The Summer Truckin Nationals is back again for another hot show this year. It’s an incredible event that is open to lifted and lowered trucks, Jeeps, SXS, and Custom Golf Carts to compete for top prizes from all over the USA & Canada. It’s a chance to see the hottest trucks and vehicles in a variety of events and showcases that will leave you ready for more. And this year will feature some of the most fun Summer Truckin has ever had.
This includes a concert on Friday & Saturday Night featuring several of the world’s top performing Artists hosted by Summer Truckin Nationals. And let’s not forget the variety of vendors for merch that will satisfy your craving for the best that AT&T Stadium has to offer. And these vendors have special event pricing that you won’t find anywhere else as well as a variety of top builders from all sides of the country. And these builders are coming out to AT&T Stadium to show off their incredible skills and remind why Summer Truckin Nationals is the greatest time of the year for truck fans.
And if you’re hungry, then don’t worry, because the event will have a world-class Food Truck Court that features some of the finest fare DFW has to offer. Which means you can fill up your tank while you’re checking out the best trucks, carts, jeeps, and other big vehicles in the world all under one roof.
So don’t miss out on Summer Truckin Nationals. Because this year is going to be bigger than any event that has ever come before!
About Dallas Stadium
AT&T Stadium, once known as Cowboys Stadium, is an incredible retractable roof stadium in Arlington, Texas. It is the current home for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL) and was first completed on May 27, 2009. Since then it has also served as the home of the Cotton Bowl Classic and the BIg 12 Championship Game. It was built to replace Texas Stadium which was the Cowboys’ former home from 1971 to the 2008 season.
The venue is owned by the city of Arlington and has also been used for a variety of other events, including concerts, basketball games, soccer, college and highschool football contests, rodeos, motocross, Spartan Races, professional wrestling, and of course, the Summer Truckin Nationals.
Despite its name, several fans refer to the venue as “Jerry World” after Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who originally saw the venue as a large entertainment venue. Which likely explains how it’s used for so many purposes.
It can provide seating for 80,000 spectators for most events, but can be configured to seat up to 100,000 spectators, which gives it the distinction of being the largest stadium in the NFL by seating capacity.
This extra space is made possible by the Party Pass sections behind the seats in the end zones, which are positioned on a series of elevated platforms connected by stairways.
To date, the venue’s record attendance for an NFL regular season game was in 2009, when 105,121 visitors came to watch the game.
ania 32 on April 3, 2016, which was the third WrestleMania event to ever be hosted in Texas.