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Life In Color will return to Sun Life Stadium on Jan. 16. After covering the far reaches of the planet in paint with their “Big Bang – The Creation of Color” 2015 world tour which is hitting over 60 countries this year, Life in Color announces the return of their flagship Miami festival for January 16 at Sun Life Stadium. Life In Color today also released an after movie of last year’s LIC Miami festival that brought in over 50,000 attendees and dumped over 20,000 gallons of paint on partiers featuring the likes of Kaskade, Diplo, Carnage, Madeon, Deorro, and tons more.
The Modernization of Sun Life Stadium is underway. When complete in 2017, Sun Life Stadium will be a first-class facility, which will bring Super Bowls, College Championships, international soccer and concerts to South Florida for decades to come. New features will include: Open air canopy to provide shade/cover Brand new seats in the entire stadium Completely renovated concourses and concessions, Brand new suites Several brand new/unique seating & club options for fans, businesses and families 4 new high-definition video boards in each corner of the stadium The stadium will be modernized in two phases, in a manner that will not impact any football games.
Monster Jam returns to Sun Life Stadium tonight at 7 p.m. The 2015 Monster Jam will feature: Grave Digger® driven by Pablo Huffaker, Backwards Bob®, Max-D driven by Tom Meents, El Diablo driven by JP Ruggiero, Scooby-Doo™ driven by Nicole Johnson, El Toro Loco® driven by Lupe Soza, Grave Digger the Legend® driven by Adam Anderson, Soldier Fortune driven by Chad Fortune, Higher Education driven by Jim Tracey, Black Stallion® driven by Matt Cody, Razin Kane driven by Buddy Thompkins, Ice Cream Man driven by Roy Pridgeon, The Xtermigator driven by JR McNeal, Jester driven by Matt Pagliarulo, Predator®, Prowler® , Monster Mutt® Rottweiler driven by Mike Vaters, Overkill Evolution driven by Mike Vaters Jr., Gunslinger® driven by Scott Hartsock and more!
Mississippi State (No. 7) and Georgia Tech. (No. 12) meet at Sun Life Stadium tonight to face off in the 2014 Capital One Orange Bowl. Below is the game day timeline for Dec. 31: 2:30 p.m. – All parking lots open to public 3:00 p.m. – Capital One Orange Bowl Fan Fest opens (Gate G) 6:00 p.m. – Stadium gates open to public 7:55 p.m. – National Anthem by Christina Grimmie 8:10 p.m. – Kickoff Halftime Show – Little Big Town Ticketing 9 a.m.
Mississippi State (No. 7) and Georgia Tech. (No. 12) will meet at Sun Life Stadium on Dec. 31 to face off in the 2014 Capital One Orange Bowl. Georgia Tech from the Atlantic Coast Conference secured a reputation of one of the best rushing offenses in college football this season. Quarterback Justin Thomas leads an offense ranked third nationally in rushing yards (333.6 ypg) and first in third down efficiency (57%). Thomas is ranked fourth in the nation among quarterbacks with 965 rushing yards and 17 passing touchdowns.
Your Miami Dolphins face off against our storied rivals, the New York Jets, on our home turf at Sun Life Stadium this Sunday! Our last regular season game of 2014 is our Fan Appreciation game sponsored by Publix, where we recognize our passionate fanbase for your continued support. We would like to provide you with a parking update for your commute to Sunday’s game: East parking will decrease in preparation of Cirque Du Soleil and west parking will decrease in preparation of Life in Color.
Your Miami Dolphins return to our home turf this Sunday as we take on the Minnesota Vikings at Sun Life Stadium. Our alumni game will honor Dolphins legends, and history will be made at halftime as we induct defensive tackle Manny Fernandez, a member of the 1972 Perfect Season team, into the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll. We would like to provide you with a parking update for your commute to Sunday’s game: East parking will decrease in preparation of Cirque Du Soleil and west parking will decrease in preparation of Life in Color.