Location of Ohio Stadium
Details of Ohio Stadium and the Ticket Luck value
The Ohio State University's popular football stadium which has brought to you a number of exciting football matches and even concerts in the past is now back with more thrilling events. The Ohio Stadium has become one of the leading football stadiums in the area hosting mega events and entertaining huge crowds. This season will be pulling in large numbers so book The Ohio Stadium tickets before all of them finish off as they always do.
Built in the shape of a horseshoe back in 1922, the popular stadium has served as the home ground for not only The Ohio State Buckeyes football team but also a few others. From the year 1996 to 1998, Columbus Crew, the Major League Soccer team used the stadium as its home venue until the Columbus Crew Stadium was built in 1999. Also, it has been the OSU track and field team's home ground from 1923-2001.
Apart from hosting football matches, Ohio Stadium is also a concert location. In the past, various renowned artists have performed at the glorious venue and entertained audiences numbering 105,000. Among those are U2, Pink Floyd, Metallica, Billy Joel, Elton John, Blues Traveler, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Limp Bizkit, Deftones, Genesis, Mudvayne and The Rolling Stones who have delivered stunning live performances which are remembered by fans even to this day.
The magnificent venue is the biggest stadium in terms of capacity in the Ohio State and the fourth largest football stadium in the country. Also, amongst huge non-racing stadiums it ranks on number seven all over the world. Commonly known as 'The Horseshoe' for its shape, the stadium was honored by the National Park Service by being added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Over the years, the famed stadium has been renovated a number of times. As time went on, the number of audiences increased and so did the seating capacity to accommodate the growing number of attendees. During the years 2000 and 2001, the stadium was improved on a large scale with the addition of a new expensive score board costing $2.1 million, a new press box, luxury suites, club seats and a lot more.
Due to its growing popularity, by the year 2014 the Ohio State plans to further increase the stadium's capacity by adding 2500 more seats. The Ohio Stadium would then become the third largest stadium in the United States, leaving behind Tennessee's Neyland Stadium which has a seating capacity of 102,455. It would then also become the fifth largest stadium in the whole world.
The renowned venue is known for its quality shows and fan-friendly staff. So for any football match or concert, The Ohio Stadium should definitely be the next on your list. Grab your share of Ohio Stadium tickets right away and enjoy a fine evening along with your family and friends.