"Elevation:" U2 makes Jerry Jones rise to the occasion
Bono is a powerful man. Even Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones knows he had to accommodate the lead singer of U2.
In order for U2 to perform at Cowboys Stadium on Oct. 12, the world’s largest video screens that hang in the middle of facility have to be raised to accommodate a stage that includes “The Claw,” which is 164 feet high.
But will Jones raise the screens to accommodate the NFL?
Though soccer players and NFL punters have easily kicked balls off the bottom of the video structure, the screens will remain their current height of 90 feet (5 feet higher than the league requirement) until further notice.
Excuse me, but why all the debate on raising the screens?
Wouldn’t raising the video boards give the people in the cheap seats a more optimum view?
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