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Caesars Superdome (formerly Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
13 acres and 27-stores high, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is appropriately named. The best extra-large venue in Louisiana for baseball games, basketball games, football games, trade shows, conventions, concerts, and more, it is a do-all giant in The Big Easy. Formerly known as the Louisiana Superdome which broke ground in 1971, the venue inarguably has a long history in the city. It has been a place of thrilling victories and remarkable resilience, the place where Muhammad Ali defeated Leon Sprinks, the place where the Rolling Stones performed for nearly 100,000 fans, and the place where tens of thousands of residents took shelter after Hurricane Katrina. Few landmarks of its size have its history and significance to a city and to its people. To learn more about the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, keep reading.
Thinking about amenities, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome offers 153 suits to view events, providing a high-end experience with an interior view of the stadium. For exclusive suites, catering is available. For other guests, there are tons of food options, many of which have multiple locations inside of the Superdome. Some fan favorites are Parish Grill, Royal Feast & Kings Table, Parish Pizza, Saint Jack’s Barbeque, Poydras St. Poboys, Club Concourse, Jester’s Spread, and Beer Well. Between these restaurants, patrons can snack on anything from classic stadium foods to New Orleans’ specialty dishes.
In terms of the types of events people can enjoy at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, sports are a prime option. It has been home to the New Orleans Saints since its opening. This long history has cemented a dedicated fanbase in the city, the team becoming a symbol for perseverance and victory nationwide. For over a decade, the season tickets for the Saints have sold out, averaging over 73,000 fans per game. It is no wonder why the Mercedes-Benz Superdome has hosted seven Super Bowls, with the next one scheduled for 2024. It is also the running venue for the Sugar Bowl. For those who are looking for more than sports, past performers have included Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, Rolling Stones, Charli XCX, Beck, U2, Lizzo, John Legend, Miranda Lambert, Rascal Flatts, Beyonce, and Jay-Z.
The address of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 1500 Sugar Bowl Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112. It is conveniently situated to the east of I-10, US-90, and Pontchartrain Expressway. Although it is in the Central Business District of the city, it is only a mile away from the French Quarter which is ripe with a vibrant nightlife, gourmet food selections, and street performers. If you have never been to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and will be in the New Orleans area soon, give it a go. Tickets go fast, especially for sports, so buy your tickets in advance now.