The Aug. 27 opening of The Star in Frisco is expected to be a big celebration for high school football. Expect announcements in the coming weeks on entertainment.
“We hope that everybody will have a chance to come out and not only be a part of the game but be a part of the atmosphere that surrounds the game,” said Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys’ executive vice president and chief brand officer.
Ticket sales are now available. The night will include a quadruple header among Frisco ISD’s eight varsity football teams. The games will be split into two sessions. You can buy tickets for one or both. Get them soon though, the stadium has 12,000 seats and will sell out fast.
Frisco ISD families and staff have been able to purchase tickets since early June and almost 10,000 tickets have been sold as of Monday.
“This is the hottest ticket in town,” Frisco Superintendent Jeremy Lyon said in a news release.
The games will be played inside the air-conditioned Ford Center at The Star, which features a 510,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility.
The giant video board outside the Ford Center at The Star will be activatedso fans can watch outside as well.
The four football games will be divided into two sessions. The stadium will be emptied between games two and three. Tickets for each session are $12 for adults and $6 for students.