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American Airlines Center

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American Airlines Center

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Allison L wrote a review Jan. 2021
Texas Gulf Coast, Texas1 contribution1 helpful vote
I'm going to be honest, this review has nothing to do with my experience with the dallas stars in particular, but with the entire arena's covid prevention rules/regulations. Required masks I 100% agree with. No large purses or backpacks, totally fine. However, no clutch wallets (larger wallets than a male carries in their pocket) is discriminatory. As a female I have a normal sized clutch wallet which was not allowed in the arena. Yet, a male carrying a wallet in their back pocket wasn't an issue at all. My mom and I both had our clutch wallets with us, and when another fan behind us explained to us that we weren't allowed to even have that (they saw girls get turned away for the same size clutch 2 days prior) we hid them so that we wouldn't get kicked out (we were 6th in line and got there early for that). We got through without an issue, but after thinking about it I realized how descrimatory it really is. Almost every male there had a wallet on them, it just happened to be smaller than the wallets that are made for females. So, in conclusion, as a female we aren't allowed to carry wallets or anything else into the arena but a male can. Females, make sure to leave everything inside your vehicle instead so that burglars can easily steal them. 👍
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Michael wrote a review Apr. 2020
Woking, United Kingdom255 contributions179 helpful votes
We went to watch the Dallas Stars play the Carolina Hurricanes on February 11th 2020. The game was fantastic as the Stars completed a 4-1 victory over a decent Hurricanes side. The venue itself was excellent as well, conveniently located and easy to access. Seating around the stadium is well placed, nowhere was too far away or had a blocked view etc. The seats are a bit tightly packed however this is the case at most venues. The seats for this particular game were very cheap as well; we figured we probably made a 'profit' on the night as the first 5000 fans received a free cap which I figured was worth more then the price we payed for the seats! The food and beverage service was quite expensive, more so than in Atlanta, but far less than other city stadiums. The stadium was also very clean which was good. I would definitely recommend going to watch an NHL or NBA game here if you have the opportunity.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SBaggy wrote a review Mar. 2020
Austin, Texas17 contributions3 helpful votes
My first visit to American Airlines Center in Dallas to see the Eagles. this is a well designed event center for large crowds. Multiple entrance and exit points makes crowd flow quick, safe and easy to navigate. Plenty of close parking as well. Multiple bars and food booths catering to different tastes. Bathroom lines were short with multiple locations spread throughout the facility. Acoustics for music were acceptable. I would definitely go to this location again.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tonia G wrote a review Mar. 2020
Dallas, Texas64 contributions5 helpful votes
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Went to the a hokey game and sat in a box. Wonderful food and great service. Dallas Stars beat the Arizona Foxes. This place is so clean and great for all events. Cant wait to attend another game.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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William B wrote a review Mar. 2020
Grand Prairie, Texas24 contributions5 helpful votes
Just saw the EAGLES in concert at the A A Center. Seats and concessions were great, bathrooms easy to access, activities around the center to keep you entertained while waiting for the concert to begin. I have been there for basketball games and hockey games, so I was familiar with the center. This was my first concert. Sound was pretty good, not a lot of echoing like at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Stage was set-up at one end. I am glad that I wasn't on the floor. I could see the whole stage and see all of the musicians besides the main act. There were some screens to help us see the actual faces of the performers with a traveling camera along the stage itself. The Eagles could have brought that with them, but it really helped to add to the show and highlight the person that was singing or playing a solo on their guitar. Lighting was good. Over all, atmosphere was good. Just wish people would sit down in front and not block the view of those behind. When it started, I wondered if this was going to be like an Texas A&M football game where all of the students stand during the whole game. Thankfully, we were able to sit some of the time. We did get our exercise of sitting, then standing, then sitting, etc. The EAGLES played the entire Hotel California Album before the intermission. After a 20 minute intermission, they played for another 2 full hours. It was a wonderful concert, excellent sound, and a good time had by all. I will go back for more concerts at the AA Center!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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