About tiaa bank field
Since their inaugural season in 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars have played their home games at TIAA Bank Field in downtown Jacksonville, Fla. The venue plays host to a wide variety of events, serving as the home to the annual Florida-George football game and the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl and welcoming some of the world’s most well-known recording artists, including the Rolling Stones, U2, N’SYNC, and Kenny Chesney. U.S. Soccer matches, the country’s largest Monster Jam show and Super Bowl XXXIX have all taken place at TIAA Bank Field. The stadium has been in an almost-perpetual state of evolution through innovation and now boasts some of the most unique stadium assets in the country including two of the world’s largest outdoor video boards, two swim spas for fans to enjoy and the NFL’s first in-stadium dog park. In 2017, the Jaguars and City of Jacksonville created Daily’s Place, a 5,500-seat covered amphitheater and indoor practice facility that is connected to the south end of TIAA Bank Field. It hosts upwards of 40 concerts a year and daily team practices.