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American Airlines Center

Since opening in July 2001, the American Airlines Center has set a new standard for sports and entertainment and has become the premier venue of the South. It's grand complex with sweeping vistas and inviting passages comprise five concourses, 142 luxury suites and rooms for 20,000 fans or 18,532 hockey fans.

The American Airlines Center has not stopped gaining recognition, it was rated one of the best facilities in the country by its fans in the "Voice of the Fan" JD Powers and Associates Survey. In 2002, it was named "The Best Sports Venue" by the Dallas Observer and received the 2006 "Best New Concert Venue" award from Pollstar Magazine.

Designed by world-renowned architect David M. Schwarz and Dallas based HKS, Inc., American Airlines Center is a combination of traditional architecture and hi-tech wizardry. Outside, the signature arches are warm and inviting, inside, the retractable seating brings the bowl in closer to the action, allowing fans a more intimate experience and exceptional sight lines. American Airlines Center is flying high and bringing the hottest sports and entertainment to Dallas.

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AT&T PlazaAT&T Plaza

Located at the south entrance of American Airlines Center, the AT&T Plaza is the premier gathering place in Victory Park.

AT&T Plaza has been host to the 2007 NHL All-Star pre-game festivities, Big D NYE, national press conferences, watching parties, concerts and a variety of festivals and private events.

Smartly designed to accommodate a variety of outdoor events, AT&T Plaza is perfect for your next event for 100 to 3,000 people and with the audio and video technology available in the Plaza, your event will be certain to be a one of a kind event.

Woodall Rodgers Plaza

Located on the corner of Victory Park across from Hooters, this plaza is a great location for events or festivals. Designed by Cork Marcheschi, an artist for over 33 years, his creations can bee seen in fine art galleries and museums.