The Dome at America's Center has a convenient location in downtown St. Louis. Previously known as the Trans World Dome and Edward Jones Dome, it's often referred to as just "The Dome." Its opening in 1995 coincided with the arrival of the NFL's Rams. For 21 seasons, the Rams played their home games at The Dome, only to return to LA in 2015. In addition to having hosted NFL games, including five NFC playoff games, the stadium has also been the site of professional soccer games, college basketball games, college football games, car races, special events and concerts. Taylor Swift, Guns N' Roses and Beyonce are some of the headliners who have played here. Get your The Dome at America's Center tickets at StubHub.
What is the seating arrangement?
The Dome at America's Center seating capacity is for 67,277, and that number is split into three different levels. The concourse level is the lower bowl, the club level is right above it and the terrace level is the upper bowl. Large video screens are behind both goals, and there are elevators on each side of the stadium, aligning with the 50-yard line.
What are the club level seats like?
At the club level, you can have your own private section equipped with a bar, sink, fridge and comfortable seating for small groups of either 12 or 14. There are various dining and drink packages available, and you'll get personalized service if you need anything.
Is there parking?
Yes, guests attending The Dome at America's Center events will find that on-site parking is available. The parking garage for the America's Center complex (which also includes a convention center), can be entered from either Convention Plaza or 7th Street. There are also many garages and surface lots throughout the downtown area. There may be street parking as well, but be sure to read any posted signs.
Can I take public transportation to the Dome?
With a downtown location, The Dome is close to many public transportation stops. Buses frequently run through the neighborhood, as does the Metrolink. It makes stops at 8th and Pine, Convention Center and Laclede's Landing, all of which are within a short walk of the stadium.
Is there anything to do nearby?
The downtown area has many attractions and dining options that can keep you entertained before or after an event at The Dome. The iconic Gateway Arch is less than a mile away, and it's a great place to take pictures and get a nice view of the Mississippi River. Also in this vicinity are The Basilica of Saint Louis, which was finished in 1834, the Citygarden Sculpture Park and the National Blues Museum. Numerous restaurants and bars are here as well, such as Tigin Irish Pub, Charlie Gitto's and St. Louis Bread Co.Back to Top