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People in Miami know that the place to go for all of the biggest sporting events and entertainment extravaganzas is Sun Life Stadium. Mainly known as the home of the Miami Dolphins of the NFL, Sun Life Stadium is also home to a wide variety of professional and collegiate sports. Sun Life Stadium annually brings in the Orange Bowl, a college football postseason bowl game that has been used to decide the national championship, and also hosted other college bowl games. Wrestling and concerts are also regular features at Sun Life Stadium and draw some of the venue's biggest crowds. Sun Life Stadium was also home to MLB'S Florida Marlins before they moved to their new home, Marlins Stadium. The weather in Miami can't be beat and this makes Sun Life Stadium the perfect place to enjoy both a football game and the tailgating beforehand. Sun Life is able to hold over 80,000 fans for football games as it did during the 2013 BCS Championship game. It has held over 78,000 for wrestling, and can hold over 74,000 for soccer matches and over 47,000 for a baseball game. When the crowds start filing in for a big football match up at Sun Life Stadium the excitement in the air is palpable.
While it used to also be home to the Florida Marlins, these days Sun Life Stadium is definitely most known as a football stadium both for the pros and for amateurs. Each Sunday during the NFL season tens of thousands of fans pour into the stadium to see the Dolphins take on the best teams in the NFL. Additionally, Sun Life hosts the Orange Bowl which in 2013 was the BCS National Championship game and set an attendance record of 80,120 patrons, surpassing the venue's previous record of 78,363 for Wrestlemania XXVIII. The venue has also hosted several international friendlies featuring teams like Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, and Honduras. The stadium has also been the site for a visit from Pope John Paul II, monster truck rallies, RV and boat shows, Australian rules football, and much more.
Miami is well known as a tourist destination as well as a mecca for people loving the night life, and deservedly so as there is an abundance of options for visitors and residents looking to head out for a good time. If it is baseball season you can check out the Marlins playing at their new state of the art stadium, and if it is basketball season you can see LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat look to take on all comers on their way to what they hope will be another NBA Championship. If you are looking for something a little more high culture then check out what is going on at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts which is the second biggest performing arts center in the country behind only New York's Lincoln Center. Of course, if you are in Miami you cannot leave without a visit to South Beach and a dip in the tranquil Atlantic Ocean during the day before a night of hitting up some of the hottest night clubs in the world.
Sun Life Stadium is a Miami landmark that was designed not only to be aesthetically pleasing but also for functionality with the experience of the patron in mind. There is literally not a bad seat in the house no matter what event you choose to attend. When it comes to sports there is simply no excuse to stay home and watch the game when you could be inside the buzzing Sun Life Stadium with thousands of other fans and feel the electricity in the air. If a concert is your event of choice you can rest assured that the arena has ample seats with perfect sight lines and the acoustics of the arena will be top notch. Any event you choose to attend at Sun Life Stadium is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
Opened in 1987, Sun Life Stadium has gone under various names during the course of its existence including Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Land Shark Stadium, and finally Sun Life Stadium.