AT&T Stadium; Fort Worth Stockyards & Rodeo
The morning is spent on a tour of the AT&T Stadium – home of the Dallas Cowboys. A USD$1.2 billion build, a mix of function, form and modern art, it certainly is not your ordinary sports stadium. Architecturally designed, the flow of patrons in and out is effortless and the stadium can cater to a wide variety of events. 6500 employees help to run the stadium on event days – over 80,000 people can be seated at the venue, with another 20,000 standing room. We’re able to get on the hallowed turf, and make our own touchdowns.
We spend the afternoon relaxing and enjoying the Fort Worth stockyards and surrounds. The longhorns walk though town with their incredible horns lengthy but keeping them trouble free.
The evening’s entertainment is a preferred box seat at the Cowtown Coliseum Rodeo. We’re effectively ringside, close in on the action as bull riders, bucking broncos and ropers all have a go in order to qualify for the Memorial day events. The lasso work by the cowboys and cowgirls is incredible.