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Spectacular Sports Venues in Louisiana
Get to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on a Sunday during the fall to watch Drew Brees and the Saints take the field against the rest of the NFL. Get your ticket for this bowl season and see one of the great college football traditions at the Sugar Bowl.
You won’t find a better place to view live entertainment than the Superdome. Just next door to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is the Smoothie King Center where you’ll get a seat to watch Anthony Davis and the Pelicans take on the other 29 teams in the NBA.
If you prefer college hoops, catch a Tulane University Green Wave game at the Smoothie King Center. Get out to Baton Rouge and see the LSU Tigers take on the rest of the SEC in Death Valley. Catch an LSU baseball game at Skip Bertman Field or watch the Tigers’ basketball team take the court at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Located in New Orleans, the Superdome is home to the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League and the Tulane University football team.
The Superdome also hosts the Sugarbowl annually and the BCS National Championship every four years.
With over 72,000 seats, the Superdome is a popular choice for events needing to serve a large capacity of people. In fact, there were over 87,000 fans in attendance for the 1981 Rolling Stones concert.
From music festivals, concerts, football games, basketball games, and Monster Jams to boat shows and home and garden shows, there's plenty of action at the Superdome.
Smoothie King Center
Home to the National Basketball Association's New Orleans Pelicans since 2002, the Smoothie King Center is a multi-purpose arena located in downtown New Orleans. The arena is found ajacent to the Mercedes-Bendz Superdome.
Apart from pro hoops, the arena is home to the Tulane University basketball team and the New Orleans VooDoo, an arena football team. The arena first opened in 1999 and hosts a variety of New Orleans events, like concerts, basketball tournaments, trade shows, and wrestling events.
Opened 1924, Tiger Stadium is the home field of the Louisiana State University Tigers football team. Seating over 100,000 fans, the stadium is one of the largest and loudest in all of the NCAA and the Southeastern Conference.
The stadium is located on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. Plan your visit to Plantation Country accordingly, and be there when the Tigers take on hated rivals, the University of Alabama Crimson Tide.