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1101 Russell St Baltimore, MD 21230
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1101 Russell St
Baltimore, MD 21230
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M&T Bank Stadium rests in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland, and it was opened to the public in early-September 1999 at an official price tag of $323 million. Engineers and builders made the most of the cash, creating a lavish outdoor venue that hosts over 70,000 for live events such as Baltimore Ravens home games.

Formerly known as both Ravens Stadium and Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, the venue uses a modern, modified type of Bermuda Grass to keep the playing field both perfectly immaculate and splendidly emerald. When it opened in the final years of the 20th century, designers initially went with a natural grass surfacing. But the demands and upkeep combined with many other options presented as technology evolved led the owners and operators to change course.

The Baltimore Ravens famously moved from Indianapolis to their now permanent home in the middle of the night by the guiding hand of polarized owner Art Modell. Just a couple years later, M&T Bank Stadium opened up, quickly endearing Baltimore fans who showed up in droves and were able to experience top-notch football at a top-notch venue.

The Ravens won the Super Bowl following the 2000 season thanks to a defense that is arguably the single greatest ever put together in the NFL. Fans who packed the stadium during those years watched Ray Lewis and others build a virtually impenetrable unit.

When it comes to concerts, M&T Bank Stadium is among the most popular in all of North America for high-profile artists. Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blink-182 and Coldplay have all played concerts or music festivals in the past. U2 set an all-time attendance record back in 2011 by playing in front of 75,000 fans, and Jay Z, Beyoncé and One Direction have rocked the house in the years since.