AT&T Stadium (Cowboys Stadium)

Section 301 at AT&T Stadium


AT&T Stadium Section 301 View

Section 301 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 301 are labeled 1-17
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 9
  • When looking towards the field/field/stage, lower number seats are on the right

For Concerts, Section 301 May Have a Limited View

301 is behind the stage or to the side of the stage for most concerts. This may restrict or limit your view of the performance.

For more information about the stage setup for your show, find your event.

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 301 Reviews

    • Mezzanine Corner (Football)


      Third tier up from the playing field and angled between the sidelines and endzones. Seating in the 300 Level corner gives fans a good vantage point of the near endzone and scoring plays without being on the upper most level of the stadium. Corner seating here also provides fans with great views of both the sideline and endzone video boards, making these a great option for fans that love watching replays on the big screen. Most sections in the 300 Level Corner location contain 17 rows of seating (with row 1 being closest to the front). Section 328 offers 14 rows of seating with Row 7 being designated for handicap access. 

    • Mezzanine Level


      The 300 Level at AT&T Stadium is also known as the Mezzanine Level. This includes corner sections but does not include the side sections are commonly referred to as Silver Level Seats. Mezzanine Level sections are a good alternative to for fans who want to avoid the higher ticket prices of club seats. Each of these sections has roughly 17 rows of seats with row 1 at the front and the section entrance near the middle row. For football games these seats have a corner view that provides comfortable sitelines to the entire field. The view is far superior to that from upper deck sections. The Mezzanine Level and Upper Deck are separated by the Suite Level which pushes the 400 level up much higher than the 300 level. For concerts, sections on the east end are usually behind the stage and aren't sold. Meanwhile, those on the west end (e.g.: 316-30) are across the field from the stage and aren't known for having the best views. For those hoping to get a glimpse of the main videoboard, corner sections closer to the sideline will still have a good view of the expansive screen. Those nearer to the endzone can still see the big board, but the view isn't ideal.  

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