certified, recognizing its commitment to sustainability.

Beyond hosting sporting events and concerts, AT&T Stadium has a significant impact on the local community. It generates economic activity, creates jobs, and serves as a focal point for entertainment and cultural events in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.