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LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge

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Nicknamed Death Valley and regarded as one of the greatest football stadiums anywhere, LSU Tiger Stadium has had the roar of its crowd picked up by a nearby seismograph. ESPN called it the loudest stadium in the United States by far, as well as the scariest place for an opposing team to play. The seating capacity of the Louisiana State University Tigers' home field is 102,321 fans, making it the ninth-largest stadium in the world. Visit legendary Death Valley for a football game or a concert, grab a hot dog, burger, or nachos, and melt into the cheering crowds. Make LSU Tiger Stadium a centerpiece of your Baton Rouge vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Baton Rouge vacation trip planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Nothing like this place on a Saturday night during football season. But walking around the grounds and the enormous stadium facility on a beautiful campus is a good thing to do on a sunny day. It's a ...  more »
  • I was lucky enough to get a private tour of the stadium and was impressed with how first rate the facility is. I have also attended several LSU games, sitting in the seats and in the boxes as well. Th...  more »
  • Just a awesome experience for all. From the tailgating to the band and team coming down hill. To the stadium and game. We loved it  more »
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  • Tiger Stadium is the epitome of College Stadiums. They call it the Cathedral of College Football and has one of the best atmospheres you will ever witness from the tailgating ,raucous Tigers fans to the actual game itself. Once you walk into this venue it won't be the last time you come back.
  • There is no place better to watch a college football game than Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night. The pagentry, sights and sounds are like no other. The roar of the crowd when the Tigers score a touchdown or make a defensive stop is spine chilling. The grand ol stadium has been modernized with big screens and boards throughout to give it a modern stadium feel but the historic ambiance with arches resembling the Greek Collosium remain timeless. If you have the opportunity to see the Tigers play football in Tiger Stadium do not pass it up as you would be doing yourself a disservice.
  • Place is huge, however some seats have no seatbacks. And if you in the nosebleeds section the angle of the seats going up is very steep. More than any normal stadium by a longshot. I have a feeling one day someone will die falling backwards in a freak accident in the top half. Lower Bowl seats are great. Tailgating is great.
  • It was my son's first LSU game. He is 11. He asks me "So, LSU games are always a big party like this?". It is an unbelievable experience to watch LSU play in Tiger Stadium.
  • It's an iconic college stadium. Yes the cell signal is non-existent, but you shouldn't be looking at that when surrounded by one of the greatest atmospheres in sports.