The NFL’s first live music venue will open on Saturday in Miami with the opening of a baby sound bar, which will be the first of its kind in the league.
The sound bar will feature a baby, foosball, crib and a pool table.
The venue is expected to draw in as many as 30,000 people, according to the NFL.
The Miami Dolphins announced the news at a news conference on Saturday.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he believes the baby sound will be a hit with fans.
“The kids love to go in there, they love to hang out, and I think they’re gonna love it,” Ross said.
The Dolphins will host two pregame shows on Sunday, a pregame show featuring Joe Buck, who is also the Dolphins’ vice president of football operations.
Buck is the first NFL head coach to host a pre-game show, having served as the team’s defensive coordinator for the previous two seasons.
Ross also said he’s excited about the new venue.
“I’m excited about what this means for the Miami Dolphins, and also for the football team,” he said.
Miami Dolphins owner and general manager Jeff Ireland said the baby bar will provide a place for fans to have their own personal space, as well as a place to bring their dogs and other pets.
“It’s an open-air space, so it’s not like you’re confined in a stadium,” he told reporters.
Dolphins owner Joe Buck announced in December that he would open a baby bar in his team’s new stadium, and he has been trying to attract the Dolphins to the area for years.”
You can sit and have your own private moment, it’s just a place you can relax in.”
Dolphins owner Joe Buck announced in December that he would open a baby bar in his team’s new stadium, and he has been trying to attract the Dolphins to the area for years.