Well it is been called the 8th wonder of the world the largest entertainment venue in the world.
It has the biggest HD jumbo tron in the world, a retractable roof and much more.Some may say they hated but many more love it.
It does overshadow the longtime resident of Arlington Six Flags over Texas and the next door neighbor to the home of MLB's Texas Rangers,yes I am talking about the new home of America's team The Dallas Cowboys simply named Cowboy Stadium.
Jerry Jones and the city of Arlington have done it after two years in the making it is 90% percent finished just enough to open up June 6 for Mr. George Strait and friends.
The center of attention in North Texas was and has been for several months the city of Arlington as fans and others around the world have been watching since the ground breaking a year and a half ago as the concrete trucks and the steel arches roll up the Arlington .
After all that now when you drive up I-30 and the surrounding streets now you can see all the fuss is about, but it is not all glitz and glory this stadium doesn't work cheap.
For example to park at this stadium prices range from $49 to $70 depending on how far you want to park and walk,and the ticket prices is not for the average fan.
There are a lot of activities to do if you do visit for a game and the pro shop is just as nice as the stadium.
Overall, the stadium as a whole is the nicest you will see it will be hard to top this one,and both Jones and the city of Arlington hope that the attention that this stadium has gotten will bring a lot of business their way.
I know when the Super Bowl makes it's North Texas debut that his team The Dallas Cowboys will be a participant in it.
Just some info on the stadium's upcoming events: on June 20, another concert with the teen sensation The Jonas Brothers will fill the seats and then World Cup Soccer will all take place before the Cowboys take the field.
On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being the worst, I rate this stadium a 9.
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