Experiencing gameday at AT&T Stadium (The House that Jerry Built) is one of the most extravagant displays you’ll experience at an NFL game. The Cowboys pull out all the stops to ensure that every fan has their needs met. If the sheer beauty of the new Cowboys stadium isn’t enough for you, there is an awesome party just outside of the stadium. The party provides great food and bottomless drinks at the reasonable prices.
For those of you who traditional parking lot tailgating is more your speed, there is also a vast area around Cowboy’s stadium that houses diehard Cowboys fan pre-game activity. Cowboys fans love tailgating almost as much as they love football and it shows, in fact, the lots surrounding the stadium fill up right when they open five hours before kickoff. If you want to get in on the tailgating scene at AT&T Stadium, make sure to get to the tailgate bright and early, so you can find a spot and don’t miss out on any of the action.
Cowboys fans pull out all the stops when it comes to tailgating. Upon reaching the lot, you’ll be greeted by a sea of tents, tables, TVs, and Grills. Everything’s bigger in Texas and Cowboys tailgates is no exception. You’ll find some huge tailgate parties here, so don’t be shy and join in on the fun.
Cowboys Tailgate Party (The East Plaza)
The Cowboys Tailgate Party party is perfect for fans looking to enjoy the tailgate vibe without having actually to set up their tailgate. The East Plaza at the Cowboys stadium offers food and drink including burgers and sausages, hot dog, domestic beers, and much more. At the party, you’ll also be able to take in live music hosted by 105.3 FM and entertaining guest including the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and past Dallas Cowboy stars.Watch video
Tom Landry Statue
Located by the ticket booth and pro shop, the statue of Tom Landry honors not only one of the best coaches in the history of the NFL but also arguably the most important figure in the history of the Cowboys. Any real Cowboys fan must stop by and snap a picture with the statue of this Cowboys legend.
Where to tailgate
Jerry World Parking LotsIf you want to enjoy classic parking lot style tailgating then you’ll want to check out the Jerry World parking lots. Tailgating spots are on the outermost part of the stadium parking lots and feature nice grassy areas to set up tents, grills and more. The spots are on a first come first serve basis and fill very fast. If you’re hoping to obtain a spot you should plan to get to the stadium five hours before game time when the Lots open.
Cowboys Tailgate Party (The East Plaza)The Cowboys Tailgate Party party is perfect for fans looking to enjoy the tailgate vibe without having actually to set up their tailgate. The East Plaza at the Cowboys stadium offers food and drink including burgers and sausages, hot dog, domestic beers, and much more. At the party, you’ll also be able to take in live music hosted by 105.3 FM and entertaining guest including the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and past Dallas Cowboy Stars. The Cowboys Tailgate Party is actually partying central for a Cowboys pre-game.
Barstool Tailgating at Fishbone Grill & Sports BarFishbone is conveniently located directly across the street from the west entrance of Cowboys Stadium. Every game day they host an all-you-can-eat/all-you-can-drink tailgate in the parking lot of the bar. They even have big screen TVs set up so you can catch up on the action going on around the league. The Fishbone Tailgate is$50 dollars for 3 hours of fun which is a great deal when you consider the unlimited beers and margaritas offered. Make sure to buy your tickets in advance for the event because it sells out for every game.