Performers at Paul Brown Stadium
Paul Brown Stadium
Paul Brown Stadium History
Paul Brown Stadium is well known as the home of the Cincinnati Bengals football team of the NFL which annually competes against some of the toughest pro football teams in the country as part of the AFC North. The venue has served as the Bengals' home since it first opened in 2000. Football fans have been cheering for a winning team for years and it appears as though the Bengals are once again getting back into contention not only in their division but in the AFC as a whole thanks to contributions from superstars like Andy Dalton and A.J. Green. Paul Brown Stadium has always been one of the most popular destinations for football lovers in Cincinnati so be sure to get your tickets for the big games at Paul Brown Stadium from StubHub as soon as possible so you can choose from among the best seats in the house.
Paul Brown Stadium Events
While it has been best known as the home of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals there has always been a lot going on at Paul Brown Stadium. It is used as the temporary home of the Cincinnati Bearcats and the place to catch other big time college football games as well as occasional high school football games. The stadium has also been used for a variety of other events including big time stadium concerts. Of course, nothing is as big of an event at Paul Brown as AFC North conference games when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens, or the Cleveland Browns.
Cincinnati, Ohio was the first major city founded in the United States that was entirely inland as well as the first city founded following the American Revolution. It is a city loaded with history and entertainment options that are sure to keep visitors and residents alike occupied. Foodies will definitely want to sample some of the one of a kind cuisine in Cincinnati including Cincinnati chili, and goetta. Cincinnati also boasts a long tradition of theater dating back to the early 1800's and has numerous theater companies including the Cincinnati Opera, the Know Theatre of Cincinnati, Clear Stage Cincinnati, and more. If you are looking for some sports action you can catch a Cincinnati Reds MLB game or a Cincinnati Bengals NFL game depending on the time of year.
Paul Brown Stadium Seating Layout
Paul Brown Stadium seats 65,535 fans and when it is full there is hardly a better place in the country to catch a football game whether it is an NCAA contest featuring two of the top teams in the country or an NFL game featuring the Cincinnati Bengals. Fans will be decked out in team colors and screaming their heads off trying to urge the home team on to a win. The state of the art stadium offers comfortable seating with unobstructed views wherever you are seated.
Paul Brown Stadium is nicknamed The Jungle, a reference to the natural habitat of the Bengal tiger.
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