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AT&T Stadium Events

1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011 US

AT&T Stadium

Capacity: 80,000-105,000

Home Teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL)

AT&T Stadium Events

Sometimes referred to as the Texas Death Star, the massive glass and metal behemoth that is AT&T Stadium opened in 2008 as the new home of the Dallas Cowboys and, with a capacity of 80,000-105,000 fans depending on configuration, the biggest football stadium in the NFL. The stadium has a retractable roof that can be opened on nice days so that visitors can revel in the fine Texas weather. The Dallas Cowboys are one of the most successful teams in the NFL and recognizable football brands worldwide, but Cowboys fans at the AT&T Stadium are still waiting for past glories to return, with the team’s most recent Super Bowl win coming back in 1995 (Super Bowl XXX). Along with all regular season and playoff Cowboys home games, the stadium plays host to several big college football showdowns, including the Cotton Bowl, along with concerts, rodeos, and even motorsports events. Hungry visitors will find plenty of tempting food options, from beer barbecued chicken and juicy burgers to delicious ice cream and classic TexMex. Kiosks and shops around the AT&T Stadium hawk team and event merchandise, including all manner of souvenirs decorated with that famous Cowboys Lone Star.

AT&T Stadium Seating Chart

The sheer size of the AT&T Stadium means that visitors have a lot of choice when it comes to seating options. There is premium seating in the form of suites and club seats, as well as seats near the team benches for those fans seeking a memorable up-close encounter with their sporting heroes. The venue also houses plenty of mid-range and cheaper seats to suit every preference and budget, but there isn’t a bad seat in the house from which to view the action. Check TicketX for lists of all tickets to games or events at the AT&T Stadium and use our seating chart to compare different seating options.

Getting to AT&T Stadium (Transportation and Parking)

Visitors can access the AT&T Stadium via public transportation or driving their own vehicle. Note that the AT&T Stadium is actually located in Arlington, Texas, about a 25-30 minute drive from Dallas.

Getting to AT&T Stadium via public transportation

There is no public transportation that goes to AT&T Stadium but charter buses are sometimes available from certain hotels in the area. Taxing a taxi to the stadium is another way to get there if you don’t have your own wheels.

Getting to AT&T Stadium by car

Traveling to AT&T Stadium by car is the most popular way to arrive at the stadium, but those who elect to drive their own vehicles should prepare for heavy traffic before and after games or major events. Make sure to budget extra time to avoid disappointment. AT&T Stadium’s official website has maps and driving directions.

Does AT&T Stadium have on-site parking?

There are large parking lots all around AT&T Stadium and visitors can also park at the nearby Texas Rangers Globe Life Field parking lots during Cowboys games. You can find detailed parking information on AT&T Stadium’s official website and buy your parking pass in advance (recommended).

How much does AT&T Stadium parking cost?

Parking passes to the big lots around AT&T Stadium can range widely in cost from $20 to over $125 during games and events. Your best bet to find cheaper parking rates is to visit AT&T Stadium’s official website and book your parking pass well in advance.