Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones once said he envisioned “a large entertainment mecca” as the home for his beloved team, and that is exactly what he got in AT&T Stadium (previously known as Cowboy Stadium). With the ability to accommodate a whopping 105,000 people, it’s no wonder the stadium is equipped to handle much more than football games. First opened in 2009, the stadium has now hosted the Final Four, the Rolling Stones, the Academy of Country Music Awards, Jay Z and Beyonce’s “On the Run Tour,” and the final show of George Strait’s illustrious career. Despite its size, the stadium offers a remarkably luxurious experience. The stadium even has the fourth largest high-definition video screen in the world—and a surprising collection of critically acclaimed contemporary art located throughout the arena.