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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. Arrange your visit to LSU Tiger Stadium and discover more family-friendly attractions in Baton Rouge using our Baton Rouge travel site .
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  • The administration has slowly sucked the life out of the building. Bad food that is over priced. Paid parking and traffic nightmares now make the crowd leave early. The bathrooms are a mess. The band ...  more »
  • I have been to several college stadiums and most of them are lotta fun this was no exception. It is an amazing building and although there were no football game score like imagine how beautiful of it ...  more »
  • LSU Tiger stadium is one of it’s kind. It can hold 100000 viewers. Anyone visiting Baton Rouge should not miss it. It’s Louisiana’s pride!  more »
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  • Tiger Stadium isn't just where the LSU Tigers play football, it's home to years of tradition, a wall of sound from fans, and one of the greatest experiences you can have in sports on any level. The fans are intense, but are usually very courteous to visitors (but expect to be ribbed a little). In fact, you'll probably make a few friends in the stadium or at any of the multiple tailgate parties across the campus. Parking can be chaotic and Baton Rouge is known for its terrible traffic, so arrive early, wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and take in one of the most impressive places you'll ever visit.
  • Hung out with the Tiger across the street. Mike Maybe? He was all up on the glass enjoying the attention. Not a game day.
  • Tiger tailgating and death valley are worth the struggle to see. Parking is ridiculous, traffic is even worse and I don't think stadium food has changed in 30 years. That being said still always an incredible time. Geaux Tigers!
  • First home game of the season and the band was incredible. The Tigers won a sloppy game versus a scrappy SLU team. There's no place like Tiger stadium
  • They make it extremely inconvenient to try and visit Mike the Tiger during the week. They offer pay parking spaces that appear to be full all the time. While we visited they were filled with LSU vehicles and state vehicles.
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