It’s brand new
Erected next door to the Georgia Dome where Drum Corps International hosted more than a decade’s worth of events, the stadium officially opened in August of 2017 with a preseason football game featuring the Atlanta Falcons and Arizona Cardinals.
It’s built with spectator comfort in mind
From a faster and more secure entry experience (boasting 40 percent more capacity than the Georgia Dome), to wider seats (two inches wider than the Georgia Dome), to a robust wireless and cellular network so you can stay connected to your devices all the time, stadium planners put a reimagined fan experience as a top priority for this facility.
Achieving the highest rating offered by the U.S. Green Building Council, the stadium design called for a number of sustainable measures. The facility is the first sports stadium in the world to achieve LEED platinum certification, and among the highlights of its green features is renewable energy that is generated through 4,000 solar panels.
It’s state of the art
Just below a first-of-its-kind retractable roof, the crowning centerpiece of the stadium is its 360-degree “halo” video board, which is currently the largest in pro sports. The 63,000-square foot HD video screen is more than five stories tall.
Concessions are wallet friendly
The stadium’s “fan-first” menu offers a dozen items priced $6 or under. From $2 hot dogs and soft drinks to $5 draft beers.
It’s a multi-purpose venue
This summer alone, the stadium will host major events and concerts from Drum Corps International, Major League Soccer, Taylor Swift, Jay-Z and Beyoncé.