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Seating 87,500, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is one of the largest stadiums in the country. The dome is home to the New Orleans Saints football team and the Tulane University Green Wave. This stadium also hosts conventions, exhibits, concerts, and the occasional Super Bowl game.
Yulman Stadium is the home of Tulane University's Green Wave football team. The stadium was first opened in 2014 and has since attracted huge crowds to watch the Green Wave play. If you're looking for a good time at a classic college football atmosphere, look no further than Yulman Stadium.
Located adjacent to the Louisiana Superdome, this arena serves as a venue for concerts, festivals, conventions, banquets, exhibits and trade shows. It is also home to the New Orleans Hornets and a number of sporting events like the Nokia Sugar Bowl Basketball Classic. Check out the Smoothie King Center for some of New Orleans' biggest events.
Greer Field at Turchin Stadium is located in Tulane University. Named after Robert Turchin, a World War II veteran in 2008, the Greer Field was added to the name in honor of Phil Greer, the chair of the Board of Tulane. The home team has won 75% of all its games in Turchin. The stadium was renovated after Hurricane Katrina nearly destroyed it. The new field stadium seats 5000, has private suites, air conditioning and restrooms. All in all, making it a perfect venue to host city's happening events.
New Orleans Fairgrounds Racecourse and Slots serves up endless betting action. Check out the action on the racetrack or head indoors to check out some gaming action. With over 600 of the newest slot machines on hand, there are plenty of potential jackpots to hit. Food and drinks are served here as well.
The Lakefront Arena is a multi event venue with over 8,000 seating capacity in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is the home turf for several sporting events. In addition to that it hosts several concerts, graduation ceremonies and popular family shows as well.
Pan American Stadium is located in New Orleans' popular City Park. This outdoor stadium plays host to some major sporting events, primarily soccer. The stadium is home to the New Orleans Jesters and Motagua New Orleans soccer teams. Renovated in 2008 after it was badly damaged by Hurricane Katrina, the stadium also hosts various high school football games as well.