AT&T Stadium, opened in 2009 as home to the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, is located in Arlington, Texas – approximately halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth. In addition to being home to the NFL team, AT&T Stadium is one of the most visited venues in the world and has also hosted Super Bowl XLV, the 2010 NBA All Star Game, the 2015 Inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, NCAA Men’s Final Four, the final show of George Strait’s 2014 “The Cowboy Rides Away” tour, international soccer and several more events.
At the time it opened, the venue was home to the world’s largest high-definition video display, with a screen that extends from 20-yard line to 20-yard line on the football field. It is the world’s largest column-free interior stadium and has the largest domed roof in the world (660,800 sqaure feet). The Statue of Liberty could stand on the star in the middle of the football field and the roof could close without touching her flame. AT&T Stadium has continued to enhance the venue’s offerings and experiences with upgraded WiFi, a LiveFX end-zone board, the Miller Lite Corral and multi-million dollar additions to the stadium's 56-piece art collection.