Few sporting venues in the nation are well equipped to host both NFL football and major league baseball. In 1987, this ... More
Sun Life Stadium
Few sporting venues in the nation are well equipped to host both NFL football and major league baseball. In 1987, this privately financed facility, known then as Joe Robbie Stadium, emerged as the home stadium for the Miami Dolphins and was called Dolphin Stadium. Today, known as Sun Life Stadium and owned by Stephen M. Ross, it continues to play host to Dolphin home games, championships, as well as several concerts and other special events. The box office is located at Gate G in the stadium. Also within the stadium is the Grand Plaza, which is emerging as the new entertainment hub. The Club Level also has many restaurants and lounge areas where people can enjoy themselves. There are spaces available for rental purposes too. Kindly check the website for future event details and addition rental information.
I liked the beautiful condition and attractive colors of the stadium. Also, the ease of parking is a plus. The Florida Marlins do a good job trying to make a baseball game here an enjoyable time. The only negative is the extreme heat one encounters for day games. But, a family or a couple, or a single person should enjoy a pleasant evening game with the Florida Marlins. Also, tickets start at only $8.00 (plus $10.00 to park). Check it out. I think you'll enjoy it.
It holds history and a whooole lotta excitement. Every seat is great. Upper deck might be scary to some. Oh, when it rains, lookout!, there's no where to hide. Everything, including the walkways are out in the open. What really sucks is that the parking lot fills up EASILY. If you're planning on going to a game come early! It's first come first serve. When it does fill up, there are plenty of locals that will let you park on their drive way for less than $10. See? Even they know the parking sucks. I still rate it 4 stars because in the end it's all about the view and experience of watching the game.
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