First Look at Panthers' Proposed Stadium Renovations Revealed

The Panthers have played at Bank of America Stadium since 1996
The Panthers have played at Bank of America Stadium since 1996 / Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The Carolina Panthers revealed the first look at their proposed Bank of America Stadium renovations on Monday, sharing a video on social media to showcase their vision.

Charlotte City Council is weighing a proposal to provide $650 million toward the renovations in exchange for the organization promising to stay in the city for another 20 years.

While this would not entail any construction of a new stadium, the money would instead be used to install upgrades to help craft a more enjoyable gameday experience and allow increased multipurpose use for the building.

Carolina Panthers Reveal First Look at Potential Stadium Renovations

"This is the future of Bank of America Stadium," a narrator explains. "A modernized fan experience featuring a reimagined exterior with a park-like setting, inviting new spaces for the community to gather and celebrate sports, music and the art."

They promise updated, "state-of-the-art" audio and video technology as well as unique social spaces, brand new seats, and redesigned concourses.

"It's a destination that draws marquee events to uptown, attracting visitors from near and far not just on game day, but every day. Welcome to the Crown Jewel of the Queen City," the video concludes.

The stadium looks gorgeous and Carolina residents should be excited about the idea of growing revenue from entertainment. Since David Tapper purchased the team in 2018, the number of annual events has risen from 13 to 40.

City council has periodic meetings throughout June and is expected to vote on the renovation project on June 24.

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