Hard Rock Stadium

Hard Rock Stadium

Located in Miami Gardens, Hard Rock Stadium is the nexus of sports, world-class concerts, music festivals and big-time events in Greater Miami & Miami Beach.

The 65,000-seat stadium is home to the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, offering fans a rain-and-sun shielding roof, unparalleled food and drink offerings and spacious concourses. In addition to Dolphins’ games, Hard Rock Stadium is also home to the University of Miami Hurricanes football team, five-time national champions who take on the likes of Notre Dame and Florida State every year. As one of the premier facilities in all of football, Hard Rock Stadium has also hosted six Super Bowls, the annual Orange Bowl game, and college football’s National Championship Game.

Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens will host games for the FIFA World Cup in 2026, welcoming soccer fans from across the world. Hard Rock Stadium is a regular site for international friendlies between national teams from Europe and the Americas, as well as matches featuring such teams as Real Madrid and FC Barcelona./p>

In 2022, Hard Rock Stadium was the site of Miami’s first Formula One race, building a 19-turn track with 11 grandstands in the middle of the parking lot. Organizers even created a makeshift “marina” where party yachts sat on the water as spectators watched the race. The event will return in 2023 and is already one of the most anticipated events on the Formula One circuit.

During March, Hard Rock Stadium hosts the biggest names in men’s and women’s tennis at the annual Miami Open, the biggest tournament outside the four Grand Slams. Thirty courts cover the tennis campus, and spectators wander among them watching their favorite players from just a few rows away. Fans also enjoy Champagne bars, day clubs, sushi restaurants and shaded lounge areas. Top matches take place on Center Court inside the stadium.

But Hard Rock Stadium isn’t just a place for sports. The biggest concerts in the world also play here, including Bad Bunny’s shows during the summer of 2022. Previous acts have included the Rolling Stones, U2, Beyonce and Jay-Z, and Madonna. Hard Rock Stadium hosts the annual Rolling Loud Music Festival, which features hip-hop’s brightest stars. Jazz in the Gardens brings the biggest names in jazz and R&B to Miami Gardens in March.

The Hard Rock in-stadium experience includes full liquor bars in each corner, as well as craft beer bars with a massive selection of local brews. You’ll find all the flavors of Miami in the concourse, too, whether it’s Cuban food from landmark restaurant Versailles or mojo-roasted chicken from Pollo Tropical. Argentinian specialties such as empanadas and grilled meats are available at Novecento, and local legend Shula Burger also has locations inside the stadium.

So whether you’re at Hard Rock Stadium for a big game or a once-in-a-lifetime concert, you’re in for a first-class experience. From state-of-the-art scoreboards to local food and craft beer, Hard Rock Stadium is one of the greatest venues in all of sports. Just remember to leave a little extra time to walk in – the parking lots stretch for acres. But above all else, take the time to soak in the scenes from a stadium that’s seen it all.

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