Home to five major pro sports teams and a host of music and theater venues, there’s something for every type of fan in North Texas’ biggest city. Sports junkies will want to visit one of the biggest stadiums in the country, AT&T Stadium, which is sometimes referred to as “Jerry World” after the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. If football isn’t your thing, a Dallas Mavericks NBA or Dallas Stars NHL game at American Airlines Center are popular choices; in the summer, it doesn’t get much better than a day at Globe Life Park in Arlington watching the Texas Rangers. For fans of the college game, Southern Methodist (SMU) Football at Gerald J. Ford Stadium and the Cotton Bowl Classic game at AT&T are consistent favorites. Music lovers have a variety of options: the Gexa Energy Pavilion, House of Blues Dallas, and Southside Ballroom all attract top notch performances. While Theatre Row on Elm Street, the city's historic entertainment center, doesn’t contain as many venues as it once did, the Majestic Theatre is a Dallas Landmark and still hosts a variety of performing arts. In addition, the Arts District features the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which was built in 2009.