Earlier this off-season the team began nearly $27 million worth of improvements to the stadium, which originally opened in 1999.
New high-definition video screens that are four times the size of the previous screens have been erected in both the north and south end zones. They measure 157 feet wide and 54 feet high, making them the largest HD video screens in the world among those built in outdoor stadiums.
They are the NFL’s second-largest video boards, behind only the screens measuring 160 by 72 at Cowboys Stadium. Additionally, the stadium upgrades include new high-definition LED ribbon boards along the east and west sides of the stadium, a new 800-speaker distributed sound system, new high-speed elevators to the upper deck, a music stage in the north end zone, and fan-friendly hospitality areas.
The improvements are stunning, and Titans fans and NFL fans alike are in for a treat this season at LP Field.
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