Check out our in-depth Tailgating guide to the TEAM’ Stadium, STADIUM! All the best tailgating spots, traditions, & things to do!


Unitas Plaza

Former Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas played his career in Baltimore before being enshrined in the hall of fame. A statue honoring Unitas has been erected in the plaza outside the stadium, so stop by and snap a picture with this Baltimore football icon. Also if you want to give the Ravens some extra luck before the game make sure to rub the statue’s foot before entering M&T Bank Stadium.

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Ray Lewis Statue

Make sure to stop by the Ray Lewis statue and get a picture before heading into M&T Bank Stadium. The statue honors the greatest player in Ravens history and is a must-see for any football fan, so stop by and see it before the game.

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Ravens Walk

The Ravens Walk is recognized as one of the best tailgating experiences in the NFL, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist for you to know why. At the Ravens Walk, you’ll be surrounded by numerous pubs such as the Flying Dog Bar, Tailgate Tavern, and the Bloody Mary Bar. There are also plenty of local eateries here as well including Hightopps Backstage Grille and Ravenstown Grille. In addition to all these great food and drink options, fans can also enjoy a number of fun activities and live music! The Ravens Walk tailgate party is located on the walkway leading from Oriole Park to the stadium itself, in between lots B & C and is open 3 hours before every home game.

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Marching Ravens

One of the must-see aspects of attending a Baltimore Ravens game is the Marching Ravens, who perform on Eutaw Street 90 minutes before kickoff. The band has been going strong since 1947, which is quite an impressive feat when you consider the fact Baltimore did not have a football team from 1984 to 1995.

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