If you don't know about the escal...ators that go to the upper floors, you will have to walk up ramps to get there.
I was thankful that when it became evident that I couldn't fit in my seat, the customer service department
The building is very nice, and they help you when you need it. I will say that the staff needs to become more knowledgea
Terrible. For the moment we got in line to attend the Sugar Bowl tonight we were treated horribly. We stood in the freezing cold weather a...t the security line for hours to get in. Get through security and we’re told at the door it was for the pregame party even though myself, and a couple hundred more people, asked if this was the correct line as there was NO SIGNAGE. We were told it was. The lady at the door scanning tickets literally put her hands on me when I asked where we should go. She put her HANDS on me. There were numerous people being screamed at to get out and the “superviso
Steps are steep in upper section but I guess for an older stadium it’s what it is. The atmosphere
The walk down the middle of Poydras to & from the game with thousands of loud fans is a great experience
Easy to get in & out of the stadium. Due to multiple entrances.
The worst thing I can say is that the seats need drink holders.
For an old stadium, the Superdome is standing the test of time. Makes,me wonder why the Falcons couldn't just renovate the Georgia Dome instead of building a new one. Retractabl
Alabama scored 14 points off a pair of third quarter turnovers to key its 24-6 victory against top-seeded Clemson in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1 before a sellout crowd of 72,360. The Crimson Tide (12-1) held Clemson (12-2), the defending national champion, to 188 yards of total offense, including just 99 through three quarters when it held the commanding 24-6 lead. Photos by Kelley L Cox.
Post Sugar Bowl Press Conference with Clemson Head Coach Swinney and Selected Players