VIP night in Dallas Stadium at a Cowboys game
Dallas Cowboys Stadium is situated in the middle of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. Located in Arlington and built next door to the world famous Ballpark at Arlington, the home of the Texas Rangers, the famed stadium, nicknamed “The House that Jerry Built” is a modern day marvel.
The steel and glass façade make it look more like a space ship then a sports and event stadium. They broke ground on the stadium in late 2005 and three years later, they held the first event. With a seating capacity of 85,000 and the ability to expand to over 100,000 with its standing room only plazas, Cowboy Stadium is the third largest stadium in the league.
Since it’s inaugural event, there have been concerts and races, basketball games and boxing matches held in the stadium, but to truly experience the stadium the way it was intended, save your visit to the stadium for a Dallas Cowboy football game.
Here are 4 tips to make the most out of your visit to Cowboys Stadium:
1. Getting to the game – The stadium is easily accessible for all areas of Dallas/Ft Worth. The parking is close and traffic flow, creates an easy experience getting to the game, but why not arrives to the game in luxury. Several local car services can provide you a limo to get you to and from the game in style. If you have a large group of friends going to the game, hire a luxury shuttle. Arrive early and tailgate along with the real Cowboy fans.
2. Tour the Stadium – The stadium isn’t just an architectural marvel on the outside, its interior is designed to create the most high tech and exquisite atmosphere money can buy. This luxury is no more evident then in the art collection. Create by Gene Jones and Charlotte Anderson (the owner’s wife and daughter), the art collection rivals most art museums in the quality and diversity of fine art collected. Not typically something you would find in a sport stadium, but in this facility, it works.
3. Fine Food & Beverage – Prior to the game, make your way to the Silver Suite Level for a special treat. The only third party vendor in the stadium belongs to the famed Dee Lincoln. With it’s Cajun inspired food and one of the few wine and flute machines in the country, Dee Lincoln’s Tasting Room and Bubble Bar is fine dining at the stadium. Sample several wines before the game begins and return at halftime and after the game, too.
4. View the Game – There is not a bad seat in the house at Cowboys Stadium. The plaza and end zone areas offer standing room seats, which offer great views of the entire stadium. The stadium seats are comfortable and put you in the action, no matter how high you sit, but if you want to truly experience the luxury of Cowboy Stadium, you have to sit in one of the stadium’s 200 suites. The stadium suites are available on several levels and offer different vantage points of the game. They offer incredible dinning options from fine dining to local Texas Bar b que. You can order food and beverages before the game and anytime during as well. The suite levels also give you access to several clubs to further enjoy the game experience with other suite level game fans.
The best time to catch a game is in October and November. The weather will allow the roof to be open and you can experience the stadium the way it’s supposed to be experienced. Dallas Cowboys Stadium is a unique sporting venue and the most luxurious stadium in the world today.