EverBank Field is just one of those places that you have to make it out to once in a while if you're
looking for top-tier football, as it's always packed to the brim with passion and energy thanks to a talented and exciting
team that calls it home. The Jacksonville Jaguars always seem to have a roster loaded with the playmakers of today and tomorrow,
and the atmosphere is nothing shy of heart-pounding whenever they're in town taking on another quality NFL opponent. Come
out and see a big game at EverBank Field and you'll end up with an experience that you'll be talking about long after it's
But you're way off if you think that NFL games are the only things that go down at the EverBank Field. Though
the sporting events are a must, you can also catch some of the very best musicians from today as well, and one look at the
schedule and you might find a legend like the Jason Aldean, Colt Ford or plenty of other options, making this venue one you
definitely don't want to skip. But you also shouldn't skip the parking passes either, as it will bring you right to the big
event you've been waiting for in style.
History of the EverBank Field
Opening back in 1995, EverBank Field
has seen some unbelievable games go down on the gridiron, making it an iconic part of the local scene in Jacksonville. With
Mark Brunell and Jimmy Smith leading the way for the Jaguars, the expansion team grew up into a full-blown contender almost
right away – which is something that just doesn't happen for expansion teams very often, or really ever. It was clear
that the Jags were a team that was never going to stay down for long, which is why it's always a good idea to keep your eye
on the schedule so you can make it out to see them the way it was meant to be seen.
Jaguars regular season tickets entered the NFL tickets market in the mid-1990s, and it didn't take too long for them to become
nothing short of a staple of the surrounding community. EverBank has had plenty of amazing games featuring the Jags, but it
also held a recent Super Bowl as well, with 34th Super Bowl in history going to the Patriots in a tight game against the Philadelphia
Eagles. It isn't just the pros, though, as this is also a great college football town that makes it the perfect place for
some of the biggest games of the season. The Florida-Georgia game is so big that they have to put in temporary bleachers to
bring the capacity to 84,000, as this is a game with plenty of scope and enthusiasm. It's also held the Gator Bowl and plenty
of other amazing matchups as well, giving fans plenty to cheer about in the process from year to year and season to season.
The Spectator Experience
Be there for all of the hard-hitting NFL action, from highlight reel runs and eye-popping
catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded with players headed for
the Pro Bowl, you'll see first-hand why the NFL has become the cream of the crop in American professional sports. When your
favorite team storms the gridiron for an electrifying matchup against a rival, you'll understand the difference between seeing
them on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. Once you've seen the game the way it was meant to be seen, the TV experience
suddenly feels like taking a look at the Grand Canyon on a postage stamp.
But you're also way off if you think the NFL
experience begins in the stands at kick-off. Nope. Instead, fans begin pouring into the parking lots at EverBank Field long
before the game actually does, and it's there where the Jaguars fans come together to start game day the way it's supposed
to be done.