Everything is bigger – and better – in Texas. From catching a game or concert to staying on the edge of your seat at the American Rodeo, AT&T Stadium is unforgettable. You’re guaranteed a good view no matter what with their massive jumbotron at 160 feet wide and 72 feet tall.
Whether you’re here for a tour, game or Supercross, we’ve got you covered. Here’s absolutely everything you need to know before you head over. AT&T Stadium is making your health a priority. For their health and wellness standards, go to their website here. Don't forget to bring your mask and wait 6 feet between your family and others!
1. Make parking a breeze…
You’re in a World of Wonderful! That means there’s no need to stress about parking. Plan ahead and take a look at AT&T Stadium’s parking options. You can also check out Stadium Parking for other lots nearby – they also cover Globe Life Field! Local Tip: Watch for No Parking Signs and know that you can park in private business lots with the City parking permit designation!
2. Bag it up!
Their policy is straight to the point! You can check out the full list of prohibited bag styles and examples of approved ones here. These three bags are approved:
Clear tote – plastic, vinyl or PVC that is 12” x 6” x 12” or smaller
Plastic storage bag – clear, one gallon, re-sealable
Small clutch purse – Approximately the size of a hand, no larger than 4.5” X 6.5”
3. Keep it classy.
Want to kick it up a notch? Take your experience to the next level at the Stadium Club or a Luxury Suite rental. Stadium Club offers an exclusive, members only dining experience and access to member-only events. If the suite life is calling your name, check out their suite rental program for upscale spaces with incredible views of the stadium.
4. Mask Up!
AT&T Stadium has new wellness protocols so you can enjoy every death defying, bull riding move. All fans and stadium employees must wear a face mask at all times, except when eating or drinking. The stadium will be at a limited capacity so there will be plenty of room for social distancing! NOTE: All tickets will be mobile for a contactless experience for fans. Check all out their guidelines here.
5. There’s an app for that…
Speaking of mobile tickets, download the Dallas Cowboys app and use the AT&T Stadium section for mobile ticketing, directions and transportation. BONUS: It even has interactive maps for concessions and amenities.
6. Get the fan experience at home –
Bring your favorite stadium fare to your home! (Or hotel, the food alone is worth a visit!) Order their Texas-sized gourmet eats and specialty drinks for pick up or delivery. Top off the Brisket Mac ‘n’ Cheese Cone, a bread cone filled with famous Cowboys Mac n Cheese, fresh chopped brisket and topped with spicy Jalapeño peppers, with a Cowboyrita – a specialty margarita exclusive to the Dallas Cowboys.
7. Everything really is bigger in Texas…
Did you know the entire Statue of Liberty can fit inside of AT&T Stadium? Yep. With a few feet to spare. Lady Liberty is 305 feet tall and it is 320 feet from the blue star at midfield all the way up to where the roof closes. Plus, it’s the largest enclosed stadium in the NFL. Did you know that the sports stadium is ALSO home to a full art gallery? You can get a guided art tour and see world renown contemporary art. We’ve got brains and brawn.
8. Eat, drink and be merry.
AT&T Stadium is right in the heart of the Entertainment District, which means there are tons of delicious eats nearby. Texas Live! and Boiling Tails Company are within walking distance – and we all know that calories don’t count if you walk there! Downtown Arlington is a short drive (or Via, Uber and Lyft) away, and Urban Union has everything from tacos and beer to charcuterie and tiki drinks if your group needs a little variety.
9. Home sweet home!
Make Arlington, Texas, your home away from home! There’s plenty of hotels throughout the city for every budget. (TIP: Don’t miss out! Save some cash on your trip with our coupons.) Get up close to the action and find a hotel near AT&T Stadium in the Entertainment District.