|Architect||Howard Dwight Smith|
|Field Size||919 ft x 679 ft|
|Address||411 Woody Hayes Drive|
|Renovations||1970, 1990, 2000, 2006, 2014|
|Cost||USD $20.5 million (2014)|
|Owner||Ohio State University|
Ohio Stadium is an American football stadium in Columbus, Ohio, United States, on the campus of The Ohio State University. It Is also known as the Horseshoe. The Stadium is designed by Howard Dwight Smith. Its construction started in 1913 and completed in 1922. Now it is renovated 6 times, newly in 2014. The construction cost of Ohio Stadium is USD $20.5 million and Operator by Ohio State University.
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More Facts About Ohio Stadium
- The stadium opened in 1922 as a replacement for Ohio Field and had a seating capacity of 66,210.
- Seating capacity gradually increased over the years and reached a total of 91,470 by 1990.
- The stadium was renovated and expanded in several phases, removing the track and raised the capacity to 102,329 in 2007.
- In 2014, luxury suites and additional seating were added to raising the official capacity to 104,944.
- It is the largest stadium by capacity in the state of Ohio and the third-largest on-campus football stadium in the United States.
- Ohio Stadium was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service on March 22, 1974.
- Stadium Circumference is 2,892 ft and 14.5 acres in Acreage.
- Ohio Stadium is also a concert venue, with U2, Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and Metallica among the many more artists.
|May 28, 1988||Pink Floyd||A Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour||$1,260,320|
|May 22, 1992||Genesis||We Can’t Dance Tour||—–|
|May 29, 1994||Pink Floyd||The Division Bell Tour||$2,406,920|
|August 6, 1994||Billy Joel|
|Face to Face 1994||$2,710,335|
|May 24, 1997||U2||PopMart Tour||$2,246,977|
|September 27, 1997||The Rolling Stones||Bridges to Babylon Tour||$3,553,069|
|May 9, 1998||George Strait||George Strait Country Music Festival||$2,773,080|
|July 19, 2003||Metallica||Summer Sanitarium Tour 2003||—–|
|May 30, 2015||The Rolling Stones||Zip Code Tour||$7,911,843|
|June 20, 2015||Blake Shelton||Buckeye Country Superfest||—–|
|August 18, 2015||One Direction||On the Road Again Tour||$2,492,794|
|June 19, 2016||Florida Georgia Line||Buckeye Country Superfest||—–|
|July 7, 2018||Taylor Swift||Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour||$6,606,529|
|August 16, 2018||Beyoncé|
|On the Run II Tour||$3,142,160|