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Mercedes-Benz Superdome

  • Neighborhood:
    Central Business District/Downtown
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Venue Specs
Specifications
  • Total SQFT: 162434
  • Facility Buyout: Yes
  • Max Banquet: 1010
  • Max Classroom: 613
  • Max Reception: 1200
  • Max Theatre: 1000
  • Private Rooms: Yes
Meeting Spaces
Room Name SQ. FT. Ceiling Theater Classroom Banquet Reception
General
Main Floor: Expanded Configuration (first 9 rows of East and West Plaza removed) 164434
Main Floor: Regular Configuration (first 9 rows of East and West Plaza installed) 112900
Ground Level: East and West Premium Bunker Club Lounges (Interior Space Only) 7000
Ground Level: East and West Premium Bunker Club Lounges (Interior Space + porch) 10400
Ground Level: East and West Premium Bunker Club Lounges (Interior Space + porch + extended porch) 18288
200 Level: Four Club Lounges (Bienville, Iberville, Claiborne, St. Charles) 13000
Pantheon Cafe 6240
Coors Light Cold Zone 6632
Stadium Club 2000
Built in 1975 and renovated in 2006, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome remains the most recognizable fixture on the New Orleans skyline. At 273 feet high, with a roof measuring 9.7 acres, the Dome has a seating capacity of 76,468. And here’s some fun trivia: The original turf for Superdome was called Mardi Grass. In addition to being the home of the New Orleans Saints, the Dome has hosted Super Bowls, NCAA Men's Final Fours and college football national championship games. In addition, the Dome excels in producing festivals, concerts, family shows, convention/trade shows, stage productions, exhibitions and nearly every type of mega-event.
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What's Nearby
Upcoming Events
January 27, 2018 - Monster Jam
October 31, 2018 - Ed Sheeran