WHAT: Atlanta Falcons (2-0) at Dallas Cowboys (2-0)
WHEN: Sunday, Noon (CST)
WHERE: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
If you're one of the fortunate fans to attend Sunday's game, here are some other things to look for before, during and after the game.
Event Timeline (CST)
8 am - AT&T Stadium Parking Lots Open
9 am - Miller Lite and AT&T Plazas Open - Game Ticket Required for Entry
10 am - AT&T Stadium Entrances Open
Noon - Kickoff
- The Cowboys will honor Hispanic Heritage Month will several pregame festivities. A giant piñata with over 150 pounds of candy highlights the AT&T East Plaza before the game, along with Sebastian De La Cruz – the little Mariachi.
- Also on the AT&T East Plaza: DJ MOXIE; Performances by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders; Rhythm & Blue Dancers and Drum Line; ballet folkorico dancers; Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumni Autographs.
- On the Miller Lite West Plaza: Performances by the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders; Rhythm & Blue Dancers and Drum Line; ballet folkorico dancers; Mariachi band; Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumni Autographs.
- AT&T Plaza Kids Zone: Includes Zip Line; Rock Climbing Wall; Inflatable Games; Face Painters; Balloon Artists and more.
- The University of Arkansas marching band will perform the halftime entertainment. The Arkansas band will stay overnight in the area following the school's matchup with Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium Saturday night.
- The national anthem will again be performed by Freddie Jones, the official trumpeter of the Cowboys.
- After the game in the Miller Lite Corral, two hours of entertainment will include a concert by Bart Crow, presented by Miller Lite.
- Fans are reminded to remember the NFL's bag policy (http://www.dallascowboys.com/bags/), which will be in effect Sunday night and at every Cowboys home game this season. Only hand-held purses will be allowed into the stadium, along with clear plastic tote bags that do not exceed 12"x6"x12" inches. Items such as backpacks, coolers, large purses, camera bags, diaper bags, fanny packs and seat cushions are not allowed into the stadium under the new NFL safety rules.