The Miami Dolphins released a new video of the stadium renovations that are nearing completion. The new video takes a tour of the stadium from the view point of a drone flying over the field and around the canopy roof installed this offseason:
This place is amazing. pic.twitter.com/Zv4Mhd1Npq— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) August 11, 2016
The Dolphins are expected to play for the first time in the stadium on September 1, their fourth preseason game of the year. The University of Miami will face Florida A&M in the stadium on September 3.
The stadium, which is awaiting a new naming rights agreement and is currently called “New Miami Stadium,” has undergone a 2-year, $500-million renovation that has included moving the lower bowl closer to the field, replacing every seat in the stadium, adding the canopy roof, replacing the two video boards with four high-definition boards, replacing all the lights shining on the field, and upgrading concession stands within the stadium. Owner Stephen Ross paid for the renovations.