Orlando’s Camping World Stadium will play host to the NFL preseason game between the Miami Dolphins and the Atlanta Falcons on August 25 at 8 pm. This is the first neutral-site, preseason game that the NFL has held in Orlando in almost 20 years. The game will be played during week three of the preseason to celebrate Play Football Month. Tickets are on sale now!
Miami Dolphins Host Preseason Game at Camping World Stadium Ticket Information
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For Amway Center box office information, visit amwaycenter.com (phone purchases are not available through the Amway Center box office). The Amway Center is located at 400 West Church Street and the box office is located on the north side of the Amway Center, near the intersection of Church Street and Hughey Avenue.
Camping World Stadium will host four major sporting events in five days, including two Orlando City Soccer matches, August 24 and 28; Dolphins-Falcons game, August 25 and an Orlando Pride women’s soccer match, August 26. The inaugural Camping World Kickoff featuring Florida State and Ole Miss takes place shortly thereafter on September 5.
WrestleMania 33 is coming to Orlando’s Citrus Bowl in 2017…this is not a drill!!!
This morning Florida Governor Rick Scott, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, and the Central Florida Sports Commission we joined by several WWE executives and Superstars to announce that the Orlando Citrus Bowl will host WWE’s pop-culture extravaganza, WrestleMania, on Sunday, April 2, 2017.
“We’re excited to bring this event back to Orlando. Florida set a tourism record by welcoming 105 million visitors in 2015, and WWE will help bring even more visitors to Florida in 2017,” said Florida Governor Rick Scott. “We’re excited WWE once again chose Florida to host WrestleMania.”
WrestleMania is more than just a one-day event; it’s a week-long celebration that will stretch throughout the Orlando region. In addition to WrestleMania, other activities will include: WrestleMania Axxess – WWE’s four-day interactive fan festival at the Orange County Convention Center; the 2017 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Amway Center; Monday Night Rawat the Amway Center; Be a STAR anti-bullying rallies; hospital visits and other community outreach initiatives designed to give back to the host community.
“The city of Orlando is extremely proud to have WrestleMania return to the Citrus Bowl,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “WrestleMania 33 will proudly display to the world the incredible reconstruction that recently went into transforming the iconic Citrus Bowl.”
Orlando beat out dozens of other cities to have the opportunity to host the annual blockbuster event for WWE.
Mayor Teresa Jacobs
“We are delighted that WWE has chosen Central Florida as the host destination for its signature event,” said Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, “The week-long series of events will provide a significant economic boost to our region, while giving visitors a chance to experience Orlando’s world-class attractions.”
WrestleMania 33 is expected to bring over 100,000 visitors from around the world to Orlando for the series of events bringing an estimated $100 million in economic impact for host region.
“Orlando is the home to so many family-friendly, global attractions so it’s only fitting that it once again plays host to WrestleMania,” said WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon. “On behalf of everyone at WWE, thank you Governor Scott, Mayor Dyer, and Mayor Jacobs for bringing WrestleMania back to the Citrus Bowl.”
WWE has already made an investment in the Orlando area as home to the WWE Performance Center, a state-of-the-art training center for future WWE Superstars and with their partnership with Full Sail University where NXT is taped for the WWE Network.
The event will be broadcast live on WWE Network and pay-per-view in more than 180 countries.
If you have never seen the spectacular annual event, you can watch WrestleMania 32 when it takes place Sunday, April 3rd at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on the WWE Network or pay-per-view.
WWE Awards $180,000 in Scholarships to Full Sail University Students
WWE (NYSE: WWE) is pleased to announce it has awarded four $10,000 scholarships to the following Full Sail University students:
Joanne Castillo, a Recording Arts student from San Jose, CA.
Travis Daniels, a Film student from Buford, GA.
Brandon Mojica, a Sports Marketing & Media student from Bronx, NY.
Kas Soloman, a Recording Arts student from Gahanna, OH.
WWE has now awarded 18 scholarships to Full Sail University students, for a total of $180,000 since WWE’s partnership with Full Sail began in May, 2012. These scholarships are applied toward the recipient’s areas of study within the university.
“WWE and Full Sail University have established a partnership built on our mutual desire to nurture and build the next generation of entertainment and media professionals,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Creative & Live Events. “We wish all of today’s scholarship recipients continued success.”
“We are once again proud to stand alongside our valued partners and friends at WWE as we share this incredible announcement of the latest four scholarships awarded to our students,” said Garry Jones, President of Full Sail University. “On behalf of the Full Sail University community, I extend our tremendous thanks to WWE for continuing to recognize the dedication of our students, while congratulating the recent scholarship recipients.”
WWE selected Castillo, Daniels, Mojica, and Soloman to receive these scholarships for exhibiting exceptional professionalism, creative talent and maintaining good academic standing, while shadowing professional WWE staff and crew during the production of NXT® events at Full Sail University.